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If you live in the Atlanta area and you love fly fishing, you really need to come on down to The Fly Fishing Show at the Infinite Energy Center. You'll see a host of TU Businesses represented. You can try out the gear, check out some great fly fishing destinations and hang out with people who love [ READ MORE... ]
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By Paul Bruchez The Colorado River runs through the heart of my family’s ranch near Kremmling, where I live and work, so we have firsthand knowledge of the importance of water. Our family’s irrigated meadows and livestock operation depend on it. I’m also a passionate angler and fly-fishing guide [ READ MORE... ]
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(Photo credit: Pat Newell) For those of us who live here, it’s an inconvenient truth: Wyoming’s economy is prone to boom and bust cycles. It’s a great place to live, a perfect place to raise a family and an awesome place to fish. But the fact is that Wyoming rides the energy wave. Most recently, we [ READ MORE... ]
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The North Platte River in Wyoming is often called legendary, the proverbial “Land of the Giants”. It’s cliché to say that any river is legendary, but this one really might be. The North Platte is one of only two major rivers in Wyoming that run south to north. Its freestone stretches start in [ READ MORE... ]
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Kevin Terry (left) and local rancher: working to improve flows.  By Randy Scholfield The Conejos River has always been an undervalued gem among Colorado’s trout rivers—in the upper sections of the river, it’s almost Gold Medal status. But for years, the river has fallen short of its potential [ READ MORE... ]
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A rainbow paints the sky over the Green River on the Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge in Sweetwater County, Wyoming. Photo by Tom Koerner/USFWS. By Tasha Sorensen EDITOR'S NOTE: Within 24 hours of this post Wyoming Senate President Eli Bebout told the Casper Star-Tribune he was killing the bill [ READ MORE... ]
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By Chris Wood The one that got away isn’t always a fish. Eighteen years ago, I got a phone call from the forest supervisor of the Rogue-Siskiyou National Forest in southwest Oregon. He wanted President Clinton to use his authority under the Antiquities Act to make a big chunk of the forest a [ READ MORE... ]
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Twenty-four hours. That is how long it took for the U.S. House of Representatives to pass a resolution to make it easier to sell or transfer America’s public lands. The fight for our public lands started on day one of the 115th Congress. On Tuesday, the House of Representative voted on a rules [ READ MORE... ]
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TU and project partners removed tailings materials that averaged 3 feet in depth and buried the streambank along Lion Creek, a tributary to Clear Creek in Colorado.   By Lauren Duncan In late November 2016, Trout Unlimited’s Abandoned Mine Lands (AML) team wrapped up a successful restoration [ READ MORE... ]
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Back in the 1970s, many of Montana’s great rivers such as the Madison and Clark Fork were in decline, after decades of pollution, damming and drying up streams. Today, Montana’s trout fishing is world class. Partly that’s because back in the 1970s, Montana biologist Dick Vincent found that stocking [ READ MORE... ]
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