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by Jeff Florence Thanks to the great work by Trout Unlimited, partners, and members and supporters throughout the state, the Colorado Water Quality Control Commission (WQCC) rejected the proposed temperature standards from the Water Quality Control Division (WQCD). These changes would have allowed [ READ MORE... ]
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The Ogden River in northern Utah is a good example of what can be done to help rivers stretch out and still allow people to enjoy the resource. Officials working on the Spanish Fork River project are using the Ogden as a template. Trout Unlimited photo By Jordan Nielson SPANISH FORK, Utah -- [ READ MORE... ]
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By Elizabeth Russell Trout Unlimited is excited to announce Newmont Mining Corporation as a new and vital supporter of our Colorado Abandoned Mine Restoration Program. These historic mines and their legacy of toxic sediments and draining tunnels pose one of the most widespread—yet least addressed— [ READ MORE... ]
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The US Fish & Wildlife Service has made a determination on a petition to list the Eagle Lake rainbow trout under the federal Endangered Species Act. In a decision announced July 5, the agency found that “listing the ELRT as an endangered or a threatened species throughout all of or a [ READ MORE... ]
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Jesse Kruthaupt explains water leasing project to tour participants.    By Cary Denison Collaboration in water conservation got a shot in the arm last week thanks to the Colorado Foundation for Water Education Gunnison Basin tour. A bus tour can sometimes be an exercise in uncomfortable [ READ MORE... ]
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They say that one of the biggest barriers to recruiting new fly anglers is the intimidation factor. You hear it expressed in lots of ways: “It’s just too complicated!” “You have to learn so much!” “I’ll never be able to do all that!” That’s too bad, because as we all know, fly fishing is simply fun [ READ MORE... ]
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A dozen teenagers enjoyed good fishing, fun instructors and the creation of lifelong memories at the first Stonefly Society TU Youth Camp. By David E. Leta Paradise, Utah — Can you remember the last time you had so much fun fly fishing that stopping to eat or hydrate was a distraction?  How about [ READ MORE... ]
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An ambitious project on Mill Creek, a key tributary to the Russian River, aims to re-open access to 11 miles of prime habitat for Coho salmon and steelhead.   By Sam Davidson It seems counterintuitive to welcome the sight of large bulldozers hard at work in a salmon stream. But on occasion the [ READ MORE... ]
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  By Scott Yates Tens of millions of people in the West depend on the Colorado River. But as we head into another drought year, the Colorado is facing a host of pressures, from drought and warming temperatures to population growth—a perfect storm that threatens our local communities, fish and [ READ MORE... ]
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I hope this spot, overgrown and forgotten, continues to stay a secret.Photos by Tyler Coleman   Day 4 of our Arizona Wild Trout Challenge adventure started early, with the normal morning rituals: taking care of Sebastian, eating breakfast, and packing up camp so we could head to the creek. There [ READ MORE... ]
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