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Maggie Creek Ranch manager John Griggs receiving the Environmental Stewardship Award during the Cattle Industry Convention. Photo courtesy of the Cattle Industry Convention. By Brett Prettyman A long time Trout Unlimited partner in conservation was recently honored during the Cattle Industry [ READ MORE... ]
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"Legislative Alert - please call or email today!" There's a potential vote of HB2467 tomorrow if our voices are heard - this will introduce necessary regulations to protect spawning and rearing habitat for protected headwaters fish species from suction dredge mining. Currently, there are few [ READ MORE... ]
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Browns Canyon: Monumental  By Randy Scholfield Teddy Roosevelt is spinning in his grave. President Roosevelt was the conservative driving force behind passage of the Antiquities Act, which gave Congress and the president the authority to create new national monuments. Roosevelt loved our national [ READ MORE... ]
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We left home in the inky black of a December morning, and headed north as snow skittered across the deserted highway. The truck said the outside temperature was -8 degrees F. We could only guess at the windchill. Cold. Biting, gnawing cold. I’ve come to love these late season whitetail hunts, but [ READ MORE... ]
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Native Yellowstone cutthroat trout like this one are threatened by the presence of introduced lake trout in Yellowstone Lake. Dave Sweet photo By Dave Sweet and Brett Prettyman Dick Crysdale is putting money where his memories are: great fishing for native cutthroat trout on Yellowstone Lake. [ READ MORE... ]
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By Randy Scholfield (Santa Fe) -- Hundreds of sportsmen and conservationists, businesses and community leaders, tribal members and young people crowded into the New Mexico state Capitol last week to show their support for public lands and to oppose efforts by fringe groups like the Bundy clan to [ READ MORE... ]
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Hunting quail in the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument: This land is your land. By Corey Fisher Here in the vast expanse of Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument in southern New Mexico, you get a sense of what public lands mean to sportsmen. For the past few days, I’ve been [ READ MORE... ]
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Helping landowners find money to make improvements on watering facilities benefits not only the local environment, but also everything downstream. Photo by Cory Toye. By Cory Toye Lyrics of the Credence Clearwater Revival song “Green River” serve as a sort of fight song for Trout Unlimited staffers [ READ MORE... ]
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by Chris Hunt The infamous CuttyRainBrown is the unicorn of the fly fishing world. The coldwater sasquatch, as it were. America's Loch Ness Monster. The fishy chupacabra.  Rumors of the fish persist. Never has one been brought to hand. Sure, friends of friends who know a guy who saw a dude catch [ READ MORE... ]
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By Chris Wood At the heart of Trout Unlimited is the idea that we can exercise our First Amendment right to call on the government to take better care of the lands and waters that sustain this nation, including our trout and salmon resources. There is a right way to do that, and a wrong way to do [ READ MORE... ]
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