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Celebrate your public lands: trout caught in Fern Lake, Rocky Mountain National Park Chances are, if you’ve fished for trout in Colorado, you’ve caught many of them on or near public lands. There are so many great places to explore, fish, hike and hunt in Colorado—and many are only accessible [ READ MORE... ]
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By Jeff Florence Not all of Trout Unlimited’s efforts are loud and publicized. In fact, some are quiet and calculated. Many TU efforts don’t generate action alerts or require high level discussions with politicians. Case in point: TU recently succeeded in protecting the Gold Medal waters of the [ READ MORE... ]
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A technician uses an antenna and radio receiver to locate fish in Milk Creek. By Brian Hodge As every TU member knows, salmon and trout depend on a steady supply of cool or cold water to survive. Accordingly, steam temperature serves as a relatively good index or predictor of salmonid habitat. [ READ MORE... ]
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A few weeks ago, the Michigan Council of Trout Unlimited and other partners met in Lovells, Michigan to dedicate a memorial to Art Neumann, the last surviving founder of Trout Unlimited who passed away last year. It was a great day, and Art's kids—TU members in good standing—attended the [ READ MORE... ]
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By Jeff Florence Even by TU standards, the volunteer turnout was impressive: on a recent May morning, more than 50 volunteers from Grand County and the Front Range of Colorado gathered to harvest and replant willows along nearly a mile of the Fraser River. But even more impressive than the show of [ READ MORE... ]
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By Travis Banta It is safe to say we are a fishing family. Grandpa Lee crossed the Madison River to his favorite fishing hole in an old 1940's era Ford pickup. Grandma Margaret hated that bridge because it was essentially a couple of 2x12 boards and she didn’t like guiding the tires of that old [ READ MORE... ]
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by Randy Scholfield Conservation work can be a long, hard slog, so it’s important to celebrate the successes when they come—and this is big: Colorado TU’s years of hard work and negotiations paid off recently with a U.S. Forest Service settlement on Long Draw Reservoir that will launch a major [ READ MORE... ]
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This Bonneville cutthroat represents the first native fish in 50 years to be able to access spawning habitat in the headwaters of Strawberry Creek, a tributary to the Weber River in Northern Utah. Paul Burnett photo. By Paul Burnett For the first time in 50 years, Bonneville cutthroat trout in [ READ MORE... ]
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Native fish like the Gila trout pictured here can use support in political circles as much as in their rivers. Greg McReynolds/Trout Unlimited By Randy Scholfield Why don’t people care more about conservation and trout? And what can we do to change it? That was the pressing topic that kept coming [ READ MORE... ]
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April Vokey lands a monster taimen. Andrew Burr/Patagonia Can you imagine going on a fishing trip to Mongolia and not knowing what kind of fish you might catch? Photographer Andrew Burr did exactly that. The result was shared on Patagonia’s The Cleanest Line blog. Titled “Notes from a Non-Angler”, [ READ MORE... ]
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