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  TU Angler Science is implementing a very cool new program we are calling "Discover Didymo Distribution" or D3, for short.  The project is kicking off in North Carolina with collaboration between Dr. Brad Taylor, head of the Department of Ecology at North Carolina State University, and the North [ READ MORE... ]
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  TU'ers are taking advantage of some great fall fishing opportunites in the fly fishing for trout capitol of the world, Bozeman, MT.  We have over 80 TU anglers signed up for the Fishing Day on September 28th!  We have reserved a couple of private water creeks for TU Annual Meeting attendees.  [ READ MORE... ]
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The fishing in southwest Montana has been excellent!  We do have some low rivers and have had some warm weather which has prompted Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks to implement some "hoot owl" restrictions on fishing on the lower Madison, Jefferson, lower Gallatin, and Big Hole.  These afternoon [ READ MORE... ]
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We've started up a Group for the 2016 Annual TU Meeting fishing activities. Please join the group and find out all that is going on the AM Hosted Fishing Day and the great fly fishing action that will be available during the Annual Meeting being held in the "trout capitol of the world", Bozeman, MT [ READ MORE... ]
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A prolific, aquatic invasive species first discovered in Michigan last year on the Pere Marquette River near Lake Michigan has now been found in the east branch of the Au Sable River near Grayling. This isn't good news.  NZMS populations are capable of exploding to densities of 500,000 per square [ READ MORE... ]
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Quoted from IN THE STREAM (Michigan Trout Unlimited) http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render?m=1111190834350&ca=656bf5... A monthly newsletter to keep you informed. New Zealand Mud Snails have been discovered in the East Branch of the Au Sable River, just downstream of the Harrietta [ READ MORE... ]
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There may be plenty of fish in the sea, but two fishermen in the Lanaudière region caught what may be the only Asian carp in the St. Lawrence River last week. Pierre Thériault and Gerald Boucher, commercial fisherman from Lanoraie, reeled in the 29-kilogram invasive species on May 27. Is it [ READ MORE... ]
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Important notice regarding NZMS in Lower Feather River   http://www.lakeconews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=45162:regional-invasive-mudsnails-detected-in-lower-feather-river-anglers-and-boaters-urged-to-help-prevent-spread&catid=1:latest&Itemid=197
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Students from Sparta Middle School sift through leaf litter to search for macroinvertabrates that colonized the packs over the past month. By Jamie Vaughn Four weeks have passed and students in the Rogue River watershed are finishing up their leaf pack experiments with Trout Unlimited’s Home Rivers [ READ MORE... ]
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A student works on placing an artificial leaf pack in a Michigan stream. In several weeks they will examine the packs for macroinvertabrates to determine if polution is affecting the stream.  By Jamie Vaughn Trout Unlimited’s Home Rivers Initiative in Michigan is continuing to train young [ READ MORE... ]
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