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The 11-Mile Challenge began in April. Since then, people from all over the country have been adding their names to a list of committed anglers ready to take on the Challenge. These 80 anglers were asked to track their miles and their time spent wade fishing over eight months and then tell us about [ READ MORE... ]
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TU Southeast Conservation Project's second culvert removal on Buck Creek in the Nantahala NF is complete thanks to a collaborative effort with our partners the NC Wildlife Resources Commission and USFS. We think the brookies and salamanders will agree - this aquatic passage project was a huge [ READ MORE... ]
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Almost immediately, native brook trout moved into the plastic-lined diversion stream. One expedient brookie was often seen feeding on surface insects during even busy construction periods. By Damon Hearne The brook trout of Buck Creek are ready to move. In fact, down right impatient may be an [ READ MORE... ]
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A midge-cripple tandem provided the best action for Taylor Calloway during a June excursion on Virginia's Middle Fork of the Holston River. (Photo courtesy of Taylor Calloway.) By Taylor Calloway I haven't been able to accomplish a lot in TU's 11-Mile Challenge, but I was able to get out on the [ READ MORE... ]
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Whirling disease has been detected in the Watauga River in North Carolina. The following article provides good information on the status of the discovery.  If you are fishing these waters, be especially careful to clean and dry your fishing gear and avoid moving fish, fish parts, plants, or water [ READ MORE... ]
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Video of #somestreamerchick episode 6: The 11-Mile Challenge By Abbi Bagwell Have you ever walked 11 miles? Driven 11 miles? I mean, realistically, it would probably take me a full day (maybe a little longer?) to walk 11 miles, but probably less than seven minutes to drive it. (Shhhh! Don’t [ READ MORE... ]
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Paul Scheponik of Winston-Salem caught this great rainbow trout during an April trip to the special trophy trout section of the Ravens Fork. (Photo courtesy of Paul Scheponik)   By Mark Taylor The 11-Mile Challenge has its first 11-miler. Paul Scheponik of Winston-Salem sent in his log sheet [ READ MORE... ]
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An evening trek over .82 miles of Virginia mountain trout water produced a handful of brook trout for TU's Mark Taylor on the first leg of his quest to complete TU's 11-Mile Challenge. By Mark Taylor Eleven miles. It doesn’t sound like a lot. Until you step into a small trout stream in the southern [ READ MORE... ]
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Trout Unlimited’s 11-mile challenge We can re-connect 11 miles of Southern Appalachian trout stream, but can you fish 11 stream miles in a season? *REGISTER HERE* Trout Unlimited’s Southeast Conservation Project will reconnect 11 miles of native brook trout stream in the Southern Appalachians this [ READ MORE... ]
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The Southeast Conservation Project is addressing the issue of stream fragmentation head on by using the best methods available to reconnect native trout streams. We address two of the most critical threats to aquatic populations in the region: 1) small population size (or ‘patch size’) due to [ READ MORE... ]
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