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  The Russian River Coho Water Resources Partnership, in which TU is a founding member, has received a Water Quality Stewardship Award from the California North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board "for...efforts to address low flow conditions impacting salmon and steelhead in critical [ READ MORE... ]
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Big, fat Bonneville cutthroat trout today migrate from the mainstem Bear River high into the Wyoming Range to spawn every spring, largely thanks to cooperative work between Trout Unlimited and downstream ranchers who worked to remove migration barriers, leave more water in the stream and made [ READ MORE... ]
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    We all know that quality habitat is the key to quality fishing and hunting. The best habitat is often found in large tracts of undeveloped country with low road densities. Thus it's no surprise that many of our best sporting opportunities in this country are found on public lands. Here's a good [ 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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  The Big Wood River of Idaho is getting a check-up, and recent findings indicate that there are opportunities to improve the river’s health.   Trout Unlimited and the Wood River Land Trust recently began a partnership called the Big Wood Home Rivers Initiative. The goal of the initiative is to [ READ MORE... ]
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TROUT Magazine Editor Kirk Deeter explains his perspective on fly lines and if the color of fly lines matter. The basic idea? Spooky fish are best approached with muted-color fly lines, but sometimes it's just as important for the angler to see the line as it is to keep the line out of fish's line [ 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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By Joel R. Johnson   You may have noticed the explosion of online video and film celebrating flyfishing and conservation lately. An astounding 300 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute! TU corporate partner Orvis' video site THE TUG has over a 1,000 fly fishing films and hundreds of [ 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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