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Do you love guessing games? I’ll admit I do. My love of guessing games might have been renewed because of my kids addiction to them recently. Our bookshelves are haphazardly lined with all sorts of guessing games and books. I’ve gone so far as to try to guess rivers while flipping through pages in [ READ MORE... ]
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By Colin Lawson The New England Culvert Program had a very successful 2016 field season completing over 10 restoration projects across Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont. Our team of three full-time and eight seasonal staff reconnected more than 17 miles of upstream brook trout habitat, [ READ MORE... ]
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Twin Bridges, Mont.– it’s not your average fishing town. And Four Rivers Fishing Company is not your average fly shop. It’s a 50-year-old institution that has been the headquarters for phenomenal trout fishing. This is an authentic Montana-style fly shop. That means that the people who work here [ READ MORE... ]
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Paul Burnett, wearing the white hard hat, celebrates with Utah Division of Wildlife workers and volunteers after completing a 385-foot fish ladder through a concrete culvert to allow migratory cutthroat to return to headwaters they had been cut off from for more than 40 years. Brett Prettyman photo [ READ MORE... ]
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by Franklin Tate, Headwaters Youth Program Director The sixth annual TU Teen Summit will be held on the TU “Holy Waters” of the Au Sable in June 2017, with twenty five teen leaders from around the country converging for four days of planning, learning, fishing, and fun. TU’s Headwaters youth staff [ READ MORE... ]
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World-record spotted bass. Photo courtesy Everyday Adventures. If you want to catch the world's largest spotted bass, there's a reservoir in California you need to put on you list. The last two world-record bucketmouths came from New Bullards Bar Reservoir, with the last likely record weighing a [ READ MORE... ]
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By Michael Gibson Idahoans of all stripes descended on the Idaho Statehouse steps en masse on Saturday to show their support for keeping public lands in public hands.   Touted as the “largest public lands rally in the West,” nearly 3,000 public landowners braved a rainy, blustery morning to let [ READ MORE... ]
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Cameron Hunt cradles a big mirror carp from the Minidoka National Wildlife Refuge in Idaho. By Chris Hunt My conservation mentor is a hunter who occasionally fishes. I, on the other hand, am a fisher who will tote a gun around looking for birds on occasion. Both of us have had the same conservation [ READ MORE... ]
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The end of great day of ice fishing on the St. Louis River in Duluth, Minnesota. Brett Prettyman photo. By Brett Prettyman DULUTH, Minnesota — You learn a lot about someone while sharing a space the size of a row of three airplane seats for eight hours. Add fishing chatter to the mix, particularly [ READ MORE... ]
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The Kenai River, One of a Kind For both fisherman and outdoorsman alike, the Kenai River has everything to offer.  World-class fishing, breathtaking scenery, and an abundance of wildlife make it truly one of the finest outdoor destinations in the United States. Kenai River Trout fishing is world [ READ MORE... ]
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