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As my friend Bill Hilts Jr. says in this piece about a 31-pound brown trout caught on the Niagara River, "things happen for a reason." This is a fish of a lifetime, and after you read the piece, you'll understand exactly what I mean. The human spirit, for all its frailties, is good. This proves it [ READ MORE... ]
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Keeping a fish in the water is one of the simpliest ways to better its chances of surviving. Brett Prettyman photo. By Brett Prettyman Catch and release fishing does not always end with another angler experiencing the thrill of landing a fish you let go with good intentions. Some fish will perish [ READ MORE... ]
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Fighting fires is expensive and the U.S. Forest Service is responsible for the bulk of funding the growing number of fire events each year. Photo courtesy U.S. Forest Service By Andy Rasmussen Wildfires do more than consume forests and turn rivers black. Fighting fires is dangerous and expensive— [ READ MORE... ]
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By Randy Scholfield Is there anything worse than tangles? They happen so suddenly, and advance so diabolically, just when things seem to be going so right with our fishing day. An all-too-common scenario: I come upon an inviting stretch of water, with a sudden rise or hatch breaking out all around [ READ MORE... ]
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Jillian Lukiwski backpacking and fishing in Idaho's Sawtooth mountain range near Stanley, Idaho. Josh Duplechian/Trout Unlimited By Michael Gibson Significant cuts are being proposed to federal programs that benefit sportsmen and healthy habitat. But in Idaho, sportsmen successfully lobbied to [ READ MORE... ]
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Steve MacMillian spends countless hours traveling to fish for native cutthroat trout in Nevada. Outside Online picture. Is Steve MacMillan the ultimate citizen scientist? We think he is a leading candidate at the very least, but we might be a little biased. Watch this video of Steve exploring the [ READ MORE... ]
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By April Brown Perspective—it is everything. Last week I gained some of it, by joining other members of TU’s Shasta Trinity Cascades Chapter in helping to rescue fish stranded when the lower Sacramento River dropped rapidly after weeks of unusually high releases out of Keswick Dam. Action News [ READ MORE... ]
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Not long ago, I read that the average American kid spends about seven hours a day in front of a screen of some type, but only about seven minutes a day outside. As a parent and a grandparent, those numbers sent a chill through me. If kids aren’t outside, how can we expect them to be the anglers of [ READ MORE... ]
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Bob Russell, owner of the Butte Creek Mill and savior of salmon and steelhead.   By Chrysten Lambert On Christmas Day, 2015 tragedy struck the historic Butte Creek Mill when it burned to the ground. The flour mill, which is located on the banks of Little Butte Creek, was the only remaining hydro- [ READ MORE... ]
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By Ryan McSparran, Anglers All Content Writer and Shop Sales Winter fly fishing opportunities abound for those brave enough to seize them. Here at Anglers All, we’re fortunate to have some of those opportunities right here in our backyard. Thanks to the help of TU and others, improvement projects  [ READ MORE... ]
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