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By Randy Scholfield Over the years, the Colorado River at Lees Ferry in Arizona has seen its ups and downs both as a tailwater fishery and destination for anglers. The health of the rainbow trout population has fluctuated widely, which hasn’t been helpful for local guides and businesses that depend [ READ MORE... ]
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America's trout and salmon need cold, clean headwater streams. The new Clean Water Rule protects our nation's headwaters.     We, the nation’s sportsmen and women conservationists, salute the landmark action taken today by the EPA and the Army Corps to implement the Clean Water Rule.   We fish for [ READ MORE... ]
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The new bridge opens up 2.3 miles of high-quality habitat on this important Beaverkill tributary.   By Tracy Brown   Trout Unlimited has completed the Horse Brook Culvert Replacement Project in New York, replacing an antiquated double barrel culvert with a new single span bridge. The culverts were [ READ MORE... ]
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By Randy ScholfieldSome recent news stories about the horrific Animas River spill suggest that “all’s clear” with the health of the river and that the river has returned to pre-event “normal” conditions.Don’t believe it. True, the river and its stellar Gold Medal trout fishery seem to have survived [ READ MORE... ]
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Beautiful wild brook trout such as this attract anglers to spring-fed ponds in Wisconsin's Langdale County. Thirteen properties that contain small trout ponds are among the more than 100 parcels the state is considering selling.   By Mark Taylor   Jim Hauer is not happy.   Nor should he be. Hauer [ READ MORE... ]
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By Sam Davidson There’s a little gambling going on right now in an obscure coastal stream in Mendocino County, California, called Pudding Creek. No one is throwing dice or yanking on a one-armed bandit here. We are talking habitat restoration. And the habitat restoration game always involves a bet [ READ MORE... ]
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Those of us who live here, who grew up here, who have spent any time here, know. Pennsylvania is a special place.  I’m sure many states would lay claim to that sentence. And many states would be right. I guess I’m a bit biased. As I’m learning more and more about our woods and waters, that bias [ READ MORE... ]
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By Joe Norton From the historic log drives of the late 1860s, right up to the 1980s, land use practices have severely impaired the Indian Stream watershed. However, there are a few bright spots. Indian Stream’s numerous small tributaries have largely recovered with pools, riffles, ample instream [ READ MORE... ]
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Tim Bristol is leaving as the director of TU's Alaska program after 10 years.    By Tim Bristol   Dear members and supporters of TU's Alaska Program,   First and foremost, I hope your summer fishing has been fantastic.  Today, I felt the first slight hint of fall in the wind and while that may [ 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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