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Fire and Steel
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The Soberanes Fire on California’s central coast offers some lessonsfor protecting and restoring steelhead habitat before and during wildfires   By Tim Frahm California’s central coast is world renowned for its rugged, scenic beauty. But relatively few know of the technical steelhead angling found [ READ MORE... ]
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In western Colorado, everything depends on water—ranches and farms, communities and businesses, fish and wildlife. For several years, TU’s Cary Denison has been working in the Gunnison River valley with local agriculture producers to improve water management in ways that benefit farm operations as [ READ MORE... ]
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Everyone knows and loves the connections that are formed around an open fire. That part of human nature goes way back to our beginnings, and we celebrate it every time we gather around a campfire. The celebration really takes off in the art and science of cooking over an open fire – from hot dogs [ READ MORE... ]
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Gunnison Energy agreed to support legislation that will protect the Thompson Divide area in Colorado. By Shane Cross The oil and gas industry is hurting right now. Some folks are trying to kick it when it is down. At Trout Unlimited, we understand that many folks in the oil and gas industry are [ READ MORE... ]
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  By Jesse Kruthaupt I don’t know how many people out there have tried to persuade a farmer or rancher to turn off his irrigation water and lived to tell about it. I have—and I can tell you it’s really not an easy conversation. Nevertheless, these conversations are happening more and more across [ READ MORE... ]
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  In 2012, the U.S. Forest Service adopted new rules guiding management planning for the nation’s national forests and grasslands. Three national forests in California—the Sierra, Sequoia, and Inyo—were among a handful of national forest units nationwide to put the new planning rules into effect. [ READ MORE... ]
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Dylan is pictured above with his "monster rainbow" he caught at Georgetown Lake.   By Dylan Philipson   I no longer judge a fishing trip by the size or amount of fish I catch. I value flyfishing more for the beautiful places I visit to fish, and the amazing adventures to be found at the tip of my [ READ MORE... ]
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The 5th Annual TU Teen Summit was held ner Missoula, Montana in 2016. By Franklin Tate Indulge me as I borrow a page right out of David Letterman’s Late Night playbook and come up with 5-plus-5 of the Headwaters Program’s shiniest stars.  Nearly every working stiff has been asked the question, “ [ READ MORE... ]
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TU Science staff Dan Dauwalter, Kurt Fesenmyer, Tucker Porter (BLM), and John Walrath electrofishing in Goose Creek. By Dan Dauwalter Habitat complexity and diversity are characteristics of healthy streams. Yellowstone cutthroat trout and other native trout species have been shown to be more [ READ MORE... ]
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The Colorado River cutthroat is one of the four subspecies of cutthroat anglers need to catch to achieve the Utah Cutthroat Slam. By Mark Hutchings The last cutthroat was the easiest – and the second smallest -- of the four qualifying fish.  “I’m done; that was fast,” I shouted to Bruiser, my [ READ MORE... ]
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