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Editor's Note: Five students from the TU Costa 5 Rivers Outreach Program have embarked on a once-in a-lifetime journey in pursuit of 18 native trout species, all on public lands. With support from the U.S. Forest Service, Costa Sunglasses, Simms Fishing Products, Fishpond and Post Fly Box, these [ READ MORE... ]
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A rancher’s vision of home waters By Randy Scholfield Home waters. For Colorado rancher Paul Bruchez, the phrase means more than a favorite local fishing stretch, although that’s part of it. His home waters encompass a larger vision of waters that bind a community, and a way of life. He’s spent [ READ MORE... ]
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Krumweide point-of-diversion, Salt Creek, Rogue River watershed, Oregon. Photo Brian Barr/RRWC By Chrysten Lambert Southern Oregon is an angler’s paradise. Here, we are blessed with multiple species of game fish—native redband trout, steelhead and salmon primary among them. As in many other parts [ READ MORE... ]
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Cottonwood Creek flume.  So how is Trout Unlimited doing with its collaborative, pragmatic approach to conservation? Look no further than the latest round of the Bureau of Reclamation’s WaterSmart grants, which recognize innovative, cooperative efforts to improve watershed health. Trout Unlimited’s [ READ MORE... ]
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Maybe you’re already planning to attend the Trout Unlimited Annual Meeting in Roanoke, VA in September. You should be – it’s going to be great. And while you’re there, you must – repeat: MUST – visit Mossy Creek Fly Fishing in Harrisonburg, VA.  Brian & Colby Trow are twin brothers who opened [ READ MORE... ]
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An excavator begins work on removing the Hughesville Dam on the Musconecetcong River in New Jersey By Cole Baldino The American shad has been a staple of the eastern United States, especially the Delaware River, since early colonization. Some say those fish are part of the reason America is the way [ READ MORE... ]
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It’s been a rough spring for a lot of fly anglers in the interior West. It was winter until not very long ago, and now that epic snowpack is melting. The meadows at our home place are under anywhere from a few inches to several feet of water. All the places we like to fish are blown out, and they’ [ READ MORE... ]
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A Bear River cutthroat landed at Bear Lake in Utah. Courtesy Paul Thompson/Utah DWR. By Brett Prettyman As a kid my boundaries were marked by street names. Pinehill Drive. Arrowhead Lane. Vine Street. State Street. The borders eventually expanded to counties, forests, states and countries. While [ READ MORE... ]
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An angler boasts an 80-pound Kenai River king. These fish are becoming much more rare thanks a number of factors in the drainage. Wikipedia file photo. Many have heard about declining king salmon stocks throughout Alaska in recent years. The world-renowned Kenai River has also seen a decline in [ READ MORE... ]
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Editor's Note: Five students from the TU Costa 5 Rivers Outreach Program have embarked on a once-in a-lifetime journey in pursuit of 16 native trout species, all on public lands. With support from the U.S. Forest Service, Costa Sunglasses, Simms Fishing Products, Fishpond and Post Fly Box, these [ READ MORE... ]
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