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By Tim Frahm When steelhead and tractors occupy the same piece of stream, tractors typically win… and steelhead don’t. Sometimes, however, we need to stand up and cheer when we find big excavators, dirt trucks and earth-movers driving up and down in a riverbed.  Such a time is now for the Carmel [ READ MORE... ]
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Delaney Hunt battles a nice Dolly Varden on a clear-water tributary of the Stikine River in Southeast Alaska.   Dear President Obama, In July, I had the opportunity to take my 16-year-old daughter on the fishing trip of a lifetime—we spent the better part of two weeks in Southeast Alaska, chasing [ READ MORE... ]
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Almost immediately, native brook trout moved into the plastic-lined diversion stream. One expedient brookie was often seen feeding on surface insects during even busy construction periods. By Damon Hearne The brook trout of Buck Creek are ready to move. In fact, down right impatient may be an [ READ MORE... ]
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Join us for our monthly meeting to learn more about the strategic goals for 2016, join/form a committee, and meet other members of the Chapter. Here's our plan for 2016 - engage local youth and develop programs to inspire the next generation of conservation leaders, increase our knowledge of " [ READ MORE... ]
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By Jessica Strickland California has the most diverse variety of trout of any state in the continental U.S. There’s a good reason for this: the Golden State has the most varied climate and ecology of any of the Lower 48 states. But since the Gold Rush era a massive amount of cold water habitat in [ READ MORE... ]
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By Jamie Vaughn You don’t often expect to see ‘robotics’ and ‘coldwater conservation’ in the same sentence, but that’s not the case in Michigan’s Rogue River watershed. Some of the Rogue River Home Rivers Initiative’s most dedicated volunteers and river stewards are That ONE – Our Next Engineers – [ READ MORE... ]
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A strong majority of Alaskans would like to see Bristol Bay protected from large-scale mining, according to a new public opinion survey released today by the Benson Strategy Group. Nearly three in four Alaskans surveyed viewed the Pebble mine as risky for Alaska’s fishing industry, while 57 percent [ READ MORE... ]
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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 are [ 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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