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Special thanks to Carolyn Thomas, a middle school science teacher at Wildwood Middle School in Shenandoah Junction, WV for today's video. Her students worked with staff and volunteers at the National Conservation Training Center outside of Shepherdstown, WV, on this project, and they have a long [ READ MORE... ]
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By Jack Bombardier Most anglers put their rods away once the snow starts to fall, and break out their skis or retreat to the tying bench. But a new tool has emerged over the past few years which has to potential to revolutionize the way we think about fishing during the “off season,” and that is [ READ MORE... ]
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Justin Pickett at Gink and Gasoline tackles an interesting phenomenon in the fly fishing world: anglers who abhore the idea of fishing private water for massive trout and aren't shy about trashing those who do. I've seen it here, too. I post a lot of content for TU, both here on the blog and across [ READ MORE... ]
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up·cy·cle (əpˌsīkəl), verb 1. reuse discarded objects or material in such a way as to create a product of a higher quality or value than the original. By Walt Gasson Let’s assume for a moment that you fish. Pretty safe assumption, if you’re reading this. Then let’s assume that you fish from a drift [ READ MORE... ]
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By Walt Gasson OK, show of hands: Who knows Nate Stevane? If you don’t, you should. Everyone knows that you can’t swing a dead cat in Montana, and not hit a fishing outfitter. But not everyone knows Nate Stevane from Trout on the Fly in Butte, Mont. I do, and if you fly fish you should, too. Nate [ READ MORE... ]
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Like many rivers across the West, the Dolores River in southwestern Colorado is on the front lines of climate change impacts. As the climate warms, the river will face lower flows, higher temperatures, and increasing stresses on fish and aquatic life. How can we more effectively address these [ READ MORE... ]
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Dave Freeman with his chosen mode of transportation for the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness in Minnesota. Courtesy Dave Freeman. Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Dave Freeman. He spent a year in the wilds of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness with his wife, Amy, to raise [ READ MORE... ]
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By Chris Wood Last week, I published an opinion piece printed in the New York Times asking President Trump to stand up for clean water, and veto Congress’ bill to overturn restrictions on mountaintop removal mining. Unfortunately, that plea failed, as the President signed the misguided law today. [ READ MORE... ]
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By Tyler Baskfield South Park is a sportsmen’s paradise of elk herds, dream trout streams like the South Platte, and endless recreation possibilities. For Colorado Front Range residents like me, South Park is a vast backyard playground, just a short hour and a half drive from Denver. It’s one of [ READ MORE... ]
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Fly fishing is a great way to find peace. Being on the water, being focused on something so simple yet so complex...as fly anglers we understand this connection. Yet it took me years to understand why my father, a WWII veteran of the South Pacific, so valued fishing in his life. It wasn't about [ READ MORE... ]
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