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Kevin Terry (left) and local rancher: working to improve flows.  By Randy Scholfield The Conejos River has always been an undervalued gem among Colorado’s trout rivers—in the upper sections of the river, it’s almost Gold Medal status. But for years, the river has fallen short of its potential [ READ MORE... ]
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A rainbow paints the sky over the Green River on the Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge in Sweetwater County, Wyoming. Photo by Tom Koerner/USFWS. By Tasha Sorensen Wyoming legislators didn’t pay much attention back in November when concerned citizens spent more than two hours opposing a proposed [ READ MORE... ]
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As the California Water Board considers new water quality regulations for suction dredge mining, TU urges anglers to weigh in   People are still mining for gold here in the Golden State, often through small scale operations using machinery to suck water and gravel from streambeds so bits of gold [ READ MORE... ]
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Buy a beer, help TU. Several years back, I got the chance to tour the Upslope Brewing Co. in Boulder, Colo., just as we were negotiating an agreement with the company's top officer, Henry Wood. Upslope, at the time, was on the verge of a big growth spurt, but Wood and his team wanted to make sure, [ READ MORE... ]
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By Chris Wood The one that got away isn’t always a fish. Eighteen years ago, I got a phone call from the forest supervisor of the Rogue-Siskiyou National Forest in southwest Oregon. He wanted President Clinton to use his authority under the Antiquities Act to make a big chunk of the forest a [ READ MORE... ]
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Baldface Creek, Smith River headwaters, OR. Photo: California Department of Fish & Wildlife   Two announcements last week that a region of the country renowned for its salmon and steelhead fishing and biodiversity would be better protected were good news for anglers and native trout [ READ MORE... ]
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Redfish Lake, Sawtooth National Forest, Idaho. Photo by Chris Hunt by Chris Hunt I admit it. I'm biased. I love my home state of Idaho. Home to sprawling sage-brush seas, sky-piercing mountains, old-growth cedar and spruce forests and some of the best trout water on the planet, it's no accident [ READ MORE... ]
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Fly fishing at Cinco Rios, Chile. Photo courtesy of Cinco Rios Lodge.   Want to hit some of the best fishing in the world with kindred spirits? Trout Unlimited, through its Griffith’s Circle giving community, is offering some great options for 2017. They include:   Harrison Homestead, Montana: Two [ READ MORE... ]
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Photo by Walter Hinick, the Ravalli Republic When I first moved to eastern Idaho as a journalist almost 20 years ago, I was assigned a story about the priority the National Park Service was placing on protecting native cutthroat trout. New to the area, I started doing some basic research on the [ READ MORE... ]
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If your TU Chapter or Council has Trout or Salmon in the Classroom programs, please pass on this announcement to teachers and coordinators: Enhance STEAM learning with your TIC/SIC/AaT program by joining the 2017 Trout Quilt Project. Participating classes create 20-30 fabric art squares (on Inkjet [ READ MORE... ]
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