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They say that one of the biggest barriers to recruiting new fly anglers is the intimidation factor. You hear it expressed in lots of ways: “It’s just too complicated!” “You have to learn so much!” “I’ll never be able to do all that!” That’s too bad, because as we all know, fly fishing is simply fun [ READ MORE... ]
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A dozen teenagers enjoyed good fishing, fun instructors and the creation of lifelong memories at the first Stonefly Society TU Youth Camp. By David E. Leta Paradise, Utah — Can you remember the last time you had so much fun fly fishing that stopping to eat or hydrate was a distraction?  How about [ READ MORE... ]
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An ambitious project on Mill Creek, a key tributary to the Russian River, aims to re-open access to 11 miles of prime habitat for Coho salmon and steelhead.   By Sam Davidson It seems counterintuitive to welcome the sight of large bulldozers hard at work in a salmon stream. But on occasion the [ READ MORE... ]
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  By Scott Yates Tens of millions of people in the West depend on the Colorado River. But as we head into another drought year, the Colorado is facing a host of pressures, from drought and warming temperatures to population growth—a perfect storm that threatens our local communities, fish and [ READ MORE... ]
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I hope this spot, overgrown and forgotten, continues to stay a secret.Photos by Tyler Coleman   Day 4 of our Arizona Wild Trout Challenge adventure started early, with the normal morning rituals: taking care of Sebastian, eating breakfast, and packing up camp so we could head to the creek. There [ READ MORE... ]
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Columbus, MT – been there? I thought not. You should go. Why? There are lots of reasons, but the best reasons are Chris Fleck and Stillwater Anglers. First, you need to meet Chris Fleck. After serving worldwide for over 23 years in the Marine Corps infantry, Chris settled in Columbus and soon [ READ MORE... ]
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  By Kate Miller As another wildfire season begins to heat up, the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee will meet Thursday to review comments and take testimony related to a draft legislative proposal aimed at improving resilience in our national forests and easing agency budgets stretched [ READ MORE... ]
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By Jack Williams   The American Fisheries Society just released a peer-reviewed report on the diversity and conservation status of trout in western North America from coastal rainbows in Alaska to undescribed trout in Mexican highlands. More than 20 species and subspecies of trout are covered, [ READ MORE... ]
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I hope this spot, overgrown and forgotten, continues to stay a secret.Photos by Tyler Coleman by Tyler Coleman We ended Day Two with about a four-hour drive to the next destination. After setting up camp in the dark again, we finally got to relax and reflect on the day’s adventure. The next species [ READ MORE... ]
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by Jason Amaro After a two-year hiatus, the Aldo Leopold Kid's Fishing Derby returned to the renovated Lake Roberts in southwestern New Mexico on June 4.  The event was supported by a large coalition of groups, including the Rio Grande Gila Chapter of Trout Unlimited, the U.S. Forest Service-Gila [ READ MORE... ]
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