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TU’s strategic emphasis on building partnerships to better protect and restore native trout and salmon populations and their habitat delivers another major conservation win in California.   In his 1945 novel Cannery Row, John Steinbeck called the Carmel River, on California’s central coast, “a [ READ MORE... ]
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by Randy Scholfield  Colorado rivers are on a roll of bad luck.   I thought I had seen everything last year when the Gold King Mine blew out and spewed mustard-colored toxic sludge into the headwaters of the Animas River here in Colorado. Thankfully, no fish in the Animas' Gold Medal waters were [ READ MORE... ]
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Jack Williams, TU senior scientist, addresses the conference.  by Randy Scholfield They are survivors -- Gila, Apache, and Rio Grande cutthroat trout, natives that have survived in the rugged high mountain streams of Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado for tens of thousands of years. But today, these [ READ MORE... ]
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A remote controlled underwater robot could film features and collect samples in the depths of Yellowstone Lake making efforts to control invasive lake trout more productive. By Jack Williams Trout Unlimited and its partners utilize a variety of methods in attempts to restore Yellowstone cutthroat [ READ MORE... ]
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By Jamie Vaughan Creative Technologies Academy (CTA) students are working with Trout Unlimited this week to analyze their local water resources. The high school, located within the Rogue River watershed in Cedar Springs, Mich., boasts a coldwater trout stream in its backyard. Science teacher James [ READ MORE... ]
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The Klamath River is one of America’s best salmon and steelhead watersheds. Historically, it has been the third most productive river for salmon and steelhead on the West Coast. But for more than four decades, the Klamath has suffered from one of the country’s most difficult water conflicts. Dams, [ READ MORE... ]
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John Herzer from Missoula, MT was honored at the Orvis Guide Rendezvous as the Orvis 2016 Fly Fishing Freshwater Guide of the Year. Herzer and his wife Terri Raugland own Blackfoot River Outfitters, a Gold Level TU Business member. The honor comes as no surprise to Herzer's clients. John and Terri  [ READ MORE... ]
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The Bristol Bay Fly Fishing & Guide Academy (formerly the Bristol Bay River Academy) was honored at the 2016 Orvis Guide Rendezvous as the recipient of the annual Orvis Breaking Barriers Award. Nelli Williams, TU Alaska Program Deputy Director accepted the award. The guide academy merges salmon [ READ MORE... ]
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By Brett Prettyman National Forest Service officials, likely reflecting on a past public outcry to protect the Wyoming Range, have announced a preferred “no action, no leases” alternative on 40,000 acres of the iconic western Wyoming mountains. The last time the wide open spaces of the Wyoming [ READ MORE... ]
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By Grant Bench  Utah’s newest Trout Unlimited Chapter did not take long to help make a difference on a home water.  The Alpine Anglers Utah County Chapter, officially launched in mid-March, stepped up to help with a fish transfer on Utah’s famed Provo River.  A power plant near the mouth of the [ READ MORE... ]
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