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  Late last year Congress delivered a severe blow to the people who live in and fish the Klamath River, when it failed to ratify three locally-developed settlements for sharing water in the third most productive watershed for salmon and steelhead on the West Coast. There has been much discussion, [ READ MORE... ]
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In the last episode of TROUT Tips TROUT Magazine editor Kirk Deeter discussed the possibility of spooking fish with fly line color. This time he’s back to talk about another cause of missed fish, the false cast. Anglers inadvertently turn to the false cast as a way to perfectly place their fly on [ READ MORE... ]
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By Fred Mack On February 2nd, 2016, the Marin County Board of Supervisors honored  the North Bay Chapter of Trout Unlimited with a Resolution of Commendation for the chapter's forty-three years of continuous service to the people and the environment of Marin County, California.   North Bay Trout [ READ MORE... ]
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Maggie Creek Ranch manager John Griggs receiving the Environmental Stewardship Award during the Cattle Industry Convention. Photo courtesy of the Cattle Industry Convention. By Brett Prettyman A long time Trout Unlimited partner in conservation was recently honored during the Cattle Industry [ READ MORE... ]
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"Legislative Alert - please call or email today!" There's a potential vote of HB2467 tomorrow if our voices are heard - this will introduce necessary regulations to protect spawning and rearing habitat for protected headwaters fish species from suction dredge mining. Currently, there are few [ READ MORE... ]
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Packed house in Talkeetna. Photo by Kalyn Simon By Jenny Weis At a small airplane hangar renovated into a community theater and art space in “downtown” Talkeetna, Alaska, every seat was filled with locals excited to see their efforts to protect their river, economy and way of life hit the “big [ READ MORE... ]
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Browns Canyon: Monumental  By Randy Scholfield Teddy Roosevelt is spinning in his grave. President Roosevelt was the conservative driving force behind passage of the Antiquities Act, which gave Congress and the president the authority to create new national monuments. Roosevelt loved our national [ READ MORE... ]
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  The Russian River Coho Water Resources Partnership, in which TU is a founding member, has received a Water Quality Stewardship Award from the California North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board "for...efforts to address low flow conditions impacting salmon and steelhead in critical [ READ MORE... ]
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Big, fat Bonneville cutthroat trout today migrate from the mainstem Bear River high into the Wyoming Range to spawn every spring, largely thanks to cooperative work between Trout Unlimited and downstream ranchers who worked to remove migration barriers, leave more water in the stream and made [ READ MORE... ]
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    We all know that quality habitat is the key to quality fishing and hunting. The best habitat is often found in large tracts of undeveloped country with low road densities. Thus it's no surprise that many of our best sporting opportunities in this country are found on public lands. Here's a good [ READ MORE... ]
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