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Editor’s note: Coloradans turned out in force (and in full voice) for today’s Clean Water for Colorado rally in downtown Denver, an event put together by TU and other conservation groups, as well as local outdoor businesses such as RepYourWater, Confluence Kayaks and Downriver Equipment. The rally— [ READ MORE... ]
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Technology in fishing has grown by leaps and bounds over the last half-century or so. Anglers now can take to the water in bass boats equipped with mapping-grade sonar fish finders, trolling motors and gear that, to our grandfathers, would be likely be described as "newfangled." Even fly fishing [ READ MORE... ]
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Bull trout are the only native char to the interior Northwest. Close relatives to brook trout, Arctic char and Dolly Varden, they require the coldest and cleanest waters to survive and thrive. It's no suprise that their populations have been greatly impacted by development over the years. Dams have [ READ MORE... ]
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Here's a little good news for your weekend. A few days ago, a year to the day that tens of thousands of coldwater fish were killed in the Yellowstone River due to low flows, high water temperatures, and associated disease, TU signed an agreement with Kinross—a mining company out of Toronto—that [ READ MORE... ]
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This may come as a shock to a lot of anglers out there, but the state with the most miles of trout water isn't Montana or Colorado. It's not Idaho or Wyoming or California.  It's Pennsylvania. And in Pennsylvania, folks are serious about their trout water, so much so that state Fish and Boat [ READ MORE... ]
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Photo: The Missoulian Yesterday was a tough day in Montana. Not only did a train pulling 30 cars of coal derail and overturn on the banks of the Clark Fork River, but the mining company seeking permission to dig for heavy metals in the headwaters of the Smith River received preliminary approval and [ READ MORE... ]
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By Kirk Deeter In the last issue of TROUT, Kris Millgate reported that Yellowstone National Park is considering a ban of felt-soled wading boots. And that prompted several letters to the editor, including some that criticized us for "advocating" for the ban, merely by writing about a proposal (just [ READ MORE... ]
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A young pronghorn fawn attempts to avoid detection within the Greater Little Mountain Area in southwest Wyoming. Josh Duplechian/Trout Unlimited By Brett Prettyman “The Little Mountain area is considered by many to be the crown jewel for wildlife and recreation.” Former Wyoming Governor David [ READ MORE... ]
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By Ty Churchwell We recently marked a rather unsavory anniversary for the people of the Animas River Valley in southwest Colorado. Two years ago on Aug. 5, EPA contractors doing some investigative work at the Gold King Mine accidentally released over 3 million gallons of heavy metal-laden mine [ READ MORE... ]
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There are a lot of great things about working for Trout Unlimited. There are even more great things about working with TU Business members. But the best part is the people you get to know. The people who support conservation, the ones who go the extra mile in everything they do—they’re the ones who [ READ MORE... ]
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