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It’s been a rough spring for a lot of fly anglers in the interior West. It was winter until not very long ago, and now that epic snowpack is melting. The meadows at our home place are under anywhere from a few inches to several feet of water. All the places we like to fish are blown out, and they’ [ READ MORE... ]
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A Bear River cutthroat landed at Bear Lake in Utah. Courtesy Paul Thompson/Utah DWR. By Brett Prettyman As a kid my boundaries were marked by street names. Pinehill Drive. Arrowhead Lane. Vine Street. State Street. The borders eventually expanded to counties, forests, states and countries. While [ READ MORE... ]
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An angler boasts an 80-pound Kenai River king. These fish are becoming much more rare thanks a number of factors in the drainage. Wikipedia file photo. Many have heard about declining king salmon stocks throughout Alaska in recent years. The world-renowned Kenai River has also seen a decline in [ READ MORE... ]
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Editor's Note: Five students from the TU Costa 5 Rivers Outreach Program have embarked on a once-in a-lifetime journey in pursuit of 16 native trout species, all on public lands. With support from the U.S. Forest Service, Costa Sunglasses, Simms Fishing Products, Fishpond and Post Fly Box, these [ READ MORE... ]
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Methow Valley Irrigation District construction, TU photo by Lisa Pelly By Laura Ziemer The White House’s Infrastructure Week has come and gone, but there’s still an urgent need to address the nation’s backlog of aging infrastructure. With federal funds and programs under increasing pressure, we [ READ MORE... ]
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Coalition members celebrate the removal of Veazie Dam on the Penobscot in 2013. A year ago, ocean-going fish in Maine's Penobscot River regained access to some 2,000 miles of spawning and rearing habitat thanks to the final step in a restoration project designed to bring the Penobscot drainage back [ READ MORE... ]
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Editor's Note: Five students from the TU Costa 5 Rivers Outreach Program have embarked on a once-in-a-lifetime journey in pursuit of 16 native trout species, all on public lands. With support from the U.S. Forest Service, Costa Sunglasses, Simms Fishing Products, Fishpond and Post Fly Box, these [ READ MORE... ]
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Did you all know that Sweetwater Brewing is giving $100,000 this year again to #saveourwater? Marking the campaign’s 10th anniversary, SweetWater will donate $100,000 and promote a matching funds effort, with the goal of raising an additional $100,000. Save Our Water has officially kicked off and [ READ MORE... ]
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By Randy Scholfield There are powerful places that ground us in reality—that literally put us in our places. They’re touchstones that inspire wonder and provide solitude and challenge limits. They vanquish hubris and small thinking and put things in larger perspective. The Rio Grande River gorge in [ READ MORE... ]
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Few animals have been as totemic for humans as salmon. Entire cultures of indigenous peoples in North America evolved around this fish, its remarkable life history, and its powers as a food source. Whole regional economies have risen and foundered on the vicissitudes of the world’s seven salmon [ READ MORE... ]
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