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I lived in a neighboring state for a while, and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania was practically in our back yard.  I loved the place the first time I saw it. Dense timber, ridge and valley after ridge and valley, and in the bottom of every valley – a stream or a river. There were rivers with names [ READ MORE... ]
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Eric Booton with a nice early season rainbow trout from the Kenai River watershed.  By Austin Williams I had barely stripped the line off my reel to make my first cast when I could feel my phone vibrating from the front pocket of my waders. Rats. Normally, I’d have let the call go, or not even have [ READ MORE... ]
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Akron mine tailings loom over Tomichi Creek By Jason Willis Tomichi Creek is a tributary of the Gunnison River that flows from the historic mining town of White Pine, Colorado, on the west side of Monarch Pass at an elevation over 9,000 feet. The upper portion of the Tomichi Creek drainage has [ READ MORE... ]
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Dave Sweet of the East Yellowstone Trout Unlimited chapter works to install a new rotating drum screen on an irrigation canal coming off of Trout Creek, a tributary to the North of the Shoshone River. The bypass tube back to creek can be seen on the left side of the canal near Sweet's foot. Thomas [ READ MORE... ]
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Gila trout from Willow Creek, Gila National Forest.  by Randy Scholfield (All photos by Josh Duplechian) Some trout are, in the long arc of time, relative newcomers to the interior West. Take brown trout and rainbows—they’re been here for an eyeblink of history. Then there are trout that speak to [ READ MORE... ]
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Fishing the Bear River. This reach would be inundated by the proposed Centennial Dam. By Chandra Ferrari With California just emerging from five years of punishing drought, there continues to be a lot of discussion about creating more water storage. While the fastest and most affordable way to [ READ MORE... ]
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Alaska's Bristol Bay is home to the most important run of sockeye salmon on earth—about half of all commercially harvested sockeye come from this run, and they provide about 14,000 American jobs every single year. This fishery, as we've noted for well over a decade, is priceless. Yet the threat of [ READ MORE... ]
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Over a couple of wet and chilly days in the fall of 2015, a cadre of Trout Unlimited volunteers were afield in Northcentral Pennsylvania with gear they use as part of TU’s Shale Gas Monitoring Program. A cameraman and producer followed their every move, recording their words and work for a planned [ READ MORE... ]
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By Sam Davidson I came across a video recently, on sockeye salmon migrating to the spawn in the Lake Iliamna area in Alaska. The productivity of this region for salmon is nothing short of amazing—and makes the proposed Pebble Mine, looming like the guillotine over the entire Bristol Bay ecosystem, [ READ MORE... ]
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By Matt Barney A new Angler Science project from Trout Unlimited aims to mobilize our members to contribute their field observations and help scientists understand an organism that can dramatically impact trout waters. Didymo, more colorfully known as rock snot, has been labeled an invasive species [ READ MORE... ]
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