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By April Brown Perspective—it is everything. Last week I gained some of it, by joining other members of TU’s Shasta Trinity Cascades Chapter in helping to rescue fish stranded when the lower Sacramento River dropped rapidly after weeks of unusually high releases out of Keswick Dam. Action News [ READ MORE... ]
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Yesterday a new tool for anglers will opened its doors to the world. It’s a web-based platform that helps anglers find guides from the Carribbean to Alaska. It’s called Fisher Guiding, and it’s goal is simple—to make guided fishing trips accessible for everyone. “The whole idea behind it is [ READ MORE... ]
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By Eric Booton It’s spring again and it’s hard to sit still.  I am at the point where I am hoping for one more powder day on skis but would be more than content with the warm weather and soft water. I was at a similar point last April. The snow was starting to melt as the sun returned to the [ READ MORE... ]
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A young volunteer moves one of the seemingly countless tires found in Shoshone River during a cleanup arranged by the East Yellowstone Chapter of Trout Unlimited near Cody, Wyoming. Photo provided by the East Yellowstone TU Chapter By Brett Prettyman The Shoshone River near Cody, Wyoming, put off [ READ MORE... ]
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From ice out until late spring, pike are in the shallows and ready to hit a fly. Here in the Lower 48, it's prime time for pike. From ice out until lakes "turn over" in the late spring, pike can be found cruising the shallows of lakes and in the froggy water of rivers in search of an easy meal, and [ READ MORE... ]
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Jason Dyer working on his casting while on a fishing trip in Canada. Agustina Boitano Davidson photo By Jason Dyer I grew up on the East Coast and fished a lot of small streams and deep hidden ponds in the White Mountains during my adolescent years. I did do a fair amount of surf casting, but it [ READ MORE... ]
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The first time I saw the Eel River flowing under the remote redwood forest along Humboldt County's Avenue of the Giants, I saw a dirty, blown-out river that the locals swore to me was home to massive steelhead. I lived in the small city of Eureka for a couple of years in the late 90s, and I never [ READ MORE... ]
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Tom Doxey caught this Yellowstone cutthroat in northwestern Utah to complete his Utah Cutthroat Slam. Courtesy photo. By Tom Doxey My quest for the Utah Cutthroat Slam began in April 2016 when the program was introduced at the Wasatch Fly Tying and Fly Fishing Expo.  I was lucky enough to be the [ READ MORE... ]
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By Walt Gasson Like any great company, Trout Scapes River Restoration, LLC is about great people. Brian Cowden is one of those great people. Brian comes to Trout Scapes after being the VP of Sales and Marketing for a Montana based river restoration firm. Prior to that role, Brian worked at Trout [ READ MORE... ]
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Fishing for steelhead at the mouth of the Carmel River in the 1960s. By Sam Davidson For most of the past year we have been living next to a river. This has changed the way I think about streams, and fishing. Every angler knows that rivers are dynamic (where they are not dammed, anyway). That is [ READ MORE... ]
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