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By Grant Bench  Utah’s newest Trout Unlimited Chapter did not take long to help make a difference on a home water.  The Alpine Anglers Utah County Chapter, officially launched in mid-March, stepped up to help with a fish transfer on Utah’s famed Provo River.  A power plant near the mouth of the [ READ MORE... ]
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By Michael Gibson   The second regular session of the Sixty-third Idaho Legislature came to a close at the end of March after seventy five legislative days.    This year, attacks on clean water, public lands and the state’s fish and game agency were not in short supply. Trout Unlimited and its [ READ MORE... ]
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Photo by April Bencze. Sign the petition to defend Southeast Alaska's rivers here: http://bit.ly/KerrySignOn      By Jill Weitz   As a Midwestern transplant who has lived in Southeast Alaska for nearly 10 years, I am thankful that I get to help to protect the stunning mountain valleys, magnificent [ READ MORE... ]
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Photo Left to Right, Louis Wasniewski, Forest Hydrologist on the Caribou-Targhee National Forest, Matt Woodard, Home Rivers Project Manager, Blackfoot River Idaho, Trout Unlimited and Corey Lyman, Fisheries Biologist on the Caribou-Targhee National Forest.      Jackknife Watershed Restoration [ READ MORE... ]
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By Sam Davidson   Five hundred miles. That’s a pretty significant distance, right? Now, imagine swimming that far. That’s how many river miles will re-opened to native steelhead in the Klamath River under the terms of a revised agreement between the federal government, the states of California and [ READ MORE... ]
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One of the greatest things about working with Trout Unlimited is the opportunity to meet truly outstanding people. And the Orvis Guide Rendezvous is a great place to do that. For three decades now, the Orvis Company has been recognizing outstanding guides, lodges and outfitters in its Endorsed [ READ MORE... ]
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By Sam Davidson   California’s historic drought, now in its fifth year, has been hard on fish and wildlife. Communities, water districts, and state agencies have taken steps to help keep more water in streams and wetlands for at-risk species such as salmon and steelhead. In the big picture, [ READ MORE... ]
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Can bass actually help with salmon conservation? On California's San Joaquin River, off-channel bass ponds provide excellent angling opportunities and help connect local communities to the river, which is being restored so that a long-lost run of Chinook salmon can return.   By Sam Davidson What is [ READ MORE... ]
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Join us on Wednesday, March 16th at 7 pm to review and participate in planning our Teanaway River programs. Our future projects will allow us to place 6 water temperature monitors within key headwater zones of the Teanaway River and software to help us track and study the data. This data will be [ READ MORE... ]
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A proposed Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) export terminal at the mouth of BC's Skeena River threatens its legendary wild salmon and steelhead runs. When you’re talking about the finest wild steelhead rivers in North America—heck, in the world—a few names come immediately to mind. The Smith. The Dean. [ READ MORE... ]
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