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Editor's note: TU President and CEO Chris Wood testified Nov. 4 before the House Natural Resources Committee’s Energy and Mineral Resources Subcommittee on the need for Good Samaritan legislation that would allow third-party groups like TU to conduct clean-up work on abandoned mines without [ READ MORE... ]
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The Big Hole River is one of dozens of Montana trophy trout waters that start as trickles in the high country that depend on the clean water rule for their protection.    by Chris Hunt   The value of Montana's water resources go well beyond simple economics—the state is one of the most popular [ READ MORE... ]
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There's nothing like a cold beer after a day spent fishing.    by Chris Hunt   A great day spent on the water often starts by resting a few beers in the rocks of a trout stream, knowing that, by the end the day, they'll be nice and cold and ready to share with friends while reliving the day's [ READ MORE... ]
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Montana Trout Unlimited seeks proven and motivated advocate for protecting and restoring coldwater fisheries and their watersheds. Ideal candidate should have excellent verbal and writing skills, be familiar with the state of Montana and have experience, training or the aptitude to learn natural [ READ MORE... ]
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An angler finds a place to cast a line in the Brown's Canyon National Monument in Colorado. Joshua Duplechian/Trout Unlimited By Brett Prettyman People of the West place a high value on public lands according to a poll of Colorado and Nevada residents released by the Outdoor Industry Association [ READ MORE... ]
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The following is the abbreviated testimony of Trout Unlimited President and CEO Chris Wood before the House Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee on Water Resources and Environment. Wood spoke to the committee on the need for Good Samaritan legislation that would allow organizations like [ READ MORE... ]
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A new film from a former Oregon state senator aims to spur action from the President and Congress to resolve decades-old water conflicts in the third most productive river for salmon and steelhead on the West Coast. By Sam Davidson   Jason Atkinson is betting on the transformational power of a [ READ MORE... ]
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Record summer heat and an ongoing drought make for tough conditions for our country's trout and salmon. By Jack Williams The summer of 2015 was a hot one by almost any measure. According to NOAA, July was the warmest month since record-keeping began in 1880 and was 1.46 degrees Farenheit above the [ READ MORE... ]
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It turns out that most steelhead anglers, despite our reputation, actually agree on a lot of things. Today, Trout Unlimited released the results of an extensive poll of more than 630 active steelhead anglers in California, Oregon and Washington that reveals broad support for wild steelhead [ READ MORE... ]
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A new Trout Unlimited Chapter was recently established in Oregon. The South Coast Cutthroat Chapter, with a small but active group of volunteers became an official TU Chapter at the end of September.  The Chapter is based in Coos Bay on the southern Oregon coast with members from Florence to the [ READ MORE... ]
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