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A rainbow paints the sky over the Green River on the Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge in Sweetwater County, Wyoming. Photo by Tom Koerner/USFWS. By Tasha Sorensen EDITOR'S NOTE: Within 24 hours of this post Wyoming Senate President Eli Bebout told the Casper Star-Tribune he was killing the bill [ READ MORE... ]
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As the California Water Board considers new water quality regulations for suction dredge mining, TU urges anglers to weigh in   People are still mining for gold here in the Golden State, often through small scale operations using machinery to suck water and gravel from streambeds so bits of gold [ READ MORE... ]
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Baldface Creek, Smith River headwaters, OR. Photo: California Department of Fish & Wildlife   Two announcements last week that a region of the country renowned for its salmon and steelhead fishing and biodiversity would be better protected were good news for anglers and native trout [ READ MORE... ]
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Redfish Lake, Sawtooth National Forest, Idaho. Photo by Chris Hunt by Chris Hunt I admit it. I'm biased. I love my home state of Idaho. Home to sprawling sage-brush seas, sky-piercing mountains, old-growth cedar and spruce forests and some of the best trout water on the planet, it's no accident [ READ MORE... ]
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Russ Schnitzer photos   By Warren Colyer   The ambitious Salmon Superhwy (yes, that is the correct spelling) fish passage program in Oregon is among the programs that will benefit from a recently announced funding boost from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.   Trout Unlimited is one of a host of [ READ MORE... ]
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Central Valley salmon and steelhead runs, such as those in California's Merced River (above), have been in decline for decades due primarily to lack of water at critical times. Phase I of the Bay-Delta Plan, in which the State Water Board is considering new flow standards for environmental water [ READ MORE... ]
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A recently acquired water lease on Utah's Weber River could help migratory native Bonneville cutthroat populations survive low water events. Trout Unlimited photo. By Paul Burnett Working within the constraints of Western Water Law to develop mechanisms for keeping water in streams is a slow and [ READ MORE... ]
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UPDATE: You can tell the Senate to get rid of the bad drought rider in WRDA before that chamber's floor vote by clicking here: https://www.votervoice.net/TU/campaigns/48803/respond .   It’s no secret that the American legislative process has some disagreeable aspects. Some pieces of law get passed [ READ MORE... ]
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The Nuke Egg by Tim Flagler   By Chris Hunt Egg patterns get a bad rap, for the most part. They're kind of like the venerable San Juan Worm—they just look too much like bait to some fly fishers, and for that reason, they're often scorned, and those of us who use them are often ridiculed. But, in a [ READ MORE... ]
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The most beautiful fish in the world? The author thinks so.    by Chris Hunt   My cold and wet hands trembling, I waded to the pebbly bank of Argentina's Rio Corcovado and ceremoniously dropped my fly rod like a beat poet dropping the mic and walking off stage. I looked to heavens and thought, "Now [ READ MORE... ]
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