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Native Redband trout, Jenny Creek, Cascade Siskiyou National Monument.   Yesterday President Trump issued an Executive Order (EO) requiring the Department of the Interior to review all national monuments designated since 1996 which are (a) over 100,000 acres in size; (b) were expanded during that [ 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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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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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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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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Until you’ve been to Alaska, you don’t really understand the scope of the place – the sheer, monumental size of the 49th state. Saying you’ve been to Alaska is like saying you’ve been to Asia – there’s a lot of different places and experiences in that vast landscape. But one of my favorite places [ READ MORE... ]
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Mark Fowden retired ater 39 years with Wyoming Game and Fish in early January. He passed away March 31. Photo courtesy Wyoming game and Fish. By Cory Toye Wyoming lost a man who dedicated his life to the conservation and management of our great fisheries when Mark Fowden passed away March 31. Mark [ READ MORE... ]
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As my friend Bill Hilts Jr. says in this piece about a 31-pound brown trout caught on the Niagara River, "things happen for a reason." This is a fish of a lifetime, and after you read the piece, you'll understand exactly what I mean. The human spirit, for all its frailties, is good. This proves it [ READ MORE... ]
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Jillian Lukiwski backpacking and fishing in Idaho's Sawtooth mountain range near Stanley, Idaho. Josh Duplechian/Trout Unlimited By Michael Gibson Significant cuts are being proposed to federal programs that benefit sportsmen and healthy habitat. But in Idaho, sportsmen successfully lobbied to [ READ MORE... ]
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Steve MacMillian spends countless hours traveling to fish for native cutthroat trout in Nevada. Outside Online picture. Is Steve MacMillan the ultimate citizen scientist? We think he is a leading candidate at the very least, but we might be a little biased. Watch this video of Steve exploring the [ READ MORE... ]
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