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Bill Templin and wild trout, SF Kings River.  By Sam Davidson Almost twenty years ago, a man who had carried on a long term love affair with what must be one of the most underappreciated trout streams in the Sierra Nevada decided he was in a generous mood, and would form a group to share in the [ READ MORE... ]
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By Brett Prettyman We were still stringing lines and slipping on wading boots when my preteen nephew came running into the parking area at Three Dollar Bridge on the Madison River. “Look how big this bug is,” he squealed while holding an enormous, and still squiggling, insect out for us to behold [ READ MORE... ]
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By Christian Chavez Cast. Catch. Film. Repeat.The main ingredients you'll need for a captivating fishing video. But what else can make a great fishing video? And why am I even talking about this?The Seedskadee Chapter of Trout Unlimited, located in Green River, Wyoming, is offering our first [ READ MORE... ]
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The Cardiac Salmonfly The salmonfly hatch on the Henry's Fork of the Snake River is legendary. Check out this fun video of an epic adventure on the river below Lower Mesa Falls known as Cardiac Canyon from Henry's Fork Anglers and KBL Studios. Anyone know how [ READ MORE... ]
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By Josh Duplechian Waking up I notice my toes are still frozen solid. I slept in layers for the last few nights. Many layers in fact. The tip of my nose is the only body part not covered from the cold damp January night.  We are still in our hotel near the banks of the Skagit River in Concrete, WA [ READ MORE... ]
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I always look forward to this time of year, when the ice is newly broken off our nearby lakes, the black flies and mosquitos aren’t too ferocious, and the resident fish are extremely hungry. Unfortunately, lake fishing in Alaska often plays second fiddle, and is too often taken for granted, when [ READ MORE... ]
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Salmon – the icon of Alaskan life and culture. Salmon – bright as a new dime, unchanged in millions of years in North America’s wildest waters. Salmon – the keystone of ecosystems from California to Siberia. Salmon – our last link to what was and our best reminder of what still could be… You know [ READ MORE... ]
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By David Kyle What is a kokannee? This is a question I get asked a lot. Kokanee (aka “little redfish”, “silver trout”, “landlocked sockeye”, and “blueback”) are the non-anadromous form of sockeye salmon (O.nerka) and are distributed through the North Pacific.  Kokanee are smaller than their larger [ READ MORE... ]
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By Eric Booton   I couldn’t resist chuckling to myself as I boarded a flight from Anchorage to Los Angeles with my fly rod in hand. I work, live and play in Alaska. The salmon state. The land of 30-inch rainbow trout. Home of seemingly endless fishing options. Yet I, a self described mountain bum, [ READ MORE... ]
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It's that time of year again. Students all over America are releasing the trout they've spent the better part of a school year raising in chilled tanks as a part of Trout Unlimited's Trout in the Classroom program.  TIC is a science-based curriculum that teaches elementary and middle-school [ READ MORE... ]
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