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By Helen Neville and Dan Dauwalter When TU staff consider who might be valuable partners in our conservation work, we typically think of state fish and wildlife agencies, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Bureau of Land Management, or the U.S. Forest Service, to name a few. We certainly don’t [ READ MORE... ]
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 A growing chorus of American Indian and Alaska Native organizations is raising red flags about threats to salmon, livelihoods and culture from large-scale mining in British Columbia. The largest tribal organizations in the Lower 48 and Alaska announced this week that they are backing efforts to [ READ MORE... ]
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(Photo by Jeff Nichols) By Mark Kaelke I am undoubtedly the least tech-savvy employee in the Trout Unlimited (TU) Alaska program but I try to make up for this deficiency by hoarding almost every piece of electronic information I have ever received or created.  Although admittedly a misguided [ READ MORE... ]
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  Grand Prize Winner American writer and fly-fisher, Dave Karczynski, is fighting a really nice trout on the Bobr River in Lower Silesia, Poland (above). Sadly, after a short fight, the fish was gone. We called this trout ‘Stanislaw.’ © Arek Kubale   Best fish category First prize Pennsylvania’s [ READ MORE... ]
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Redband trout, Middle Fork John Day River, Ore. Photo by John McMillan.   By Matt Barney TU’s TroutBlitz is in full swing, and we’ve had a great response with some nice photos of trout. TroutBlitz is part of Trout Unlimited’s Angler Science program, which is a collection of various efforts within [ READ MORE... ]
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Travis Gillespie caught the most fish (22), using a small brown ant pattern. by Randy Scholfield Dutch John, Utah— Fly anglers often have their vests crammed with fly boxes full of every imaginable size and pattern when spending a day on the water. But what happens when you’re forced to choose a [ READ MORE... ]
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Lahontan cutthroat trout   By John Zablocki It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words. But we think they are worth much more than that. Photography may be our most powerful tool for cataloging and celebrating the incredible diversity of North America’s trout and salmon. That’s why we are [ READ MORE... ]
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Across the country, trout fishing is finally warming up after a bitter winter.  Streams in the Rockies are flush with snowmelt.  In the East, spring rains mean small brook trout streams are roaring.  Come late summer, though, many of these waters where you’re catching fish now may be reduced to [ READ MORE... ]
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The morning light in the window is soft and bright. The old Labrador takes her time getting up out of bed. It’s cold in the room and I’m lamenting the fact that I didn’t turn the heat on last night. These are signs of a spring in the Rockies. No need to check the forecast. No need to check the [ READ MORE... ]
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The excitement on her face when she brings her first native Colorado River cutthroat trout to her hands is infectious. Although she has only been fly fishing for a year seventeen year-old Haley Powell has spent the greater part of her life with her family and friends in places like Little Mountain [ READ MORE... ]
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