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By Chris Hunt If you fish these days, and you're a die-hard catch-and-release angler, chances are, you capture the memoies of your trophies in megapixels. And, with the relatively affordable digital cameras on the market today, there's no reason you shouldn't.  But are you taking the best [ READ MORE... ]
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While putting together some content for a blog post, I started thinking about proper source citing for the images we use but didn't create ourselves. With all the new users and the new chapter sites joining the TU community, it is important that we pay attention to the proper citation. Here is a [ READ MORE... ]
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Thompson Divide Vignette - Kara Armano from Our Sporting Heritage on Vimeo.   Located west of Carbondale, Colo., the Thompson Divide is one of the most pristine places in the West and is currently under threat from energy development. It harbors some of the best elk hunting in the state, a dozen [ READ MORE... ]
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If you're an avid fly fisher... a wannabe fish bum... and you haven't seen the suite of Costa films yet, here's your chance. Through July, Costa and its sponsor Budweiser are taking the renowned films "GeoFish" and "Jungle Fish," as well as it's series, "The Take," on the road to craft breweries [ READ MORE... ]
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As you head north out of Santa Fe on US-285 there is a prominent overpass spanning the highway. Stamped deep in its massive upper concrete support beam, in big, bold letters that cover the entire length of the four lane interchange, are the words, “Tierra Sagrada,” — “Sacred Land.” The notion of [ READ MORE... ]
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  Fishing for salmon in the southeast Alaskan rainforest is an amazing experience. I got a kick out of Greg Thomas' blog post today about his experience in a Denver seafood joint he visited during the International Sportsmen's Expo last week. Greg asked the server at the restaurant whether the [ READ MORE... ]
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blog BY chris_hunt ON October 11 - 0 COMMENTS
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For a closet introvert who can fake the opposite on command, time alone is like being plugged into a battery charger. If only I had a USB port at the back of my neck. Then I wouldn't need to disappear for hours at a time to replenish what the real world drains (on second thought, when that port is [ READ MORE... ]
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  by Tom Reed New country and old friends. A foundation, a beginning. An idea. Each year we’d each pick a stream on our borders, a thin blue line of water splashing from high mountain hold in country without roads, and few trails. If it were easy, we thought, anybody could do it and the fishing [ READ MORE... ]
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Editor's note: This is part of an ongoing series by members of TU's Sportsmen's Conservation Project. For more, visit www.oursportingheritage.org, a site dedicated to protecting our backcountry resources.   There was a summer I spent as a wild child in the mountains of Iowa. There are no mountains [ READ MORE... ]
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  The wind came up quite early this morning. It rus­tled through the trees out­side my win­dow, gen­tly thump­ing the blinds as it con­tin­ued through the streets. It was a sub­tle sign, but a sign nonetheless. It’s fall. We’ve been see­ing small hints here lately – small twinges of gold in the [ READ MORE... ]
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