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By Toner Mitchell             We all know at least one obsessive planner, a friend whose wristwatch and calendar resemble family more than objects. This person can flawlessly recite the flight schedules from three different cities to 10 other cities on five different airlines. With eyes so fixed on [ READ MORE... ]
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This week TROUT Magazine editor Kirk Deeter is back to discuss the haul for trout anglers. Watch as Deeter discusses a technique which can be practiced while out on the water this summer."The trick is not to let your arms fly apart too far," says Deeter. "Rather it's like playing an accordion." [ READ MORE... ]
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  By Randy Scholfield For Kevin Terry, preserving native trout is a passion—and his colleagues in the conservation community are taking notice. The Trout Unlimited fisheries biologist and project manager, based in Colorado’s San Luis Valley, was recently awarded the Gila Trout Award at the Native [ READ MORE... ]
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By Randy Scholfield “We are facing a water urgency in the West,” said Sen. Ron Wyden of Oregon, at the outset of hearings today on drought legislation in the Senate’s Energy and Natural Resources Subcommittee on Water and Power.  And at the outset, Sen. Wyden commended Trout Unlimited and “ [ READ MORE... ]
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by Randy Scholfield If you want some good clues about river health, check out the bug life. Trout Unlimited, Mountain Studies Institute and partners today announced plans for a multi-year monitoring of the Animas River in southwest Colorado to gauge the overall health of the Animas River and [ READ MORE... ]
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by Randy Scholfield Colorado last week took a welcome step to return some sanity to the debate about public lands in the West. The state's General Assembly passed a bill that establishes Colorado Public Lands Day, which designates the third Saturday of May each year to acknowledge the importance of [ READ MORE... ]
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by Randy Scholfield  Colorado rivers are on a roll of bad luck.   I thought I had seen everything last year when the Gold King Mine blew out and spewed mustard-colored toxic sludge into the headwaters of the Animas River here in Colorado. Thankfully, no fish in the Animas' Gold Medal waters were [ READ MORE... ]
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Jack Williams, TU senior scientist, addresses the conference.  by Randy Scholfield They are survivors -- Gila, Apache, and Rio Grande cutthroat trout, natives that have survived in the rugged high mountain streams of Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado for tens of thousands of years. But today, these [ READ MORE... ]
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by Barbara Plake Although it is still the case that fly-fishing is male dominated, more women are becoming interested in this sport. Why should men have all the fun? One of the barriers to women joining the contingent of fly-fishers is lack of knowledge. Unlike many men who are introduced to [ READ MORE... ]
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In this episode of TROUT Tips with TROUT Magazine editor Kirk Deeter we talk about the most common mistake that anglers make when they make a cast. The tailing loop.“The tailing loop is to fly anglers what the slice is to golfers,” says Deeter.Deeter discusses a simple trick to remedy this common [ READ MORE... ]
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