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 By Jason Willis The Kerber Creek watershed comprises just over 64,000 acres in the northern San Luis Valley of Colorado.  The headwaters drain through the historic Bonanza Mining District, which is littered with left over draining adits and mine waste/tailing piles from decades of mining.  Several [ READ MORE... ]
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Are you a pack rat by nature? Guilty on all accounts. I've got fly line, extra spools and countless other material lying around my garage. Time to put it to good use. This week Kirk Deeter, editor of TROUT Magazine, is back with a simple tip on what to do with some of that old fly line laying [ READ MORE... ]
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By Jeff Florence For many fly fishermen, the winter months are the best time to sit under a desk lamp in the basement with nothing but their fly tying tools and their imagination. Why? Because fly tying offers benefits that cannot be achieved through purchasing flies. For many, the cold, winter [ READ MORE... ]
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by Danielle Adams For Colorado, the snowpack levels don’t only affect recreation, they affect our way of life. While the accumulation may wreak havoc on commutes, the snow provides Colorado with some much-needed moisture during the hotter, drier months. Thanks to a strong El Niño winter, the [ READ MORE... ]
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by Randy Scholfield One year ago, President Obama--responding to decades-long efforts by local communities and sportsmen to preserve Colorado's Browns Canyon--designated a Browns Canyon National Monument, giving permanent protection to this amazing place and its natural resources, which include a [ READ MORE... ]
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Brian Hodge (left) talks to volunteers at Armstrong Creek field work day.  by Randy Scholfield What makes Trout Unlimited one of the most respected and effective conservation organizations out there? People like Brian Hodge. Hodge, a TU biologist and project manager working in Colorado, this week [ READ MORE... ]
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In the last episode of TROUT Tips TROUT Magazine editor Kirk Deeter discussed the possibility of spooking fish with fly line color. This time he’s back to talk about another cause of missed fish, the false cast. Anglers inadvertently turn to the false cast as a way to perfectly place their fly on [ READ MORE... ]
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Browns Canyon: Monumental  By Randy Scholfield Teddy Roosevelt is spinning in his grave. President Roosevelt was the conservative driving force behind passage of the Antiquities Act, which gave Congress and the president the authority to create new national monuments. Roosevelt loved our national [ READ MORE... ]
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Hunting quail in the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument: This land is your land. By Corey Fisher Here in the vast expanse of Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument in southern New Mexico, you get a sense of what public lands mean to sportsmen. For the past few days, I’ve been [ READ MORE... ]
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By Randy Scholfield Take a good look at this picture--it's the future of water planning in the West. Today in downtown Denver, an array of water users--representing utilities, communities, agriculture groups, industry, conservation groups, water districts, West Slope, East Slope--stood together in [ READ MORE... ]
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