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Winner of the Stand Up Paddleboard is Gail Menasco! The raffle raised $635 to support fish passage at Opal Springs on the Crooked River.  Gail looks forward to paddling with her son on the Deschutes one of these days.  The inflatable paddle board was donated by Dave Scadden Paddleboards of Ogden, [ READ MORE... ]
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Spring is Around the Corner and Fall River Projects Begin this May         As the weather warms, and our snow melts, we begin to get back into the field and start our planning for a busy 2015 on the Fall River.  With this mild winter, many of us have been hiking and fishing more, and skiing a bit [ READ MORE... ]
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H&H Outfitters The Industry: Steelhead Conservation and Two Guys in a Garage Three years ago I met two guys at the Septembeer Fest in Corvallis, OR. Brothers Alex and Cobb Hudjohn.  They were printing shirts for the local Bluebacks Chapter to raise money.  They had a vision to make money doing [ READ MORE... ]
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When heading to the river, or even thinking about it, as members of Trout Unlimited our vision becomes inherently multi-faceted. Heraclitus stated it perfect with "You could never step into the same river twice". We think of the target species, we think and review weather, flows, temps, and hatch [ READ MORE... ]
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It has taken years, so many in fact that many had stopped following the story.  But thanks to Sen Merkley's and Rep Walden's efforts the bill was passed this Thursday (December 11th).  It is a win-win for fish and wildlife, the regional economy, the city of Prineville, regional irrigation districts [ READ MORE... ]
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While I am not usually given to get on a rant (insert "sheesh" here) an article that came out through the Oregonian has gotten a lot of people a little burnt on our State Governement. In Oregon you can drive around and look at the license plates and tell right away those of us who have a devotion [ READ MORE... ]
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Emerging from volcanic bedrock, the Fall River has long been a place to escape the bustle of everyday life. Birders, bikers, hikers and trout-chasing anglers flock to the Fall River each year to enjoy its wild nature. And like so many beloved places it is showing signs of abuse. This past summer [ READ MORE... ]
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Emerging from volcanic bedrock, the Fall River has long been a place to escape the bustle of everyday life. Birders, bikers, hikers and trout-chasing anglers flock to the Fall River each year to enjoy its wild nature. And like so many beloved places it is showing signs of abuse. This past summer a [ READ MORE... ]
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Since the dams were put in place on the Deschutes River to create Crane Prairie and Wickiup Reservoirs, our beloved Deschutes River has been managed for the primary purpose of irrigation. In the years before these barriers were put in place the free flowing river allowed for healthy populations of [ READ MORE... ]
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Location: Northcentral  Type of stream: Freestone spring creek Angling methods: Fly, spin Species: Bull trout, rainbows, browns, brook trout, Kokanee, mountain whitefish Access: Easy Season: Year-round Supporting Services: Sisters Short take: Fast and technical, perhaps Oregon’s best spring river [ READ MORE... ]
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