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After working for Trout Unlimited for eight years, one thing I know to be true is that TU members often share their passion for conservation and fishing with their spouses, partners and children. I certainly do. This image is of my daughter's first fish. Her rod was given to her by the TU Utah [ READ MORE... ]
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By Sam Davidson “The thing about salmon is…they go back where they’re born.” So say elementary school students at the Whitethorn School in southern Humboldt County, California. They’re right: coho salmon, and often the coastal steelhead with which they share habitat, return to their natal streams [ READ MORE... ]
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By Sam Davidson It’s tough times in California right now, water-wise. The Golden State is more like the Vermilion State – that being the color of extreme (or even exceptional) drought conditions in much of the state, in maps such as this. California’s salmon, steelhead, and trout are suffering as [ READ MORE... ]
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By Chandra Ferrari   Theodore Roosevelt once said, “[d]o what you can, with what you have, where you are.” Many colorful quotes have been attributed to him but this is one of my favorites. It cautions against waiting for the perfect situation and moment to arise before moving forward. You could be [ READ MORE... ]
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By Dave Lass   California's Central Valley grows more than just food. Putah Creek, which drains the southeastern end of the Berryessa Snow Mountain complex of public lands an hour west of Sacramento, grows monster wild rainbow trout. This is something many anglers have known for decades, and was [ READ MORE... ]
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The Trinity River and the harrowing Highway 299.   By Sam Davidson The best thing about rivers – beside the fact they may harbor trout -- is that they’re paths into the future, and the past. Always drawing you around the bend, to something new. Or old. Roads, sensibly, often follow rivers. [ READ MORE... ]
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TU's California State Director, Brian Johnson, discusses the new California Coastal Coho and Steelhead Coalition at the Spring 2015 Gala.   By Sam Davidson TU’s spring 2015 Gala dinner in San Francisco was the setting for the unofficial launch of the California Coastal Coho and Steelhead Coalition [ READ MORE... ]
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Key coho and steelhead streams like the Noyo River will get a big dose of restoration over the next several years.   By Sam Davidson The winter of 2015 is shaping up to be another historically dry "wet season" in California. California's stubborn drought -- now in its fourth year -- is hard on [ READ MORE... ]
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Ryan Maddux celebrates his new lifetime fishing license at the 2015 San Joaquin River Fishing Derby.   By Sam Davidson Few smiles light up an angler’s face more than landing a nice trout – except the smile of an angler who has just had a nice day of fishing and, before he goes home, wins a free [ READ MORE... ]
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Native Lahontan cutthroat habitat, Trout Creek Mountains   By Daniel Hossfeld For the last five years TU has been working with the University of Nevada, Reno, the University of California, Davis, and California Trout to better understand how different restoration and management actions affect in- [ READ MORE... ]
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