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By John Miko, Land O' Sky President July 01, 2015 - I had the pleasure of conducting a rapid-fire tenkara workshop today at the Trout Unlimited National Teen Leadership Conference. The 25 attendees were broken down into 5 groups of 5 and rotated through various learning “stations” at 30 minute [ READ MORE... ]
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TU Southeast Conservation Project's second culvert removal on Buck Creek in the Nantahala NF is complete thanks to a collaborative effort with our partners the NC Wildlife Resources Commission and USFS. We think the brookies and salamanders will agree - this aquatic passage project was a huge [ READ MORE... ]
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Whirling disease has been detected in the Watauga River in North Carolina. The following article provides good information on the status of the discovery.  If you are fishing these waters, be especially careful to clean and dry your fishing gear and avoid moving fish, fish parts, plants, or water [ READ MORE... ]
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Paul Scheponik of Winston-Salem caught this great rainbow trout during an April trip to the special trophy trout section of the Ravens Fork. (Photo courtesy of Paul Scheponik)   By Mark Taylor The 11-Mile Challenge has its first 11-miler. Paul Scheponik of Winston-Salem sent in his log sheet [ READ MORE... ]
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Location: Western North Carolina Type of stream: Freestone tailwater Angling methods: Fly, Spin Species: Browns, rainbows, brook Access: Easy Season: Year-round Supporting Services: Sylva Short take: Doesn’t look like a tailwater at all Handicapped Access: No Closest TU Chapter: Tuckasegee     [ READ MORE... ]
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Location: Southwestern North Carolina Type of stream: Tailwater Angling methods: Fly, Spin Species: Rainbows, browns Access: Easy Season: Year-round Supporting Services: Cherokee, Bryson City Short take: Water of champions Handicapped Access: None Closest TU Chapter: Hiawassee River     The [ READ MORE... ]
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Location: Western North Carolina Type of stream: Freestone Angling methods: Fly, Spin Species: Browns, rainbows, brook Access: Easy Season: Year-round Supporting Services: Asheville, Brevard Short take: Easy access, big wild trout, but they’re wise Handicapped Access: Yes Closest TU Chapter: [ READ MORE... ]
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