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By Carmen Northen The above photo of the Big Wood River in Ketchum, Idaho was taken in the beginning of March of this past winter. In a normal year, there would be at least a foot of snow along the banks, and more up on the slope. But we haven’t seen a ‘normal year’ in a while. The last three years [ READ MORE... ]
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Todd Koel holds a native Yellowstone cutthroat trout. Koel was recently recognized for his efforts to protect and restore native fish in the world's first national park. National Park Service photo. By Brett Prettyman Without the support of partners Trout Unlimited would likely have to change its [ READ MORE... ]
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  By Steve Moyer The Hon. Rob Bishop, chairman of the House Natural Resources Committee, one of the most important committees in Congress for trout and salmon conservation and sportsmen’s issues, has had a lot to say about the Land and Water Conservation Fund reauthorization this year. Yesterday, [ READ MORE... ]
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Editor's note: The following is the oral testimony of Trout Unlimited President and CEO Chris Wood before the Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry on the topic of "fire borrowing," or raiding the U.S. Forest Service operations budget to fight increasingly expensive an damaging [ READ MORE... ]
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November 4, 2015   Testimony of Trout Unlimited (President and CEO Chris Wood) on the House Natural Resources Committee’s Energy and Mineral Resources Subcommittee hearing on: H.R. 3843 (Rep. Doug Lamborn), Locatable Minerals Claim Location and Maintenance Fees Act of 2015, H.R. 3844 (Rep. Jody [ READ MORE... ]
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Editor's note: TU President and CEO Chris Wood testified Nov. 4 before the House Natural Resources Committee’s Energy and Mineral Resources Subcommittee on the need for Good Samaritan legislation that would allow third-party groups like TU to conduct clean-up work on abandoned mines without [ READ MORE... ]
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The Big Hole River is one of dozens of Montana trophy trout waters that start as trickles in the high country that depend on the clean water rule for their protection.    by Chris Hunt   The value of Montana's water resources go well beyond simple economics—the state is one of the most popular [ READ MORE... ]
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There's nothing like a cold beer after a day spent fishing.    by Chris Hunt   A great day spent on the water often starts by resting a few beers in the rocks of a trout stream, knowing that, by the end the day, they'll be nice and cold and ready to share with friends while reliving the day's [ READ MORE... ]
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Volunteers search irrigation canals feeding off of the Shoshone River near Cody for trout that could be stranded and die. Once captured, the fish are moved back to the main branches of the Shoshone River. By Brett Prettyman Anglers commonly brag about experiencing days where they catch 20 or 30 [ READ MORE... ]
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By Molly Barth Located right near Missoula, Montana, the Hughes-Fredline ditch is one of the few unscreened diversions on Rattlesnake Creek. Each year, it is known to entrain hundreds of juvenile fish, including threatened bull trout. This ditch is mostly known as a “backyard stream” to many local [ READ MORE... ]
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