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The People's Canal irrigation diversion in southwestern Wyoming was recently rebuilt to help protect native fish in the Henry's Fork from invasive species. Photo by Hillary Walrath By Hillary Walrath In the world of trout conservation, the term “fish barrier” is sometimes seen as an enemy to native [ READ MORE... ]
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***Location Change*** We've moved the meeting location for December's meeting to The Palace, in Ellensburg, WA. The meeting starts at 7 PM, with the Board meeting at 6 PM to discuss our Youth program, fundraising, and the 2016 Teanaway Plan. The general meeting will be a review of our 2015 projects [ READ MORE... ]
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The Brodhead Chapter of Trout Unlimited is announcing its annual fly tying course, we have combined our previous annual beginners and intermediate into 1 more comprehensive 6 class course and incorporated our Annual Fly Tying Round Robin (February 10, 2016 from 7 to 9 PM at the Kettle Creek [ READ MORE... ]
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For 6 days in October, volunteers the Brodhead Chapter of Trout Unlimited provided traffic control so that All Construction and Repair could move over 200 tons of boulders from a remote location on the old Northampton Community College Monroe Campus to the Pocono Creek Phase I Habitat restoration [ 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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There’s a lot of fly fishing apparel out there these days. Naturally, the best fly fishing apparel is made and sold by TU supporters. No surprise there, right? It should go without saying that any business that cares about the future of fish and fishing enough give back to TU is one we ought to [ READ MORE... ]
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Don't forget about the November meeting on Wednesday the 18th. Social hour at 6 PM, meeting begins at 7 PM. We are hosting Gabe Temple from the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife, sharing his presentation on 25 years of catch & release history on the Yakima River. Also, our [ READ MORE... ]
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On Aug. 5, 2015, the Gold King mine near Silverton, Colo., unleashed 3 million gallons of mine wastewater into the upper Animas River. Within hours, the plume had traveled downstream to Durango – right in the middle of a busy summer in a tourism-based town. The striking pictures of the orange plume [ READ MORE... ]
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Mike Slater with the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources gets help from 9-year-old Owen Wilson as they release fingerling Bonneville cutthroat trout back in their native waters of Mill Creek just east of Salt Lake City. By Brett Prettyman MILL CREEK CANYON — Owen Wilson could have picked anything [ 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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