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Salmon – the icon of Alaskan life and culture. Salmon – bright as a new dime, unchanged in millions of years in North America’s wildest waters. Salmon – the keystone of ecosystems from California to Siberia. Salmon – our last link to what was and our best reminder of what still could be…You know [ READ MORE... ]
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A few weeks ago, the Michigan Council of Trout Unlimited and other partners met in Lovells, Michigan to dedicate a memorial to Art Neumann, the last surviving founder of Trout Unlimited who passed away last year. It was a great day, and Art's kids—TU members in good standing—attended the [ READ MORE... ]
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This Bonneville cutthroat represents the first native fish in 50 years to be able to access spawning habitat in the headwaters of Strawberry Creek, a tributary to the Weber River in Northern Utah. Paul Burnett photo. By Paul Burnett For the first time in 50 years, Bonneville cutthroat trout in [ READ MORE... ]
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A hiker takes in the splendor of the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument in New Mexico.  Make Your Voice Heard - Take Action Today! Caddis fly blizzards on the Arkansas River in Browns Canyon National Monument. Strongholds of native redband trout in the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument.  [ READ MORE... ]
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A new report from the Outdoor Industry Association shows anglers spend $35.7 billion annually on fishing. Brett Prettyman photo By Brett Prettyman “Priceless." It is a typical response from anglers when asked the value of being able to get out and stand in their favorite river hoping to hook up. [ READ MORE... ]
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I met Johnny Blumenthal and Paul Newman from Drift Fly Fishing when they were gracious enough to donate a trip to my humble little TU chapter here in Wyoming. But before we sent anyone out there with them, I did a little homework. I like to hear what others are saying about a product or service [ READ MORE... ]
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I lived in a neighboring state for a while, and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania was practically in our back yard. I loved the place the first time I saw it. Dense timber, ridge and valley after ridge and valley, and in the bottom of every valley – a stream or a river. There were rivers with names [ READ MORE... ]
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Dave Sweet of the East Yellowstone Trout Unlimited chapter works to install a new rotating drum screen on an irrigation canal coming off of Trout Creek, a tributary to the North of the Shoshone River. The bypass tube back to creek can be seen on the left side of the canal near Sweet's foot. Thomas [ READ MORE... ]
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Ladies and Gentlemen,  My name is Nelson Lee and I am new to the Bluegrass State. I recently relocated to Lexington, Ky from Jackson Hole, Wyoming. In Jackson, my dear friend and boss at the time, Tyler Hallquist, introduced me to fly fishing when he took a chance on me as an employee working for [ READ MORE... ]
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Until you’ve been to Alaska, you don’t really understand the scope of the place – the sheer, monumental size of the 49th state. Saying you’ve been to Alaska is like saying you’ve been to Asia – there’s a lot of different places and experiences in that vast landscape. But one of my favorite places [ READ MORE... ]
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