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The 5th Annual TU Teen Summit was held ner Missoula, Montana in 2016. By Franklin Tate Indulge me as I borrow a page right out of David Letterman’s Late Night playbook and come up with 5-plus-5 of the Headwaters Program’s shiniest stars.  Nearly every working stiff has been asked the question, “ [ READ MORE... ]
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TU Science staff Dan Dauwalter, Kurt Fesenmyer, Tucker Porter (BLM), and John Walrath electrofishing in Goose Creek. By Dan Dauwalter Habitat complexity and diversity are characteristics of healthy streams. Yellowstone cutthroat trout and other native trout species have been shown to be more [ READ MORE... ]
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The Brodhead Chapter Trout Unlimited has created a brief membership survey to better serve our membership.  Please take a few minutes and fill out the on-line survey at http://www.brodheadstu.org/2016/07/26/member-survey/.
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The Colorado River cutthroat is one of the four subspecies of cutthroat anglers need to catch to achieve the Utah Cutthroat Slam. By Mark Hutchings The last cutthroat was the easiest – and the second smallest -- of the four qualifying fish.  “I’m done; that was fast,” I shouted to Bruiser, my [ READ MORE... ]
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Leptophlebia spinner. Jerry Schoen photo. By Jerry Schoen My introduction to fly-fishing came courtesy of a heavy Hendrickson hatch on the Battenkill River, back in the 1970s. The fish were willing, and it all seemed easy - an impression corrected over the next several days of trial, error and [ READ MORE... ]
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Horses are a quick, and easier, way to get into the backcountry surrounding Yellowstone National Park. Walt Gasson photo. By Walt Gasson TETON WILDERNESS — It’s been a great blessing in my life – indeed one of the greatest blessings in my life – to be able to come to know and love some of the [ READ MORE... ]
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Quick – the Raritan River. Where is it? If you had asked me that question a few years ago, I would have been stumped. Here’s a hint: It’s home to some of the best fly fishing you never heard about. Give up? OK, here’s the answer: New Jersey. Not long ago, I was over the tops of my waders in [ READ MORE... ]
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I'm new to fly fishing but not new to fishing. When I was in Afghanistan, I wrote an essay called I Used to Be  Fisherman, where I vowed to return to fishing and I did. Growing up catching crappie from a bamboo pole when I was three, to fishing for trout in the Black Hills with worms and corn, to [ READ MORE... ]
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The Ogden River in northern Utah is a good example of what can be done to help rivers stretch out and still allow people to enjoy the resource. Officials working on the Spanish Fork River project are using the Ogden as a template. Trout Unlimited photo By Jordan Nielson SPANISH FORK, Utah -- [ READ MORE... ]
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They say that one of the biggest barriers to recruiting new fly anglers is the intimidation factor. You hear it expressed in lots of ways: “It’s just too complicated!” “You have to learn so much!” “I’ll never be able to do all that!” That’s too bad, because as we all know, fly fishing is simply fun [ READ MORE... ]
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