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Editor's note: The TU Costa Five Rivers Native Odyssey team spent the summer traveling across America in search of native trout. This installment: Idaho.  Public Land: Sawtooth National Forest The Sawtooth National Forest encompasses 2,110,408 acres largely in Idaho, but also partially in Utah. It [ READ MORE... ]
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The TU Teens of Gallipolis is a middle school fishing and conservation club led by Shannon Mayes, a volunteer leader from the Mad Men Chapter of Trout Unlimited. They take seasonal camping and fishing trips and are an active part of their community in Ohio. This blog highlights some of their [ READ MORE... ]
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Public Land: Bridger-Teton National Forest Driving south from Yellowstone National Park in Western Wyoming, visitors drive through the awe-inspiring Bridger-Teton National Forest. The mighty snow-capped Tetons provide a scenic backdrop to the pine stands, open fields and meadows that make up the [ READ MORE... ]
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Editor's note: The TU Costa Five Rivers Program Native Odyssey Team visited Yellowstone National Park recently, where they chased native fish in the waters where they belong.  Public Land: Yellowstone National Park. Established March 1, 1872, Yellowstone National Park covers an area of 3,471 square [ READ MORE... ]
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Bonneville cutthroat trout Editor's note: TU's Costa Five Rivers Native Odyssey team visited Utah recently on its trip across America.  During our time in Utah, we sought four species of native cutthroat trout. Luckily for us, Utah has just the thing. The Utah Cutthroat Slam is a challenge that [ READ MORE... ]
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Eighteen species in two months across 10 states is one of the more challenging feats I have attempted to accomplish in my lifetime; and Utah posed as quite the challenge. But it’s OK, because the challenge is what keeps us fisherman coming back for more. We arrived in Utah in search of the Utah [ READ MORE... ]
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By Tara Granke On July 15, 1959, Trout Unlimited was founded in Grayling, Mich. Nearly 60 years later, 30 of TU’s rising leaders traveled from all over the country to attend a five-day leadership event called the TU Teen Summit. You could say we were returning to our roots. Just as they have for [ READ MORE... ]
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Are you up for the GRTU Tomorrow Fund Challenge? The 066 - Guadalupe River chapter (GRTU) has a hunch. They're thinking that chapters and councils across the country care about engaging the next generation of river stewards as much as they do in Texas. So when they heard TU’s Headwaters Youth [ READ MORE... ]
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Editor's note: TU's Native Odyssey team is in Colorado, where the group of young anglers toured a molybdenum mine. Mining takes a toll on native trout throughout the West—some 40 percent of all headwater streams are impacted in one fashion or another by abandoned mine runoff.  Molybdenum is the [ READ MORE... ]
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Public Land: Rocky Mountain National Park. Established Jan. 26, 1915, Rocky Mountain National Park was the 10th recognized national park in the United States. It is the best place in the Lower 48 for visitors to experience alpine landscapes and tundra. Driving in from Denver (just two hours away) [ READ MORE... ]
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