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by Chris Hunt The infamous CuttyRainBrown is the unicorn of the fly fishing world. The coldwater sasquatch, as it were. America's Loch Ness Monster. The fishy chupacabra.  Rumors of the fish persist. Never has one been brought to hand. Sure, friends of friends who know a guy who saw a dude catch [ READ MORE... ]
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Angler Science + STREAM Education... you might be thinking, huh? Well, hang on. We suspect you may well know these two TU programs, and perhaps you have engaged with one or both of them locally. And, we're really interested to learn from you if you do!So, what is ANGLER SCIENCE? In essence it [ READ MORE... ]
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A self-admitted fish-kisser, TU intern Jennifer Graves planted a wet one on this big brown trout before it dawned on her that the stream from which it came smelled like a sewer. By Jennifer Graves There is a hashtag on Twitter that I feel most people would find hilarious. It is called # [ READ MORE... ]
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I’ve just returned from an early morning breakfast conversation on youth engagement at THE 2015 SHIFT FESTIVAL. I suppose I’m a morning person anyhow; however, this 7 a.m. start needed no coffee or cold mornings to wake me right up. I’ve never left any sort of windowless conference space as [ READ MORE... ]
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Video of The 2015 State of Trout Unlimited – Chris Wood, CEO   Dear TU member, Conservation is about people. It is about people who make a determined commitment to lend their time, talent, and treasure to make their communities better places to live. In the past year alone, we succeeded in [ READ MORE... ]
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Jim Greene accepts the annual Ray Mortenson Award for Outstanding Volunteer Leadership from TU President and CEO Chris Wood at the 2015 Annual Meeting in Scranton, Pa. Trout Unlimited honored a slate of its brightest volunteers and conservation champions at its annual meeting last week in Scranton [ READ MORE... ]
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By Alan Folger I shouldn’t have been surprised that night falls so late and dawn comes so quickly on Slough Creek.  With its northern latitude, and the fact that we were there during the Summer Solstice, I should have expected it.  What I didn’t expect was to be wakened by a howling timber wolf. “ [ READ MORE... ]
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Satterlee Creek, an intermittent stream in Bradford County, Pa., is one that has been named and claimed by the community.   “Oh, that must be Fishing Creek.” If you’re crossing a bridge somewhere in Pennsylvania, it’s a pretty safe answer if someone asks you, “What stream is that?” I’ve never done [ READ MORE... ]
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Alex Puchalski with a nice Salmon River steelhead. Puchalski, 18, is the first winner of TU's monthly TroutBlitz contests that run through October.    By Chris Hunt   Alex Puchalski cut his angling teeth chasing bass, pickerel and panfish around his East Rutherford, N.J., home, and graduated to the [ READ MORE... ]
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Green Team members (left to right) DeAnna Clum, Claire Gault, Sam Burgess and Beckett Vigh plant a native buffer on Rum Creek. By Jamie Vaughn Last month, the Rogue River Home Rivers Initiative in Michigan hired eight high school students to form a “Green Team” to install and maintain green [ READ MORE... ]
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