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Editor's note: The following is experpted from TU's new book, "Trout Tips," which is available for overnight delivery.  When prospecting for trout, don't flock-shoot and cast to the top of the run where you think there might be a fish and let your fly drift throught the whole run. Split the pool or [ READ MORE... ]
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By Jenny Weis I imagine the following series of events has played out in households other than just mine: Partner loves fly fishing and goes all the time. Partner tells me *he thinks I, too, would love fly fishing.  I believe him and am genuinely excited for him to teach me! Partner teaches me to [ READ MORE... ]
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I've been a fan of the sling pack for a good decade now. A good sling is lighter than a vest, more streamlined than a backpack and, if you can find the right one, comfortable to wear in any number of fishing conditions.  But until now, no sling pack has been made specifically for women. Female [ READ MORE... ]
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Editor's Note: Five students from the TU Costa 5 Rivers Outreach Program have embarked on a once-in a-lifetime journey in pursuit of 16 native trout species, all on public lands. With support from the U.S. Forest Service, Costa Sunglasses, Simms Fishing Products, Fishpond and Post Fly Box, these [ READ MORE... ]
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We're close to backcountry trout season here in the West, but we might have to wait a bit longer this summer, given the copious runoff we're seeing in the region. Nevertheless, wandering off the beaten path—parking at the end of the road and then wearing out some shoe leather—is my favorite kind of [ READ MORE... ]
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Coalition members celebrate the removal of Veazie Dam on the Penobscot in 2013. A year ago, ocean-going fish in Maine's Penobscot River regained access to some 2,000 miles of spawning and rearing habitat thanks to the final step in a restoration project designed to bring the Penobscot drainage back [ READ MORE... ]
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By Chris Hunt When she was 11 months old, Delaney took some of her first ungainly steps in the blond sand of Luffenholzt Beach and dipped her toes in the cold Pacific. When she was 2, she stepped barefoot into the frigid September waters of Toponce Creek, high in the Portneuf Range of southeast [ READ MORE... ]
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Beverly Smith is TU's vice president of volunteer operations, and she's a heck of an angler who spends a lot of time on waters like the South Fork, the Henry's Fork and the Snake River through Jackson, Wyo. Her tip in TU's latest book, "Trout Tips" is spot on. You'd be wise to heed the following [ READ MORE... ]
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Looking for a way to flaunt your fishy style on the water or on the town? The Groovy Grayling Belt by FisheWear is a must-have accessory for any fashion-forward female angler.  This beautifully eye-catching design works perfectly with jeans and waders alike. It accommodates up to a 42” waist and [ READ MORE... ]
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Jeff’s two  step-daughters, Katherine (left) and Kaitlyn, ages seven and eight, show off their volunteer spirit on a recent Trout Unlimited streamside trash cleanup.   Editor's note: This is the first in a series of blog posts from TU leaders explaining their love for volunteering, for making [ READ MORE... ]
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