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First graders prepare to release salmon fingerlings into the Rogue River. The students from Assumption School in Belmont, Mich., participate in the Michigan Department of Natural Resources Salmon in the Classroom program. By Jamie Vaughan The 8th grade students at Assumption School in Belmont, Mich [ READ MORE... ]
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It’s May – and the weather is unsettled across most of the country. That can only mean one thing – good fishing is just around the corner! Sure, we’re also busy planting willows on riverbanks. We’re teaching youth in classrooms about trout biology. We’re working with our neighbors to take out [ READ MORE... ]
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Earlier this year Trout Unlimited, Orvis, COSTA and the Fly Fishing Film Tour announced a new program designed to increase the representation of women in fly fishing film. We did this because while women are a fast growing demographic of new anglers – they weren’t often enough the subject of fly [ READ MORE... ]
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Photo by Oliver Rogers   By Andrew Loffredo When I graduated college in May 2015 and shared with my peers that I was going to be working for a non-profit conservation organization to work with college fly fishing clubs nationwide, I got a variety of responses ranging from, “Whoa, that's sick,” to [ READ MORE... ]
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Girl Scouts take part in a STREAM Girls weekend. Trout Unlimited photo. By Franklin Tate GAP CREEK, South Carolina — What is it with kids and creeks anyway? How does all of that moving, riffling, sometimes very cold water work its spell on the young brain, rendering whole groups of boys and girls [ READ MORE... ]
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by Barbara Plake Although it is still the case that fly-fishing is male dominated, more women are becoming interested in this sport. Why should men have all the fun? One of the barriers to women joining the contingent of fly-fishers is lack of knowledge. Unlike many men who are introduced to [ READ MORE... ]
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A little more than five years ago, Trout Unlimited conducted a survey of female members seeking guidance on how we were serving them as members, engaging them as leaders and providing them opportunities to be active participants in our community – at all levels of the organization. Since that time [ READ MORE... ]
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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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