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Photo by Alan Corbett   By: Jenny Weis   It’s hard to overemphasize the beauty of the Tongass National Forest. Giant hemlock, spruce, and cedar trees cover most of Southeast Alaska’s islands and line the coasts, comprising the United States’ largest national forest. The Tongass attracts about 1.5 [ READ MORE... ]
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by Jason Amaro For many parts of the West, spring means muddy waters and high flows. In my beloved Southwest, spring means winds. Winds are often a fly caster's worst nighmare--they usually lead to chapped lips and knots--but not all winds are bad. Recently in Washington, D.C., there has been a [ READ MORE... ]
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Dr. Helen Neville takes genetic samples from Lahontan cutthroat trout in the Maggie Creek drainage of northern Nevada.   By Dr. Helen Neville Our national stream-scape is riddled by hundreds of thousands of road culverts that fragment trout populations and are a leading cause of the decline of [ READ MORE... ]
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by Randy Scholfield Colorado last week took a welcome step to return some sanity to the debate about public lands in the West. The state's General Assembly passed a bill that establishes Colorado Public Lands Day, which designates the third Saturday of May each year to acknowledge the importance of [ READ MORE... ]
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If you fly fish these days, chances are you spend some time online, whether it be searching out the recipe for your next fly tying session, sleuthing out your next great fishing adventure or communicating with your fellow anglers on topics ranging from destinations to etiquette to fishing itself [ READ MORE... ]
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Hello Yakima River Headwaters TU members and volunteers!    One of our goals for the Teanaway is an interactive map, housing water temperature and quality data, habitat projects, and organizations/partners in the watershed. At the recent IFFF Fair in Ellensburg, this idea was brainstormed further [ READ MORE... ]
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Scientists say that at least 2 percent of the young fish migrating to the sea (smolts) must survive and return as adults for upriver salmon and steelhead stocks to sustain themselves. That has happened only a few times in the last two decades. And science indicates that removing four lower Snake [ READ MORE... ]
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Students release trout they raised in their kingarten classroom under the watchful eye of their teacher, Eleanor Sather. Cole Larsen/Trout Unlimited By Eleanor Sather I am, above all, a teacher who wants to inspire in her students a curiosity in the natural world and a respect for the world around [ READ MORE... ]
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Students from New York prepare to release trout they raised from eggs. Trout Unlimited photo By Tara Granke WARD POUND RIDGE RESERVOIR, New York — Do you remember the first time you heard or saw a river? Some of us grew up hearing those sounds, so it might be difficult to remember the first time. [ 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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