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A little girl checks out a bucket of Bonneville cutthroat trout before they were stocked into Mill Creek after a 100-year absence.    It’s a good news/bad news Monday for trout-lovers in the West.   First, the good news. After a century of absence, thanks to a dam and the trimmings of progress in [ READ MORE... ]
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Nearly 9,000 native Bonneville cutthroat trout, the state fish, were recently released in Mill Creek Canyon east of Salt Lake City. Mill Creek is now an entirely native fish system with Bonneville cutthroat, mountain suckers and longnosed dace all reintroduced after nonnative fish were removed. [ READ MORE... ]
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TROUT Magazine Editor Kirk Deeter, also the co-author of The Little Red Book of Fly Fishing, prepares to cast for northern pike on Saskatchewan's Reindeer Lake.    Editor's note: The following is excerpted from The Little Red Book of Fly Fishing, by Kirk Deeter and Charlie Meyers.   Dare to be [ READ MORE... ]
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A Colorado River cutthroat trout from the Roan Plateau. Photo by Chris Hunt   There’s great news from Colorado today, as two landscapes with some very fishy resources earned protection from the drill bit. The Roan Plateau in western Colorado—home to a unique strain of native Colorado River [ READ MORE... ]
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Fall weather is finally descending over much of America, and that means it's streamer season on some of the country's more storied trout rivers.    Fall is spawning season for brown trout and brook trout, which means eggs will be drifting throughout the water column, and flies that incorporate just [ READ MORE... ]
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A brown trout ... from Argentina.   If you're like me, you spend a bit of time each morning, coffee perched precariously close to the computer keyboard, "reading the paper." And "the paper," of course, is purely relative—for me, in consists of the usual online check-ins here in my local community ( [ READ MORE... ]
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The Savage River in Maryland could be designated the state's first "wild and scenic" river. File photo.   It’s Tuesday, Nov. 15, just a week after Donald Trump shocked the world, pulling off one of the most surprising election upsets ever. He’s now America’s president-elect, and that’s where we’ll [ READ MORE... ]
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A Buckinghorse River Arctic grayling. Photo by the author.   by Chris Hunt   I stood precariously in my flip-flops atop a slate-gray rock overlooking the Buckinghorse River. Shading the welcome sun from my face and eyeing a patch of soft water on the other side of the riffle flowing at my feet, I [ READ MORE... ]
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Trout Unlimited photo. By Corey Fisher One of the unique things about wind and solar energy development is that they rely on a clean source of energy that can’t be used up in the same way as fossil fuels. However, a challenge for these developments is that they often require scaling up across a [ READ MORE... ]
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A Bristol Bay rainbow trout.  by Chris Wood This was an uncommon and rancorous election, but the outcome is not. As is the case every four years, many are excited about the prospects for the new administration, and many are afraid of what it means for things they care about. I want to take a moment [ READ MORE... ]
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