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The Yakima River Headwaters TU Chapter recently completed the first of many events on Crystal Creek, an intermittent tributary of the Yakima. Historically, the area of Roslyn and Ronald, WA were mining towns, and Crystal Creek bears the legacy of those operations. Smaller tributaries and springs [ READ MORE... ]
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In drought conditions, fish and wildlife will change their behaviors to avoid stressors - predators, water temperatures, and other recreational activities where human interactions can impact today's and future generations. In our closed or restricted streams and rivers in the headwaters, suction [ READ MORE... ]
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This steelhead didn't make it out of the Pajaro River, on California's central coast, before it dried up.   July 16, 2015. Today, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 2898, the Western Water and American Food Security Act, a bill largely driven by members representing California’s Central [ READ MORE... ]
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One of about a million things that I love about working in conservation is the fact that you tend to work with great people. Bright, innovative people with a desire to use their business to give back to conservation. Let me introduce you to one of them, our newest TU Business member. I think I met [ READ MORE... ]
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Steve Moyer, Trout Unlimited's VP of government affairs, discusses the Clean Water Rule at a rally at Snitz Creek Brewery on July 13. By Mark Taylor LEBANON, Pa. -- At Snitz Creek Brewery, beer and trout are closely intertwined. Brews on tap include Opening Day IPA, Brown Trout Stout and the [ READ MORE... ]
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What a winning fly looks like compared to its unused brother from the Utah Single Fly Tournament on the Green River By Brett Prettyman Rumors of the demise of the Trout Unlimited Single Fly Tournament on Utah’s Green River below Flaming Gorge Dam were greatly exaggerated – at least for a while. The [ READ MORE... ]
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By Chris Hunt This week, many members of Trout Unlimited's marketing and communications team will be in Orlando, Fla., for the joint ICAST and IFTD trade shows that bring the entire recreational fishing industry--fly and conventional--together under one roof.  According to the American Sportfishing [ READ MORE... ]
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By Greg McReynolds Thunder rolls in the distance as I move slowly to the water hoping to catch a glimpse of a Yellowstone cutthroat. The valley is broad here, the worn mountains still hold patches of snow in the high country and the foothills are Ireland green with the late spring rains that came [ READ MORE... ]
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In Oregon, a one-man bucket brigade is doing his part to save wild steelhead fry in creeks no longer connected to the main stem of the Rogue River due to drought.  The story, reported on by Mark Freeman at the Medford Mail Tribune, followed Pete Samarin as he tramped up the dried beds of Left Fork [ READ MORE... ]
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(Iskut River near the confluence with the Stikine River. Photo courtesy of Inside Passage Waterkeeper.) The British Columbia government today allowed Mount Polley mine to reopen, provoking concern from fishermen, tribes, tourism operators and others in neighboring Southeast Alaska. Mount Polley, in [ READ MORE... ]
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