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Bags of greenback cutthroat yearlings being transferred to backpacks at Herman Gulch traihead.  (Photo: Helen H. Richardson/Denver Post) By Dan Omasta (All photos courtesy of Helen H. Richardson/The Denver Post) It was turning out to be another beautiful July day in Colorado, as over 50 staff and [ READ MORE... ]
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By Chris Hunt   The low grumble in Phoebe’s throat grew into a steady growl, and her floppy ears perked up. She stared across the Little Greys River Canyon in the fading twilight, clearly interested in something across the river.   “Hush,” I said instinctively, nursing a gin and tonic and staring [ READ MORE... ]
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Bonneville cutthroat trout Editor's note: TU's Costa Five Rivers Native Odyssey team visited Utah recently on its trip across America.  During our time in Utah, we sought four species of native cutthroat trout. Luckily for us, Utah has just the thing. The Utah Cutthroat Slam is a challenge that [ READ MORE... ]
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image.jpeg I have owned three suits in my life. The last one I bought was a classic seersucker to officiate at the outdoor wedding in Augustin Atlanta of my friends Neil and Mara (until that afternoon, I did not know one could sweat through a tie). The second was for my own wedding—a [ READ MORE... ]
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It's the best time of year for dry-fly fishers. It's "terrestrial season."  Hoppers, beetles and ants are the flavor of the day, and high-floating foam imitations are among the best flies out there to chase top-water trout that are looking for big meals during this rare time of plenty. [ READ MORE... ]
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There has been quite a bit of video and blog content lately from the "hog farms" of Appalachia—private stretches of carefully managed water planted with ginormous trout that literally turn heads and make one wonder if that's what trout fishing was really like along the Eastern Seaboard before it [ READ MORE... ]
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New water is always exciting, and, while I've fished Idaho's Salmon River a lot for steelhead over the years, I'd never poked into the river's extreme upper reaches at the base of Galena Summit, where the Sawtooths spread out to the northwest. My thought—and, frankly, my hope—was to get into some [ READ MORE... ]
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Eighteen species in two months across 10 states is one of the more challenging feats I have attempted to accomplish in my lifetime; and Utah posed as quite the challenge. But it’s OK, because the challenge is what keeps us fisherman coming back for more. We arrived in Utah in search of the Utah [ READ MORE... ]
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By Eric Booton I felt a slight hesitation as the group collectively chose to avert our former plans in order to float Willow Creek. I had the thought but I didn’t dare say it out loud. Was this going to be another fishless story from Willow Creek? I can’t recall how many times, but it can’t be too [ READ MORE... ]
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The head of a tiger trout. Paul Burnett/Trout Unlimited. By Brett Prettyman This is the tale of two fish. The take was similar. The tug was not. One easily provided more thrill than the other, but it was not the fish you would expect. I recently had the chance to visit the family ranch of a good [ READ MORE... ]
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