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Lake trout are making a comeback in Lake Michigan. Lake trout, the oft-maligned deepwater char that took over Yellowstone Lake and literally ate the native cutthroat trout out of house and home over the last two decades, is actually making a comeback in some of the Great Lakes, where it's native. [ READ MORE... ]
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Jako Lucas has been fly fishing the world and making movies about it for some time now, but his latest effort about the massive fish of Yakutia might be one for the ages. The region most folks only know exists on the playing map of the boardgame "Risk," is plenty fishy, as you'll see in the trailer [ READ MORE... ]
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This year's Fly Fishing Film Tour, of which Trout Unlimited is a longtime sponsor, features a unique film made possible in part by a TU grant to filmmaker Sophie Danison. Danison was awarded the grant as part of an effort to showcase the work women do in the field of filmmaking—her new film, 'Old [ READ MORE... ]
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Bob Saile, former outdoor editor of the Denver Post. Photo courtesy of The Denver Post. by Chris Hunt As a displaced Colorado kid growing up in the Big Thicket of East Texas in the 1980s, I found my adventure in words. I scrounged couch-cushion change and earned lawn-mowing cash, just to run down [ READ MORE... ]
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Buy a beer, help TU. Several years back, I got the chance to tour the Upslope Brewing Co. in Boulder, Colo., just as we were negotiating an agreement with the company's top officer, Henry Wood. Upslope, at the time, was on the verge of a big growth spurt, but Wood and his team wanted to make sure, [ READ MORE... ]
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By Chris Wood The one that got away isn’t always a fish. Eighteen years ago, I got a phone call from the forest supervisor of the Rogue-Siskiyou National Forest in southwest Oregon. He wanted President Clinton to use his authority under the Antiquities Act to make a big chunk of the forest a [ READ MORE... ]
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False casting is a necessary evil for fly casters, but it's important to realize that it serves several purposes. First, if you're fishing dry flies, it helps dry your fly and keep the fly floating longer during a fishing session. Second, as TROUT Magazine Editor Kirk Deeter demonstrates in this [ READ MORE... ]
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By Sam Davidson I read recently that the Millennial generation cares more about experiences than possessions. This was gratifying to me, as I have hewn to that credo myself since I was old enough to understand the choice—and my two children are the tail end of the Millennials. It got me thinking [ READ MORE... ]
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I'm warming to streamer fishing for trout, but I'll be the first to admit, I'm a late convert. My aversion to heaving heavy flies into deep water using sink-tips, shooting heads or full-on sinking lines could more aptly be described as an abhorance of the inconvenient. Throwing that much weight [ READ MORE... ]
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Redfish Lake, Sawtooth National Forest, Idaho. Photo by Chris Hunt by Chris Hunt I admit it. I'm biased. I love my home state of Idaho. Home to sprawling sage-brush seas, sky-piercing mountains, old-growth cedar and spruce forests and some of the best trout water on the planet, it's no accident [ READ MORE... ]
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