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This week TROUT Magazine editor Kirk Deeter is back to discuss the haul for trout anglers. Watch as Deeter discusses a technique which can be practiced while out on the water this summer."The trick is not to let your arms fly apart too far," says Deeter. "Rather it's like playing an accordion." [ READ MORE... ]
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By Tasha Sorensen What do you hold sacred? Is it family, friends, storytelling, or number of ‘likes’ on your post? Maybe it is walking your dog, a new truck, more money, a secure job, traveling, what others think about you or memories. Maybe it is all, or none, of those things. If remote and [ READ MORE... ]
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  By Randy Scholfield For Kevin Terry, preserving native trout is a passion—and his colleagues in the conservation community are taking notice. The Trout Unlimited fisheries biologist and project manager, based in Colorado’s San Luis Valley, was recently awarded the Gila Trout Award at the Native [ READ MORE... ]
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by Brian Zupancic Defying the notion that Congress is locked in partisan gridlock, the Senate recently passed a comprehensive package of energy legislation.  The Energy Policy and Modernization Act, S.2012 saw Senate floor action earlier in the year, but was ultimately held back over contentious [ READ MORE... ]
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By Randy Scholfield “We are facing a water urgency in the West,” said Sen. Ron Wyden of Oregon, at the outset of hearings today on drought legislation in the Senate’s Energy and Natural Resources Subcommittee on Water and Power.  And at the outset, Sen. Wyden commended Trout Unlimited and “ [ READ MORE... ]
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Large wood additions on the East Fork of the Greenbrier River in West Virginia provide important habitat for brook trout -- and a fishing location for a young angler. By Gary Berti In West Virginia, partnerships are critical as Trout Unlimited works on habitat restoration programs in the Potomac [ READ MORE... ]
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by Randy Scholfield If you want some good clues about river health, check out the bug life. Trout Unlimited, Mountain Studies Institute and partners today announced plans for a multi-year monitoring of the Animas River in southwest Colorado to gauge the overall health of the Animas River and [ READ MORE... ]
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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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