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Here's a little good news for your weekend. A few days ago, a year to the day that tens of thousands of coldwater fish were killed in the Yellowstone River due to low flows, high water temperatures, and associated disease, TU signed an agreement with Kinross—a mining company out of Toronto—that [ READ MORE... ]
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By Chris Hunt   The old two-track along the small stream in Idaho’s Caribou National Forest sees some ATVs now and then, but not too many folks in their Razors are there to fish, thankfully.   It’s not a secret stream, not by any means. But it take some effort to get there. And once you’re there, [ READ MORE... ]
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This may come as a shock to a lot of anglers out there, but the state with the most miles of trout water isn't Montana or Colorado. It's not Idaho or Wyoming or California.  It's Pennsylvania. And in Pennsylvania, folks are serious about their trout water, so much so that state Fish and Boat [ READ MORE... ]
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At the beginning of summer, I reached out to John Van Vleet at Scientific Anglers. It was going to be what I was calling the "3-weight summer," and I wanted to take the opportunity to review some light-weight fly lines under a variety of circumstances.  John sent me several lines to use this summer [ READ MORE... ]
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The area around Fernie, B.C., is a trout fisher's paradise. I had the good fortune to visit last summer, and strategizing for a September visit this year. For big cutthroats on dry flies and the chance for double-digit bull trout, this place is likely the best on earth. Clearly B.C. part [ READ MORE... ]
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Editor's note: The TU Costa Five Rivers Native Odyssey team spent the summer traveling across America in search of native trout. This installment: Idaho.  Public Land: Sawtooth National Forest The Sawtooth National Forest encompasses 2,110,408 acres largely in Idaho, but also partially in Utah. It [ READ MORE... ]
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The author preparing to use the whole salmon, rather than just the filets. By Dave Atcheson While I’m a “catch and release” fisherman when it comes to rainbow trout, like most Alaskans I look forward to filling my freezer with salmon every summer. Over the years I’ve become pretty adept at [ READ MORE... ]
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Moments before the fateful spill, East Carson River. By Sam Davidson The defining moment of a recent road trip to fish some of the fabled streams along the east side of the Sierra came mere seconds after I snapped a photo of TMP getting a good drift through a sweet reach of the East Carson River. [ READ MORE... ]
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Photo: The Missoulian Yesterday was a tough day in Montana. Not only did a train pulling 30 cars of coal derail and overturn on the banks of the Clark Fork River, but the mining company seeking permission to dig for heavy metals in the headwaters of the Smith River received preliminary approval and [ READ MORE... ]
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By Kirk Deeter In the last issue of TROUT, Kris Millgate reported that Yellowstone National Park is considering a ban of felt-soled wading boots. And that prompted several letters to the editor, including some that criticized us for "advocating" for the ban, merely by writing about a proposal (just [ READ MORE... ]
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