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Following is an update from Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks on the status of PKD in the Yellowstone.  Some good news, and some not so good.  Hopefully, we'll see some role back of the 183 mile long Yellowstone River closure and potential re-opening of some Yellowstone tributaries.  FOR IMMEDIATE [ READ MORE... ]
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Attention annual meeting fishing day folks!  We now have an opening on Willow Creek on the annual meeting fishing day, September 28th!  Willow Creek is a very cool fishery, a tributary of the Jefferson River, that is accessed by permission only.  Madison-Gallatin TU had reserved all 5 rods on [ READ MORE... ]
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The following article presents some encouraging news regarding Zebra and Quagga mussel control.  Zequanox, the product featured in this article, has been around for a few years, but the article indicates that extensive testing has shown that Zequanox is both effective and safe.  We would expect to [ READ MORE... ]
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Due to declining plankton populations, Lake Michigan waters are clearing, but the plankton decline has put the Lake's salmon fishery on life support. An interesting story about an effort to gather baseline info.  http://www.mlive.com/news/index.ssf/2016/08/a_high_tech_robot_is_zigzagg...
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  TU Angler Science is implementing a very cool new program we are calling "Discover Didymo Distribution" or D3, for short.  The project is kicking off in North Carolina with collaboration between Dr. Brad Taylor, head of the Department of Ecology at North Carolina State University, and the North [ READ MORE... ]
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  TU'ers are taking advantage of some great fall fishing opportunites in the fly fishing for trout capitol of the world, Bozeman, MT.  We have over 80 TU anglers signed up for the Fishing Day on September 28th!  We have reserved a couple of private water creeks for TU Annual Meeting attendees.  [ READ MORE... ]
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A prolific, aquatic invasive species first discovered in Michigan last year on the Pere Marquette River near Lake Michigan has now been found in the east branch of the Au Sable River near Grayling. This isn't good news.  NZMS populations are capable of exploding to densities of 500,000 per square [ READ MORE... ]
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Recent news reports of the discovery of two new aquatici invasive species in Michigan, New Zealand Mudsnails and Didymo should be of interest to TU member/anglers fishing Michigan rivers and streams.  Followng is a news article containing information about the recent discoveries.  http://www. [ READ MORE... ]
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Whirling disease has been detected in the Watauga River in North Carolina. The following article provides good information on the status of the discovery.  If you are fishing these waters, be especially careful to clean and dry your fishing gear and avoid moving fish, fish parts, plants, or water [ READ MORE... ]
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Didymo is showing up in many new locations and threatening the ecology of our cold water fisheries.  Why?  This is an excellent article on the current state of didymo research.  http://www.hcn.org/issues/47.5/the-case-of-the-snotty-streams
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