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Pictured: Salmon Lake by Justin Koller This essay is part of an ongoing blog series on the Tongass National Forest, featuring the healthy & productive waters of the "Tongass 77." If you are interested in learning more, please see the intro page and other posts by clicking here. By: Mark [ READ MORE... ]
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  By Steve Moyer The Hon. Rob Bishop, chairman of the House Natural Resources Committee, one of the most important committees in Congress for trout and salmon conservation and sportsmen’s issues, has had a lot to say about the Land and Water Conservation Fund reauthorization this year. Yesterday, [ READ MORE... ]
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This essay is part of an ongoing blog series on the Tongass National Forest, featuring the healthy & productive waters of the "Tongass 77." If you are interested in learning more, please see the intro page and other posts by clicking here.   Photos and essay by Roger Harding   I know the term [ READ MORE... ]
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Record summer heat and an ongoing drought make for tough conditions for our country's trout and salmon. By Jack Williams The summer of 2015 was a hot one by almost any measure. According to NOAA, July was the warmest month since record-keeping began in 1880 and was 1.46 degrees Farenheit above the [ READ MORE... ]
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It turns out that most steelhead anglers, despite our reputation, actually agree on a lot of things. Today, Trout Unlimited released the results of an extensive poll of more than 630 active steelhead anglers in California, Oregon and Washington that reveals broad support for wild steelhead [ READ MORE... ]
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(Photo by Matt Smythe) By MARK HIERONYMUS Sept. 23 marked the official end of summer and the beginning of fall, but in Southeast Alaska words like “summer” and “fall” are less about the calendar and more about the level of activity. While fall is the cooling off period, summers full of salmon bring [ READ MORE... ]
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Trout Unlimited's John McMillan got a chance to talk steelhead with Seattle's King 5 network this week. At the top of his list was a proposal that will designate certain rivers in the Puget Sound area as gene banks - rivers that will be managed for wild fish without the addition of hatchery plants [ READ MORE... ]
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blog BY chris_hunt ON September 25 - 1 COMMENTS
State of TU, 2015
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Video of The 2015 State of Trout Unlimited – Chris Wood, CEO   Dear TU member, Conservation is about people. It is about people who make a determined commitment to lend their time, talent, and treasure to make their communities better places to live. In the past year alone, we succeeded in [ READ MORE... ]
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By John McMillan A few days ago, after some of my favorite rivers had reopened to angling, I made the 40 minute drive to Forks, Washington, to fish for cutthroat. The river (which shall go unnamed) was slightly tannin-stained due to recent rains. Fortunately, those rains had boosted streamflows [ READ MORE... ]
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Jack Bombardier, guide and LWCF supporter, on the Colorado River by Randy Scholfield The countdown has begun: Congress has a matter of days to reauthorize the Land and Water Conservation Fund--one of the most successful conservation programs in U.S. history--before it expires on Sept. 30. Why is [ READ MORE... ]
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