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Fly fishing for winter steelhead in Washington's Methow River.   By Laura Zeimer I’ve been working on water in the Northern Rockies for almost two decades now. As anyone out here knows, if you work on water, and you’re in the Rocky Mountains, you’re working on drought. Drought in the West is a [ READ MORE... ]
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Wild trout, such as this beautiful brown, lure anglers from across the East to the scenic upper Delaware River. (Photo courtesy of Friends of the Upper Delaware River.)   By Mark Taylor Establishing a management plan for a large, dam-affected river system can be a complicated task. When that river [ READ MORE... ]
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By Jeff Witten As an avid fisherman and long-time Trout Unlimited member, I have become increasingly concerned about climate change and the impacts it will have on fishing.   Accordingly, I undertake various activities to engage the public through things like chairing TU’s Climate Change Working [ READ MORE... ]
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 By Jason Willis The Kerber Creek watershed comprises just over 64,000 acres in the northern San Luis Valley of Colorado.  The headwaters drain through the historic Bonanza Mining District, which is littered with left over draining adits and mine waste/tailing piles from decades of mining.  Several [ READ MORE... ]
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By Dean Finnerty   In early February, members from the Redsides and Coastal Cutthroat chapters joined forces with members of Project Healing Waters and the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife to begin several week’s worth of volunteer work as part of Trout Unlimited’s “citizen science” effort [ READ MORE... ]
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by Danielle Adams For Colorado, the snowpack levels don’t only affect recreation, they affect our way of life. While the accumulation may wreak havoc on commutes, the snow provides Colorado with some much-needed moisture during the hotter, drier months. Thanks to a strong El Niño winter, the [ READ MORE... ]
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Packed house in Talkeetna. Photo by Kalyn Simon By Jenny Weis At a small airplane hangar renovated into a community theater and art space in “downtown” Talkeetna, Alaska, every seat was filled with locals excited to see their efforts to protect their river, economy and way of life hit the “big [ READ MORE... ]
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  The Big Wood River of Idaho is getting a check-up, and recent findings indicate that there are opportunities to improve the river’s health.   Trout Unlimited and the Wood River Land Trust recently began a partnership called the Big Wood Home Rivers Initiative. The goal of the initiative is to [ READ MORE... ]
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By Joel R. Johnson   You may have noticed the explosion of online video and film celebrating flyfishing and conservation lately. An astounding 300 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute! TU corporate partner Orvis' video site THE TUG has over a 1,000 fly fishing films and hundreds of [ READ MORE... ]
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The Clean Water Rule, when fully implemented, will protect small headwater streams like this one in southwest Montana from unpermitted development.  By Steve Moyer Yesterday, President Obama vetoed Senate Joint Resolution 22, a measure that would have derailed the Clean Water Rule and denied [ READ MORE... ]
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