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By Justin Bezold ‘Water.' The word seems simple enough, but ounce-for-ounce water is more valuable than gold. With adequate water, the Yakima Basin produces fish, hops, wine, fruit and a bustling recreational scene. Take away the water, as happens during droughts, and the basin usually struggles to [ READ MORE... ]
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By Jake Lemon In the past year I’ve been very lucky to take on the role of TU’s eastern shale gas monitoring coordinator, in which I train and support a cadre of angler scientists to conduct water quality monitoring. I’m luckier still because this job takes me to some of the best places in Central [ READ MORE... ]
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Fish for a cause – join Trout Unlimited and the Wood River Land Trust for the 2nd annual Big Wood Single Fly Like many western trout rivers, the Big Wood River in central Idaho has been impacted by past land-use practices, habitat loss, and reduced stream flows. As part of the Home Rivers [ READ MORE... ]
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By Brian Zupancic The annual appropriations process is in full swing, but this year things looks a little different. The last several years, appropriations bills important to TU have quickly stalled soon after they left the starting gate. This year, appropriations bills are moving through the [ READ MORE... ]
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This native redband trout was photographed in a headwater stream that is protected under the Clean Water Act thanks to a new EPA/Army Corps of Engineers clean water rule. Some in Congress seek to scrap that rule and once again put waters—and fish—like this one in jeopardy. Several riders in [ READ MORE... ]
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    Among the many benefits of Trout Unlimited's regional meetings is the opportunity for TU staffers to spend time with volunteer leaders, and for those of us on staff to hear about volunteer-driven projects that are improving coldwater habitat and, ultimately, making fishing better. Dan Daly is a [ READ MORE... ]
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The Green Team takes a look at a prairie restoration site at Luton Park. By Jamie Vaughn  June 8 was the first day of work for the newly hired Rogue River Green Team, a group of eight high school students from throughout the watershed that will install and maintain green infrastructure practices in [ READ MORE... ]
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With some help from former ADF&G biologist and Academy instructor, Dan Dunaway, David lands a nice rainbow.  Of course, the camera man was on the other side of the river when he caught the big one.       By Nelli Williams I had my head down puzzling over the schedule for the upcoming days (we  [ READ MORE... ]
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America's anglers recently scored a big victory when the EPA ruled to reinstate clean water rules for thousands of miles of our country's rivers and streams. Why should sportsmen care?  Listen to TU's Jason Amaro--who posts a regular "New Mexico Sportsman" series on YouTube--talk about the [ READ MORE... ]
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By Brian Zupancic When it comes to doing what sportsmen and women love to do most, it doesn’t get much better than public lands. Public lands are wild, open spaces where we can cast to trout and salmon in cold flowing streams, chase big game and upland birds on lands that belong to all of us. For [ READ MORE... ]
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