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Delaney Hunt battles a nice Dolly Varden on a clear-water tributary of the Stikine River in Southeast Alaska.   Dear President Obama, In July, I had the opportunity to take my 16-year-old daughter on the fishing trip of a lifetime—we spent the better part of two weeks in Southeast Alaska, chasing [ READ MORE... ]
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By Jessica Strickland California has the most diverse variety of trout of any state in the continental U.S. There’s a good reason for this: the Golden State has the most varied climate and ecology of any of the Lower 48 states. But since the Gold Rush era a massive amount of cold water habitat in [ READ MORE... ]
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By Jamie Vaughn You don’t often expect to see ‘robotics’ and ‘coldwater conservation’ in the same sentence, but that’s not the case in Michigan’s Rogue River watershed. Some of the Rogue River Home Rivers Initiative’s most dedicated volunteers and river stewards are That ONE – Our Next Engineers – [ READ MORE... ]
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America's trout and salmon need cold, clean headwater streams. The new Clean Water Rule protects our nation's headwaters.     We, the nation’s sportsmen and women conservationists, salute the landmark action taken today by the EPA and the Army Corps to implement the Clean Water Rule. We are [ READ MORE... ]
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By Joe Norton From the historic log drives of the late 1860s, right up to the 1980s, land use practices have severely impaired the Indian Stream watershed. However, there are a few bright spots. Indian Stream’s numerous small tributaries have largely recovered with pools, riffles, ample instream [ READ MORE... ]
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by Helen Neville   Frequently pegged as geeky, and not always the most graceful communicators, we scientists struggle with how to translate our often wonky results to the public in ways that actually mean something to them.     Climate scientists perhaps face particular difficulty finding ways to [ READ MORE... ]
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By Paula Dobbyn This week marks the one-year anniversary of the Mount Polley mine disaster in British Columbia, Canada’s worst mine-related disaster. The tailings dam breach on Aug. 4, 2014, sent some 6.6 billion gallons of mine waste water and sludge into lakes and streams leading to the Fraser [ READ MORE... ]
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  by Randy Scholfield Many anglers and sportsmen have seen firsthand the ravages of climate change: Extreme drought. Raging wildfires. Warmer water temperatures. Stressed fish. Closed rivers. This is a serious threat to the sport and fisheries we love. We don’t need more talk as usual. We need [ READ MORE... ]
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Lahontan cutthroat trout occupy less than 9 percent of their historic stream and river habitat according to Trout Unlimited's State of the Trout Report. By Brett Prettyman Working to protect and restore the headwaters of North American streams and rivers benefits more than trout. A myriad of [ READ MORE... ]
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Steve Moyer, Trout Unlimited's VP of government affairs, discusses the Clean Water Rule at a rally at Snitz Creek Brewery on July 13. By Mark Taylor LEBANON, Pa. -- At Snitz Creek Brewery, beer and trout are closely intertwined. Brews on tap include Opening Day IPA, Brown Trout Stout and the [ READ MORE... ]
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