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Across the country, trout fishing is finally warming up after a bitter winter.  Streams in the Rockies are flush with snowmelt.  In the East, spring rains mean small brook trout streams are roaring.  Come late summer, though, many of these waters where you’re catching fish now may be reduced to [ READ MORE... ]
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The excitement on her face when she brings her first native Colorado River cutthroat trout to her hands is infectious. Although she has only been fly fishing for a year seventeen year-old Haley Powell has spent the greater part of her life with her family and friends in places like Little Mountain [ READ MORE... ]
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Words and Images by Steven Brutger Between the spring thaw and the first fall snow, there is a small window where you can access the Wyoming high country. Places like Little Mountain and the Wyoming Range, which are home to thriving populations of deer and elk as well as native trout, are [ READ MORE... ]
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This Is Fly Magazine takes a look into the personal account of one man's adventures on the famous Green River outside of Dutch John, Utah. Flip through the beautifully designed digital pages of this magazine and you will find yourself spending more time on your lunch break than you had originally [ READ MORE... ]
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Steven Brutger and Louis Cahill search for Cutthroats and Balance in the Wyoming Range in the most recent issue of This Is Fly Magazine. Please have a look and read why the Wyoming Range should stay as it is.   If you haven't read Louis Cahill and Kent Klewein's blog 'Gink and Gasoline' take some [ READ MORE... ]
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The wind blows in Wyoming. So much so that over much of its southern acreage, trees live in a constant state of sideways, bowing to the prevailing forces. Tumbleweed bounces through prairie sagebrush. The earth’s guts, buttes, and sawtooth ridgelines live outside its skin—exposed. There are rivers [ READ MORE... ]
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