CCF Member Barbara Gerber: Taken on the South Fork of the Snake River, during our South Fork Lodge trip.
2011 CCF Trips
The 2011 Trips schedule is now available. Our trips have everything planned for you. Just sign up, sit back, relax and enjoy the company of your fellow anglers.
Conserving Entire Watersheds
TU and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation have teamed up to protect, reconnect and restore entire watersheds and their native fish communities. According to TU Senior Scientist Jack Williams, native trout often become the focal points for these larger projects because we know more about trout than most other fish in the watersheds and if the streams can support trout, they are likely to be good for the other native species as well. Read more. 
CCF Conference Call: Biotech Salmon: The Science of Today's Threats & Lessons from the Past
Anders Halverson, author of An Entirely Synthetic Fish and TU's Senior Scientist Jack Williams joined participating CCF members for a discussion on the topic of genetically altered salmon being approved for consumption. Read more. 
An Entirely Synthetic Fish - Anders Halverson
Take a peek at a review of An Entirely Synthetic Fish written by fellow CCF member, Leigh Seippel. Read the book review. 
Winter Fishing Tip
Enjoy the tip below from Toner Mitchell, veteran guide of the The Reel Life fly shop in Sante Fe, New Mexico. Toner has been fly fishing for 37 years and guiding anglers for 15 years in places like Alaska, California, Utah, Ohio and now, New Mexico. Like you, he's a TU member and avid sportsman. Here's some of his best advice on fishing the cold months this year when trout are holding in deep, tricky lies. Read his tip for combating the cold. 
What TU Projects Are You Interested In Learning More About?
Let us know which projects interest you most. Take our survey. 
CCF Spotlight - Jim Greene
Jim Greene has been fishing for over 55 years. Learn about his favorite spot, why he chose to join the CCF and what project inspires him most. Read Jim's story. 
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You've Got Questions, We've Got Answers.
Is there something you've wanted to know about TU's work? Now's your chance to find out. Send your question to Lisa Durkin  and we'll answer it in a future issue of the Angler.