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The Upper James River watershed drains more than 3,000 square miles of western Virginia encompassing 10 counties and hundreds of tributary streams -- the lifeblood of the James River.
The Eastern Sierra is well known for its majestic peaks, geographic isolation, and world-class angling for wild trout. This region often draws comparisons to Montana for its diverse year-round fishing opportunities in the Walker, Owens and Carson River watersheds.
The Truckee River watershed offers one of the most diverse fishing experiences in the West. One can find pure Lahontan cutthroat trout in the Truckee's headwaters in roadless backcountry above iconic Lake Tahoe, the country's largest alpine lake.
The once-prolific runs of coho salmon and steelhead along California’s central and northern coast have declined precipitously since the 1950s, due to a variety of factors. California's coho salmon are now estimated at merely 1% of their historic abundance.
The Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia is drained by a portion of the mighty Potomac River, and has abundant trout resources. The region is graced with karst, limestone geology that provides streams with cold, buffered spring water.
The Lahontan Basin is an exceptional landscape that spans three western states: California, Oregon, and Nevada. Part of the Great Basin, this semi-arid region is rich in fish and wildlife and provides outstanding fishing, hunting and outdoor recreation opportunities.
The Catskills are known as the birthplace of American flyfishing. Replete with rivers and streams, the area is a destination for many thousands of fisherman and women each year.
Pebble Creek, once a stronghold of threatened Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout in the Portneuf River watershed, has been degraded over time. Impaired water quality, loss of habitat, reduced stream flow, and streambank degradation has occurred due to historical poor land use practices.The overall goa
TU is working with the Fire Mountain Canal and Reservoir Company and the Bureau of Reclamation on repairing the diversion structure and low head dam for the canal on the North of the Gunnison River to make the diversion and dam more fish friendly and to make the operations of the canal more effi
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