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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
Located near the second largest metropolitan area in Michigan, the Rogue River is an extremely important trout fishery in southern Michigan. The lower portion of the river is fabled for its excellent steelhead runs. The eastern tributaries host significant brook and brown trout populations. T
Icicle Creek is the largest tributary of the Wenatchee River subbasin.
The Upper Delaware Watershed is home to many of New Jersey’s best trout fishing waters, including the Musconetcong River, an area of concentration for TU over the past seven years.
For many anglers, the Owyhee is a "bucket list" destination. Synonymous with big trout in a gorgeous, almost magical setting.
The Salmon Kill, locally referred to as Salmon Creek, is a picturesque stream in northwest Connecticut that flows from its headwaters of Mount Riga to the Housatonic River.
The objective of the Barkley project is to eliminate or dramatically reduce mortality of listed fish species in the mainstem Methow River, specifically within the Barkley Irrigating Company’s diversion side-channel.
Fishing for large wild brook trout in a rushing New England stream is something every angler covets. There was a time when doing so was relatively easy. Streams were pristine and fish were plentiful. Now some are degraded and many hold fewer fish.
Browns Canyon is a prized wild trout fishery and critical backco
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