By Helen Neville The relationship between fish, people and water in Nevada is a sordid tale, with Walker Lake, nestled in the western corner of the state, as a particularly interesting character.
Trout Unlimited President and CEO Chris Wood delivered his annual State of TU presentation to members at TU's annual meeting last fall in New Mexico. The message?
Climate news: Striped bass taking bite out of Atlantic salmon
Warming waters in Canada's Maritimes are allowing for an explosion of striped bass numbers in waters that are historically Atlantic salmon habitat.
By Chris Hunt
Climate change: What does the future hold for trout anglers?
By Helen Neville Are you an angler concerned about climate change, looking for some educational outreach tools?
Posted in Conservation, West of The Rockies, Fly Tying, Greater Yellowstone Area, Chapter Sites Users Group
By Jack Williams
TroutBlitz helps TU Science Team catalog wild troutPosted in Conservation, Photographers
Redband trout, Middle Fork John Day River, Ore. Photo by John McMillan. By Matt Barney TU’s TroutBlitz is in full swing, and we’ve had a great response with some nice photos of trout.
Idahoans tell Legislature to abandoned public lands takeover
You never really know what you're going to get when you bring a bunch of eastern Idahoans together for a public hearing on matters pertaining to natural resources.