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The 2016 TAPS Montana Men's Retreat/TU VSP event is in the books! This was TU VSP's third year of partnering with TAPS on the Montana Men's Retreat, and this year's event was another outstanding event.
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Blog Post BY mtdave ON September 22, 2016 - 0 COMMENTS
Flies to Use on the Fishing Day
I've been getting quite a few questions regarding fly patterns to use on the Annual Meeting Fishing Day, and I have some suggestions.  First, I firmly believe in getting my flies and fly suggestions from the local fly shops and guides where I am going fishing.
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The rest of the Yellowstone River re-opens to fishing tomorrow, Friday, September 23rd!!!!!!! The trout and Mountain Whitefish eagerly await our Annual Meeting Fishing Day TU Anglers!  
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I need to get out more....  I was on the upper Madison for a few days helping to lead a TU Veterans Service Partnership event iwth TAPS, Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors.
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I need to get out more....  I was on the upper Madison for a few days helping to lead a TU Veterans Service Partnership event iwth TAPS, Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors.
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The dates of the Annual TU Meeting in Bozeman are fast approaching, and the fishing is improving every day!  Southwest Montana has been receiving much needed cooler weather and precipitation, some of it in the form of snow in the mountains, and the trout are responding!
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Congrats and thank you to Coulee TU Chapter on running its very first Veterans Service Partnership event! I will let the words of Coulee TU's Will Lusignan and the pictures from the outing speak to the success of the event! Well done Coulee TU!
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Day 1 of the TAPS TU VSP Men's Retreat at Parade Rest Ranch near West Yellowstone, Montana was a great success!  We caught some nice trout, rode some horses (nobody got bucked off!), and enjoyed the peace and tranquility of the mountains and moving water of southwest Montana!
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Blog Post BY mtdave ON September 13, 2016 - 0 COMMENTS
Whirling Disease Discovered in Bow River
More cases of whirling disease have been found in Banff National Park — this time in the Bow River, elevating concerns for southern Alberta’s fish populations.    
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Blog Post BY mtdave ON September 9, 2016 - 0 COMMENTS
Annual Meeting Update September 9
Fishing conditions continue to improve, and the outlook for great fishing during the upcoming TU Annual Meeting in Bozeman is great!  The weather has cooled off, dramatically, we've had snow in the mountains, and river temperatures have dropped into the perfect range for good fishing!  
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