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 TU's Veterans Service Partnership partnered with Project Healing Waters recently to provide a fly fishing trip for 8 wounded warrior Vets to Slough Creek in Yellowstone National Park.
Blog Post BY mtdave ON July 17, 2014 - 0 COMMENTS
Wounded Warriors Visit Yellowstone
The therapeutic energy of fly fishing for trout in the mountains and around moving water is well proven, and nowhere was this more evident than during the TU Veterans Service Partnership's recent trip to Yellowstone Park and  Silvertip Ranch on Slough Creek.
Fishing Reports BY mtdave ON June 17, 2014 - 0 COMMENTS
Salmonflies on the Big Hole!
Salmonflies are out on the Big Hole River, and the fishing has been excellent!
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission has approved a new regulation requiring that all boats operating on public fresh water anywhere in Texas be drained before leaving or approaching a lake or river to help combat the further spread of zebra mussels and other invasive species. [ READ MORE... ]
Fishing Reports BY mtdave ON May 19, 2014 - 0 COMMENTS
Opening Day 2014 in Montana!
Opening day in Montana on my favorite "no name" small stream!
Blog Post BY mtdave ON May 19, 2014 - 0 COMMENTS
Boat Inspections Matter! boaters head to the launch, they want to be sure they're not putting the ecosystem at risk. Last year 15,000 boats entered Lake Tahoe, and every one of them had the potential to bring an invasive species.
One could make the case that the Madison-Gallatin Chapter of Trout Unlimited is the “Keeper of the Crown Jewels” of North American trout rivers and streams.
Canadian scientists are planning an "open water" experiment to control Zebra mussels utilizing an interesting new technique.....
Despite new research on Didymo, anglers should continue to employ the clean angling techniques and inspect, clean, and dry their fishing equipment, waders, and boots.
Minnesota DNR providing aquatic invasive species training