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Blog Post BY mtdave ON October 23, 2014 - 0 COMMENTS
The Invisible Injury of War
When they return from war, our Veterans and wounded warriors face many challenges, both physical and psychological.
Blog Post BY mtdave ON October 20, 2014 - 0 COMMENTS
VSP Trip to Montana a success!
On behalf of TU's VSP program, I would like to thank everyone who contributed to the wonderful trip to Jefferson Island Ranch!  TU VSP hosted a fine group of 6 wounded warrior/Vets who enjoyed spectacular weather, beautiful scenery, excellent fishing, and even better company.
The TU Veterans Service Partnership (VSP) program is hosting a group of 6 wounded warrior/Vets for a Montana fly fishing trip at the Jefferson Island Ranch on the Jefferson River near Whitehall, Montana.
Blog Post BY mtdave ON August 24, 2014 - 3 COMMENTS
TAPS Montana Men's Retreat a Success!
Working with the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS), TU's Veterans Service Partnership hosted 2 great days of fly fishing in the Paradise Valley south of Livingston, Montana.
Dogs trained by an organization based in Three Forks, Montana are being utilized to sniff out Zebra mussels in watercraft. Preventing the spread of Zebra mussels by watercraft is one of the primary focus points in the effort to control the spread of this deadly invasive species, and preliminary r
TU's Veterans Service Partnership (VSP) and the Tragedy Assistance Program for Surivors are collaborating on a Montana trip for men who have lost loved ones in military service.
 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... ]