Wyoming school, TU solve trout problems - and win.
By Michael Power “The hope of the future lies not in curbing the influence of human occupancy – it is already too late for that – but in creating a better understanding of the extent of that influence and a new ethic for its governance.”
Grant keeps farmers, fishers working together on the upper Bear River
Utah National Public Radio aired a piece this week highlighting the work of Trout Unlimited's staff on the Upper Bear River.
Anglers were thrilled with a bill introduced this week by Rep. Gale Tarleton in Washington state that aims to reign in suction dredging.
Anglers praise bill that reins in suction dredgingPosted in Suction Dredge
Jan. 21, 2015 For immediate release Contact: Gregg Bafundo (206) 276-4843, email@example.comCrystal Elliot (509) 386-7768, firstname.lastname@example.org
What is TU is doing about suction dredging in Washington State?
What is Suction Dredging?
Trout Unlimited’s 5 Rivers college program is honored to have been selected by the American Fly Fishing Trade Association (AFFTA) as one of the inaugural recipients of an $8,050 AFFTA Fisheries Fund grant. The Fisheries Fund was established in 2014 to promote the sport and industry of fly fishing [ READ MORE... ]
The early spawning cutthroat trout of the Elwha River
Spend enough time looking at fish and you are eventually going to stumble onto something extra special. That was the case in mid-October in the Elwha River in 2010.
It's been a century. A full hundred years and then some since some of these waters have seen fish. Not all - but some. Some fish have been returning to the Lemhi Valley in sporadic numbers for years. But some places have not seen a salmon since the early 1900s. And now, they return - as though the [ READ MORE... ]
The river is going out. Big time. Sure, it’s been raining since the helicopter dropped us off six days ago, but only enough to ensure that everything we own is wet. A week of soggy sleeping bags and wrinkled fingers isn’t so bad when the river’s green.