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he headwaters to Sherman Creek begin on the Pennsylvania Game Lands 70 and wind north through forested ravines, providing shade cover and cold, clean water for trout to live in and spawn.
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Blog Post BY Brennan ON November 8, 2013 - 0 COMMENTS
Babb Creek (northcentral Pennsylvania)
Early coal mining devastated Babb Creek, resulting in significant production of acid mine drainage with toxic concentrations of dissolved metals, including iron, aluminum and manganese. Most tributary streams and parts of the Babb Creek’s main stem were biologically dead by the late 1800s.
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It's not just abused streams that can be improved. Even the finest trout waters can be made better. TU's own Stephen Trafton, former Executive Director for the Henry's Fork Foundation, talks about the hard work that improved this gem of the rockies.
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Kim Brannock was trail running along the Deschutes in Bend Ore. when she noticed a pool of water in a dewatered side channel. The pool was full of fish struggling to survive in the small pool of warm, de-oxygenated water.
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Blog Post BY Brennan ON October 18, 2013 - 2 COMMENTS
It's finally over
Fall is my favorite season in Yellowstone Country. The crowds thin out, the colors change, the fishing picks up and the wildlife comes out in full force. Nothing says “autumn” to me like swinging flies on the Madison in the park.
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Video BY Brennan ON October 17, 2013 - 0 COMMENTS
Learn to use the Go Fishing map
One of the most exciting new tools on our new site is our interactive fishing map. Takes a few minutes and show learn the basics of using this great new tool.
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Discussion BY Brennan ON October 8, 2013 - 4 COMMENTS
Dry, Nymph or Streamer?
If you could only fish dry flies, nymphs or streamers for the rest of your life, what would you choose? Why?
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Gallery BY Brennan ON October 4, 2013 - 0 COMMENTS
TU Site Screencasts
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Learn how our new website is structured and how to set up a new account and fill out your profile.
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You voted '+1'.
A lot of us are gear hounds. We love our rods, our vests, pack and flies. They see a lot of abuse, and I often wonder what they'd say if they had a chance.