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Share your #ResponsibleRecreation posts and win a fly rod

Share your #ResponsibleRecreation posts and win a fly rod

Everything is a little different these days, thanks to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, and how and where we fish should be different, too. That said, fishing can be perfectly safe if we take the right precautions, and we’re encouraging all TU members and supporters to get outside and go fishing, but to do so using wisdom and caution. To that end, we’re inviting everyone, whether they are a TU member or not, to share photos and stories with us that show anglers practicing #ResponsibleRecreation and, in the process, have a chance to win some great prizes from TU...

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