Author

Brennan Sang

  • Conservation

    Tailwaters in a warming world

    The White River in Arkansas is an excellent trout fishery, but only because it's trout section flows out of the bottom of a dam, creating a constant supply of cold water.  By Jared Carpenter It’s safe to say that most TU members fish in the tailwaters below dams at least occasionally. Essentially, tailwaters are the…

  • TROUT Magazine

    New Brand Guidelines Are Here

    Written by Joel Johnson So far we have trained over seventy five volunteer leaders at TU on the new TU brand guidelines. In August and September through two webinar workshops, volunteers received detailed instruction on how to apply the new brand assets - namely the new national TU logo, and guidance on incorporating the new…

  • Import

    Fall River Projects on the Rise

    Spring is Around the Corner and Fall River Projects Begin this May   Fall River in Winter.JPG       As the weather warms, and our snow melts, we begin to get back into the field and start our planning for a busy 2015 on the Fall River.  With this mild winter, many of us…

  • Conservation

    Parasites in brook trout on the rise

    Gill lice in a Wisconsin brook trout. Photo courtesy of Wisconsin Trout Unlimited. By Jack Williams In Wisconsin, Department of Natural Resources staff are finding increasing rates of gill lice parasitism in brook trout as waters warm. In North Carolina, the same gill lice have been found for the first time on brook trout from…

  • Browns Canyon becomes Colorado’s newest national Monument

    By Kyle Perkins On Thursday, President Obama will designate Browns Canyon National Monument, a move that will be cheered by sportsmen across Colorado and across America. It's taken years of tough, grassroots work from Trout Unlimited and its partners to finally protect this breathtaking canyon along the Gold Medal waters of the Arkansas River. This…

  • Browns Canyon becomes Colorado's newest national Monument

    By Kyle Perkins On Thursday, President Obama will designate Browns Canyon National Monument, a move that will be cheered by sportsmen across Colorado and across America. It’s taken years of tough, grassroots work from Trout Unlimited and its partners to finally protect this breathtaking canyon along the Gold Medal waters of the Arkansas River. This…

  • Import

    Used Christmas Trees Become Habitat for Coho Salmon

    Christmas for Coho is proud to announce we collected 400 used Christmas trees this January, which will be placed in an off-channel wetland complex in Oregon's Necanicum River as habitat enhancement for threatened coho salmon.    This project began in January of 2011 when the Tualatin Valley Chapter of Trout Unlimited started collecting used Christmas…