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About Brett Prettyman

Trips with my dad to fish along the Wasatch Front of Utah are some of my earliest memories. I covered outdoors and environment for nearly 25 years at the Salt Lake Tribune and wrote the ... Read more about Brett Prettyman

Native cutthroat trout making comeback in Yellowstone Lake

Diana Miller with a Yellowstone cutthroat trout caught in a tributary to Yellowstone Lake in the summer of 2018. Dave Sweet photo. Trout Unlimited is devoting the month of September to celebrating public lands and the agencies dedicated to upholding America’s public land heritage. It’s no coincidence that National Hunting and Fishing Day and National … Read more

How a guide became a great conservationist

Thirty five years exploring the waters of Wyoming’s Carbon County as a fishing guide connected Jeff Streeter to the landscape of the region in a way few come to realize. After three decades of leading clients to fish on the Encampment and North Platte rivers, among others, Streeter was preparing to hang up the waders. … Read more

A place to be a hobo

By Christine Peterson In his early 20s, Bill Christensen would gather a group of buddies and head into the mountain for a week. With no meals. “We would either catch fish or be hungry.” They rarely went more than a day without food, eventually finding fish in one of the Uintas’ hundreds of lakes. The … Read more