Across the country, regional collaborations called “fish habitat partnerships” bring sometimes non-traditional partners together like sport and commercial fishing or business and government stakeholders to ensure vibrant fish habitat and communities. The idea sounds simple enough, but don’t underestimate their big effect. Together, the players fund and conduct science, restoration, protection, and education projects that are changing communities for the better. In Alaska, Trout Unlimited … Read more
After six or seven weeks of Scott factory being shuttered, every employee returned to a new layout with workstations separated, hand sanitizer everywhere and a mandatory mask requirement
Two great American landscapes face unprecedented threats from very different sources, but both have a bright future if the right decisions are made at the right time
Her infectious grayling giggles mirrored the steady stream of top-water action so well that none of us had to look to know the story
Soon enough, as the sun tracks westward over the nearby Salt River Range, I will be cooking fresh, tasty blue grouse over the coals of a spruce fire in a camp out of the wind in wild, wonderful Wyoming
But the thing about the desert that stands out the most to this Florida kid, there were no fish at all. Not one!
Join Trout Unlimited and Orvis in helping 17 local TU chapters — made up of members and volunteers like you — restore the rivers they love and unlock $20,000 in cash prizes to support their work. Together we’ve already raised more than $31,000 for these great projects, and with just 48 hours left in the … Read more
TU’s youth outreach has never been more crucial as kids are stuck inside, suffering from Zoom fatigue and screen-bound for hours on end
Fishing has always been a part of my life, starting with bait casters and Powerbait on family camping trips. I got my first fly rod around the age of 13 and only managed to master wind knots
This week, the U.S. Forest Service announced it is exempting the Tongass National Forest from the Roadless Rule, and in the process removing protections for more than 9 million acres of the nation’s top salmon-producing forest.