Native Trout Odyssey Team

Native Trout Odyssey team to make final stop in Washington D.C. Five college students; 10 weeks; 10 states; 18 native trout species. The Native Odyssey crew (left to right): Brett Winchel, Matt Crockett, Jacob Lacy, Heather Harkavy, Austin Burroughs. This Summer, TU, in partnership with U.S. Forest Service, Costa Sunglasses, Simms Fishing Products, and Fishpond, … Read more

Sweetwater Travel supports Clean Water

“At Sweetwater Travel, we depend upon cold, clean water to provide habitat and refuge for trout. The Clean Water Rule is a formalization of the Clean Water Rule that was in effect for thirty years until the Supreme Court overturned the rule in 2006. The Obama administration re-wrote the rule to comply with the Supreme … Read more

30 Great Places: Little Mountain

Region: RockiesActivities: Fishing, huntingSpecies: Colorado River cutthroat; Mule deer; Elk Where: The Greater Little Mountain Area (GLMA) is a magical high desert region of over 500,000 acres in southwestern Wyoming’s Sweetwater County. This habitat of badlands, aspen groves and pine forests – simultaneously rugged and fragile – is one of Wyoming’s most sought after hunting … Read more

Native Odyssey: Utah’s cutthroat slam

Bonneville cutthroat trout Editor’s note: TU’s Costa Five Rivers Native Odyssey team visited Utah recently on its trip across America. During our time in Utah, we sought four species of native cutthroat trout. Luckily for us, Utah has just the thing. The Utah Cutthroat Slam is a challenge that costs only $20 and is an … Read more

Successful 2017 VSP Couples Trip in the Books!

The 2017 Veterans Service Partnership Couples Trip to Slough Creek and Yellowstone Park is in the books! Over the week-long trip, our 5 veteran couples and 5 volunteer guides shared what everyone agreed was the “trip of a lifetime!” Each day, the stream dropped and cleared, and we enjoyed excellent dry fly fishing for Slough … Read more

Day 1 TU VSP Couples Trip to Slough Creek!

We had a wonderful first day with our VSP veteran couples on Slough Creek in Yellowstone Park. The Green Drakes were hatching, Slough Creek is clear and dropping, the weather is beautfiul, and the Yellowstone cutthroat are starting to play! Can’t wait until tomorrow! #tuvsp