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Conservation

Kerri Russell, 1956-2020

With patience and perseverence, Kerri Russell helped push TU toward a more inclusive and diverse future.

Hard work on Lahontan cutthroat trout threatened by hybridization

By Jason Barnes As one of only two lakes in the world to support a relict self-sustaining and naturally reproducing population of Lahontan cutthroat trout, a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act,  Independence Lake is irreplaceable. We are no...

TU leaders join AFFTA’s Conservation from the Couch

Trout Unlimited President and CEO Chris Wood will join Keith Curley and Rob Masonis, TU’s vice presidents for eastern and western conservation, respectively, this week when they all “sit down” for the American Fly Fishing Trade Association’s...

Barging increases likelihood of hatchery fish straying into wild steelhead populations

"To repeat the obvious, that means in 2006 an estimated 42 percent of the spawners in this “wild” population were hatchery fish. Statistical modeling indicated the number of steelhead smolts barged in the Snake River in the previous several years was a strong predictor of PHOS (Percent Hatchery Origin Spawners)."

Our ‘green lands’

“To protect and restore trout and salmon and the watersheds on which they depend.” The mission of Trout Unlimited cannot be accomplished without the help of partners. One of our most important partners is the United States Forest Service. The Forest Service manages...

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Community

Fishing in a special place with Chris Michael from Rio Grande del Norte Outfitters in Questa, NM

There are plenty of people who can guide you to fish near Questa, NM but I'm calling out one in particular: Chris Michael from Rio Grande del Norte Outfitters in Questa.

Kerri Russell, 1956-2020

With patience and perseverence, Kerri Russell helped push TU toward a more inclusive and diverse future.

Gear Review: Douglas Outdoors SKY G Rod

I. Like. This. Rod. A Lot. Please note that Douglas does not sell direct to customers, so we gently suggest you check one of their rods out at your local TU Business member fly shop.

Why are we here?

What would happen if TU went away?

We are TU: Bridget Moran

Introducing Bridget Moran

Fishing with Joe Demalderis from Cross Current Guide Service

Captain Joe Demalderis from Cross Current Guide Service in Starlight, PA was the 2019 Orvis Endorsed Fly Fishing Outfitter of the Year in 2019.

Fishing

The Flashback Pheasant Tail Nymph

The venerable Pheasant Tail Nymph turns up in most fly boxes, as it should. It’s a buggy pattern, and the iridescence of the peacock herl tied in as the bug’s abdomen always seems to draw trout to this classic fly. Over the years, the patterns has evolved...

Voices from the River

Trout Tips

Video Spotlight

New TU film on Elwha River wild steelhead recovery premieres April 17

New TU film on Elwha River wild steelhead recovery premieres April 17

Summer run steelhead were thought to be extirpated in Washington’s Elwha River, after two dams blocked fish passage for a century. Both dams were removed by 2014. How wild summer steelhead responded amazed scientists and steelhead advocates. Check out the new film from Trout Unlimited and North Fork Studios on the remarkable recovery of summer steelhead in the Elwha on TU’s YouTube channel APRIL 17 AT 6 PM Pacific Time.

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Travel

A unique path to Crayfish Creek

A unique path to Crayfish Creek

“Fishing has always been a part of my life, but it was not until middle school I picked up fly fishing. I wanted to spend time with my old man doing something other than golf and fly fishing intrigued me. I immediately loved the effortlessly methodical nature of the sport. I grew up fishing streams around northern Georgia and North Carolina.”

The Flashback Pheasant Tail Nymph

The Flashback Pheasant Tail Nymph

The venerable Pheasant Tail Nymph turns up in most fly boxes, as it should. It’s a buggy pattern, and the iridescence of the peacock herl tied in as the bug’s abdomen always seems to draw trout to this classic fly. Over the years, the patterns has evolved...

Why do we care about native trout?

Why do we care about native trout?

“Because native trout have adapted over centuries and millennia in specific environments, they are, in many cases, more likely to survive the extremes of those places. Having passed through the crucible of a specific system’s cycles of drought, flood, and wildfire a native trout species may be more hardy than non-native fish.”

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