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    New York chapters help with riparian plantings

    New York City Chapter Members gather after planting along the Amawalk River in Westchester, NY. By Tracy Brown Since 2017, Trout Unlimited has partnered with the Arbor Day Foundation to plant close to 10,000 native trees along priority trout streams in New York rivers. New York chapters have organized and implemented more than 30 volunteer…

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    2018 Sweepstakes winners

    Grand prize J. Bolton, (CA),J. Snyder, (CT) First prize B. Roll, (IA) Second prize J. Schaffner, (MA),H. Witte, (CA),M. Kelso, (TN),A. Vaughan, (IL) Third prize J. Nyberg, (GA),C. Garland, (TN),S. Kohr, (PA) Fourth prize B. MCNIEL, (TN),B. Johnson, (UT),T. Miller, (CO),S. Baker, (TX),L. Scurlock, (TN),R. Master, (KY),M. Stempa, (NJ),S. Welle, (ND),B. Bendell, (CO),W. Luden, (SC)…

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    TU launches 2018 Gift Guide

    Mike Sepelak fishes the Redington Butter Stick on a remote trout stream in Idaho. Over the course of the last several months, TU staffers and volunteers have taken new fly-fishing and outdoors products into the fiel d to test them against the fish and the elements that make our craft so special. Now, after having…

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    Fisher Guiding offers great gifts and more

    It's holiday gift time, TUers. Giving gifts is fun, but it can get a little tricky picking something just right. We’ve heard from folks who want to set up a fishing trip for an angler as a gift, but they’re not completely sure of what date or what trip type will work, which is why…

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    TU Enters New Partnership in Education

    by Nick Halle It doesn’t take a rocket surgeon (yes, I know that's not the typical idiom) to grasp that the future of conservation will depend heavily on the youth of today. Trout Unlimited’s youth education staff have been educating young people across the country on conservation and the outdoors in the hopes of instilling…

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    TU Teens make 30 under 30 list

    Alleigh Raymond on the Davidson River. Courtesy Connor Parton Photography By Tara Granke Three Trout Unlimited teens were recently recognized by Blue Ridge Outdoors in the publication’s “30 Under 30” list highlighting people from the Mid-Atlantic and southeast parts of the country driving the next generation of outdoor leaders. Topping the list is Alleigh Raymond, two-time…

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    An Incredible Year of Local, Grassroots Impact

    Thanks to more than 300,000 volunteers, members and supporters, TU's local impact continues to grow, with more than 731,000 volunteer hours reported in fiscal year 2018! By Jeff Yates Cold, clean, fishable water doesn’t come easy. It takes the right mix of protected headwater habitat, reconnected stream systems and the constant restoration of degraded areas…