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  • Community

    Thank a veteran today … they earned it

    TU's Veterans Service Partnership helped 4,000 veterans on the on the water in 2017. Sunday is Veterans Day. This day is the anniversary of the signing of the armistice, which ended World War I hostilities between the Allied nations and Germany in 1918. Veterans are thanked for their services to the United States on Veterans Day, and Trout Unlimited and…

  • Community

    186 not just for anglers

    As we enter the final days until the elections in Montana, TU is checking in with local businesses on why passing I-186 is important to them. This editorial from Stephanie Shammel, a rancher downstream of the Kendall Mine, originally appeared in the Billings Gazette. Check out our Instagram story about other Montana businesses who are…

  • Youth

    A little girl’s big impact in TROUT Magazine

    Lyla Blue Guymon in a battle with a brown trout captured by her father Matt Guymon. Matt Guymon photo. By Matt Guymon Our 7-year-old daughter, Lyla Blue, has been on the water her entire life. In fact, she spent quite a bit of time wading while still in utero. Summer, her mom, and I have…

  • Travel

    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,…

  • Community

    Students observe sampling efforts on Salmon Creek

    Local high school students recently watched on as the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environment fisheries crew used electrofishing gear to sample Salmon Creek in northwestern Connecticut.   The monitoring (below) is part of the long term Salmon Kill Enhancement and Restoration Project, which is focused on improving  habitat for native and wild trout. Tracking population levels…