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  • Fishing

    How grayling are propagated across the Centennial State

    Arctic grayling provide a unique angling opportunity in Colorado.

    By Jason Clay Just upstream of Joe Wright Reservoir, Colorado Parks and Wildlife aquatic biologists, technicians, researchers and hatchery personnel conducted its annual spawning operation for a fish that most Coloradans might be surprised to find here in the Rocky Mountains. Arctic grayling were first stocked in Colorado in the late 1890s, but it wasn't…

  • Community

    Bristol Bay Fly Fishing and Guide Academy postponed

    A few months into the global pandemic, I know that I’m not the only one disappointed by postponed or cancelled plans.   While our team pivoted our organizing and communications work so we can still advocate for coldwater fisheries in Alaska, much of our summer programming is cancelled to protect the small villages and towns in the communities we work from COVID-19. Perhaps our most disappointing but necessary cancellation is the Bristol Bay Fly Fishing and Guide…

  • Responsible Recreation

    And the #ResponsibleRecreation winner is …

    Congratulations to Ron Rhodes of South Pomfret, Vt., for winning the grand prize in the Trout Unlimited #ResponsibleRecreation contest. His name was selected randomly from hundreds of social posts that tagged @TroutUnlimited and used #ResponsibleRecreation hashtag. For participating and winning the random drawing, Ron, who posted on Twitter, is the lucky recipient of the grand-prize…

  • Responsible Recreation

    Post your #ResponsibleRecreation content soon

    Practice #ResponsibleRecreation, win a fly rod

    Trout Unlimited is giving away a new Sage X fly rod to one lucky angler who shares his or her #ResponsibleRecreation content on social media, using both the hashtag and by tagging TU (@troutunlimited). Entries for the give-away must be posted by Monday, June 15. While many states have "reopened," the COVID-19 outbreak is still…

  • Community

    The coronavirus may change fishing as we know it

    Ironically, 2020 is “The Year of the Rat.” Given how 2020 has unfolded so far, I actually consider that to be an insult to rats. But we are seeing some lifting of the pandemic fog where I live in Colorado and in many other places around the country—and fishing definitely stands to be affected… for…