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  • Video spotlight Priority Waters Restoration

    Watch: We drilled a hole in a dam to help restore a Blue Ribbon fishery in Utah

    New TU film gives a case study of how TU is leasing water rights to benefit rural communities and restore a former Blue Ribbon trout fishery  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ShNdLRai8gQ Last week, Utah State Director Jordan Nielson presented this video to the Utah State Legislature to document the progress being made on water rights leasing and conservation across…

  • Video spotlight

    Watch Now: A Beautiful Mess

    Felling trees in a Tennessee National Forest to replicate what nature used to do It’s a warm spring morning and the sound of chainsaws is echoing through the Tennessee mountains. This is hardly an unusual scene, but the mission here is. This isn’t someone getting a start on next winter’s supply of firewood. It’s a…

  • Video spotlight

    Clearing The Way

    A new film celebrates the dedicated volunteers of the Washington TU Barrier Assessment Team Across a wide range of Washington’s beautiful coldwater rivers and streams, the incredible volunteers of Trout Unlimited’s Barrier Assessment Team (BAT) have been working hard to help decision-makers and agencies understand which culverts are preventing salmon, steelhead, lamprey and other native…

  • Video spotlight

    Watch Now: The Studio

    Smiling man holds a net next to a river

    Scot Simmons has dealt with various forms of anxiety, PTSD and depression for most of his adult life. He is committed to creating a better life for himself and others, and he strives to be a better role model for his own family. Premiering on YouTube, a new film from Trout Unlimited highlighting @twincitiestuboard member Scot…

  • Fishing Featured Video spotlight

    Blue lines and social distancing

    Learning solid fishing skills on small water helps you with all angling situations

    A lot of anglers look at small water and turn up their noses. The fish aren't as big, they might opine. It's just too easy, others might say, opting instead for the "challenges" posed by big rivers. Truth is, fishing small water makes anglers better, more accurate casters who have developed innate tools to work…