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  • Fishing Featured

    Fly Fishers International plans first-ever Virtual Expo

    Photo courtesy of Fly Fishers International. TU members can attend the Nov. 5-7 event at a big discount Fly Fishers International is hosting its first-ever Virtual Expo Nov. 5-7, and Trout Unlimited members can attend the event at a special discount. The event will feature fly-tying demonstrations, fly casting lessons from expert instructors, presentations from…

  • Boats Featured Fishing

    Quick tip: How to rehab an old rusty trailer

    One of the trailers was already prepped and ready to go while the other one was dirty and had surface rust covering most of it. We remove the wheels, I then hit the rusty one with a sander

    This tip came to me from newly found friend Cody Richardson. You may know Cody from his incredibly creative use of license plates to make customized fish art. Apparently he's a bit of a boat head too, and definitely knows his way around a shop. This past weekend, he made use of some fancy Sherwin-Williams…

  • Public Lands Month Featured Trout Talk

    Roundtable: Our favorite public lands

    The Caribou National Forest, Idaho. Chris Hunt photo. Editor’s note: In celebration of Public Lands Month, several TU anglers are showcasing their favorite public lands fishing and hunting destinations. America’s public lands are our national treasure — places that have storied histories for all people, from Indigenous Americans to modern-day hunters and anglers. Keeping them…

  • Community Featured

    Buckle up. Trout Week is coming

    Join Trout Unlimited and Flylords for a week of celebrating our favorite fish and our work to keep their waters healthy. From Sept. 25 through Oct. 2, we'll bring you dozens of ways to connect — from virtual conversations with important names in conservation and fishing to in-person opportunities to get your hands dirty and…