women who fish

  • TU Business

    Jen Ripple is a force of and for nature

    “Fly fishing is one of the few sports where you don’t have to be great at it or in perfect shape to enjoy it. It doesn’t matter if you’re old or young, or if you make the perfect cast; it’s still a lot of fun. Fly fishing is a beautiful art form, and women take to that. I think it’s a great sport for women because women are much more about the experience than they are about the catch.”

    I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again. One of the best things about working with TU is the outstanding people you meet. If you haven’t met Jen Ripple, the driving force behind both DUN Magazine and so much of what is great in the fly fishing industry right now, you should. Her easy…

  • Advocacy

    Rose is at the ready for Wyoming anglers, hunters

    People and places change lives. This maxim is evident in Liz Rose’s new position as Wyoming field organizer with Trout Unlimited's Sportsmen’s Conservation Project.  Rose spent a lot of her childhood at a family cabin along the Sacramento River near Lake Shasta in California. Her time there fostered an interest in natural science and love…

  • Voices from the river

    Fitting it all in before it snows

    Fall beauty in southern Colorado Fall means trying to do a little bit of everything before the snow flies: the last mountain bike rides on dirt, climbing peaks to glass for elk, leaf peeping before they turn brown and litter the ground and of course, the last warm days of fishing. I celebrate this time of year and find…

  • Community Conservation Fishing

    Women angling for conservation

    A beautiful stretch of river in northern New Mexico. A group of women recently gathered in the forests of northern New Mexico to fish and explore conservation issues while thoroughly enjoying each other's company. With abundant water and afternoon thunderstorms, the waters of the Rio de los Piños ran a bit turbid, but that didn't…