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By Tom Reed It doesn’t take long after the bar is open before the first drink order comes in. Hey Tom, can you make me a Smith River Special? You bet buddy. A Smith River Special is cranberry juice with a splash of club soda and a slice of lime and Gordon, 7, loves them. Not to be outdone, twin [ READ MORE... ]
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By Walt Gasson   People sometimes ask me why I’m such an advocate for the small businesses – the family-owned fly shops, outfitters and other businesses - that make fly fishing happen in America. I don’t make any excuses for that advocacy, but I try not to get real preachy about it either. I [ READ MORE... ]
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Sometimes, the simplest ideas are the best. I first saw this one at the ICAST show last summer, and it was love at first sight. I grabbed one immediately. We loved it so much we included it in the Holiday Gift Guide in the winter issue of TROUT. It’s not big, it’s not expensive and it just cooler [ READ MORE... ]
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A River’s Reckoning in the Wild and Scenic Film Festival Today Trout Unlimited is proud to announce that our film A River’s Reckoning, in partnership with American Rivers, has been officially selected into the 16th annual Wild and Scenic Film Festival—one of the nation’s most popular and [ READ MORE... ]
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By Chris Wood President Trump came into office with the promise to “make America great again.” A steady diet of less natural resource protection has followed. Less protection for small streams under the Clean Water Act. Less protection for national monuments. Less protection for amazing landscapes [ READ MORE... ]
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By Walt Gasson We do surveys at TU. We ask questions and TU members give us answers. We use those answers to guide the things we do. That’s a good thing. TU is a membership-driven organization. That’s one of the things I love about working here. But once in a while, we ask a survey question that [ READ MORE... ]
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Rancher Michael Lucero: finding pragmatic solutions on the Rio Cebolla By Toner Mitchell For at least five generations, Michael Lucero’s family has grazed their cattle in New Mexico’s Jemez Mountains on the Rio Cebolla and San Antonio Creek watersheds. This family tradition came under threat in [ READ MORE... ]
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The TU Costa 5 Rivers Native Odyssey college students above. The Native Odyssey was featured in Chris Wood's State of TU address. By Tara Granke In case you missed it, during his 2017 State of TU address, Chris Wood personally pledged $1,000 to the GRTU Tomorrow Fund and asked those gathered to [ READ MORE... ]
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Seven years ago, I asked Marcia Woolman, the first woman to win the Ray Mortenson Award, the highest honor Trout Unlimited gives to a volunteer, what was most important for volunteers. Her response? “Chris, just say thank you.” Today, I begin every day thinking about Marcia’s counsel. How do you [ READ MORE... ]
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Bob Capron has helped move countless trout from sure death in irrigation canals back to the mainstem of the Shoshone river near Cody, Wyoming. Brett Prettyman/Trout Unlimited By Dave Sweet Any angler lucky enough to have caught trout near Cody, Wyoming, may want to send Bob Capron a thank you note [ READ MORE... ]
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