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Maybe you’re already planning to attend the Trout Unlimited Annual Meeting in Roanoke, Va., next week. You should be – it’s going to be great. Maybe you’re planning to arrive a little early and do some fishing. Good idea! While you’re there, you must – repeat, MUST – visit Mossy Creek Fly Fishing [ READ MORE... ]
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By Randy Scholfield My Dad is slowing down. He is 85, and fighting Parkinson’s, so he has every right to slow down. That doesn’t make it any easier to see him struggle. He needs help buttoning his shirt now and has problems walking. I was back in Kansas recently and he wanted to go fishing—he [ READ MORE... ]
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By Kirk Deeter   There is nothing more rewarding in the fishing world than teaching a young person some basics and watching that pilot light catch. I’ll trade a blanket callibaetis hatch and hundreds of popping fish heads for one pond-eat of a grasshopper fly cast by a little partner with a Snoopy [ READ MORE... ]
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By Brett Prettyman MILLCREEK CANYON — The moment of truth. It comes with the first spoonful of a new chili recipe delivered at a family hunting camp. The first cast to slurping trout on the hand built rod on your favorite water. Waiting to see if the patched hole in the waders is stream worthy. [ READ MORE... ]
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Wyoming rancher Jackson Ramsay leaning against headgate improved with help from Trout Unlimited. (Photo credit: Jim Paussa/Aspen Journalism) by Randy Scholfield Conventional wisdom held that there would always be deep-seated hostility and endless conflict between agriculture producers and [ READ MORE... ]
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TU's VP for Western Conservation, Rob Masonis, and other signers of the new Central Valley Salmon Habitat Partnership flank California Secretary for Natural Resources John Laird at the signing ceremony on August 29, 2017.   By Sam Davidson During the hottest and driest time of year here in [ READ MORE... ]
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By Cary Denison In early May 2009, a few years before being hired by Trout Unlimited, I stood beside my friend Paul and rubbernecked at what I can best describe, using local western Colorado jargon, as a “crick” (too small to be regarded a creek). Not much more than two feet across at the widest [ READ MORE... ]
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Brooke Harris briefly holds a Yellowstone cutthroat for a picture after she caught is as part of her efforts to complete the Utah Cutthroat Slam. Brian Harris photo. By Brian Harris I recently opened my home mailbox and was pleased to find the beautiful medallion and certificate recognizing my [ READ MORE... ]
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It's not just anglers and outdoor recreationists who appreciate the need for clean, healthy waters and rivers--many farmers and ranchers also understand that the viability of their operations and way of life depends on water, both quantity and quality.  Check out this cool video from the Rocky [ READ MORE... ]
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Tom Tidwell is retiring as Chief of the US Forest Service. It is difficult to overstate the importance of the 191 million acres that the Forest Service manages to trout and salmon. Half of the blue-ribbon trout streams in the country flow across national forests. A vast majority of western native [ READ MORE... ]
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