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By the Seedskadee Chapter Board of Directors Trout Unlimited does many great things across our country, but also faces many challenges moving into the future. One brought up often at state council meetings in Wyoming—and likely across the country—is the age and diversity of the board of the local [ READ MORE... ]
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by Laura Ziemer The future of the West is inextricably linked to its water. The early pioneers first found a spring, stream, or dug a well, and then built their homestead—not the other way around. Although the scale is different today, water security and drought resilience are still fundamental to [ READ MORE... ]
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By Brad Powell Standing on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, gazing into the awe-inspiring abyss, it’s easy to think that this timeless landscape is impervious to human activity and impact. That would be a mistake. We know that, for years, reckless and unbridled uranium mining has had serious [ READ MORE... ]
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Land your next trout onto the stripping apron of an ultralight float tube amongst the breathtaking solitude of backcountry still waters.  Backcountry ultralight float tubing is a GREAT introduction to trout, an absolute blast for an experienced angler, and a journey to bring families and friends [ READ MORE... ]
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I tie flies like I play guitar. Poorly. An occasional creation will resemble a known fly, and an even more occasional fly will fool a fish, but my skills as a tyer are limited. That may explain my fascination with really-good tyers—people who can create, with a combination of fur, wire, tinsel, and [ READ MORE... ]
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An angler soaks up the moment at the end of a day fishing the Henry's Fork in eastern Idaho. Steve Schmidt photo. Editor's Note - Wednesday morning the bill was dropped from consideration during the 2018 Idaho Legislative Session. Here's a reaction from Trout Unlimited's Michael Gibson, who serves [ READ MORE... ]
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The LA River is the setting for South Coast TU's community outreach and instruction under a new grant from the Vamos a Pescar Education Fund.  TU’s South Coast Chapter, based in Orange County, California, has been awarded a $20,000 grant from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife to [ READ MORE... ]
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blog BY chris_wood ON March 8 - 0 COMMENTS
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“Set, set, set!” I shot up in bed, slammed my hand above the bedpost, and in the process spilled a bottle of water onto my book on the night-stand.  Damn Pancho and Teo. Awaking from my dream, and cleaning up the water, I thought about my friend, Pancho Panzer—a proud Trout Unlimited business [ READ MORE... ]
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By Brett Prettyman The reasons we fish are as numerous as bugs on the water during a Mother’s Day caddis hatch. Chances are the vast majority of us got started flinging flies, dunking worms or throwing hardware with the help of parents or grandparents - and, for those lucky ones, both. Fishing isn’ [ READ MORE... ]
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By Randy Scholfield I don’t know if anyone besides me is feeling a bit left behind by the technological advances in modern trout fishing gear. I’ve been needing a new basic five-weight rod, but my review of current rod technology has left me confused and a bit intimidated. The choices are [ READ MORE... ]
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