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By Chris Wood Jake Marshall, whose Dad helped to organize TroutFest, a huge TU event in Texas that raises a lot of money for youth education through the Tomorrow Fund, said he was there “to help conserve our waters.” Laurel Smith, a graduate of the amazing Georgia Trout Camp, said she was there “to [ READ MORE... ]
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Volunteers walk along railroad tracks in Provo Canyon, Utah, after participating in an organzied river cleanup by Brighton Anglers. Courtesy Brighton Anglers. By Brett Prettyman The sudden jolt backwards almost made me fall out of the boat. After my less-than-graceful fall into the dory seat I [ READ MORE... ]
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An otherwise routine trip to check on a conservation project turned into a grand adventure for TU staffer Nick Walrath and his daughter, Aven. Walrath family photo. By Nick Walrath As parents we sometimes overlook the fact what may seem a mundane routine to us could be the adventure of a lifetime [ READ MORE... ]
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Last week, Trout Unlimited posted a clip describing the proper way to de-bone a trout. Perhaps predictably, this was met by a few howls of outrage. “How can the organization that practically invented catch-and-release advocate eating a trout? Shame. Shame!” The fact is, however, that not all wild [ READ MORE... ]
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From the post, "Four-Quarter Fly Fishing," which won an OWAA award this week.  TROUT Magazine and its digital companion, the blog at tu.org, won a slew of awards for its 2017 content in the annual Outdoor Writers Association of America Excellence in Craft contests announced June 3 in Fort Wayne, [ READ MORE... ]
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By Chris Wood Some define conservation as overseeing loss. Loss of wetlands; loss of open space; loss of water quality; loss of species. Aldo Leopold harkened to this when he wrote in the Sand County Almanac that “One of the penalties of an ecological education is that one lives alone in a world of [ READ MORE... ]
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Dear Reader,  On behalf of Trout Unlimited’s 300,000 members and supporters, 220 professional staff, and our trustees and grassroots leaders, we want to share with you the 2017 Trout Unlimited annual report. We realize that annual reports are essentially ritualized bragging, and should be generally [ READ MORE... ]
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By Chris Wood I went to see Art Neumann a few months before he passed away. As I left, he punched me on the leg, and asked, “What are you going to do to keep up the fight for trout?” He died later that year after nearly 100 years of life and almost 75 years of advocacy on behalf of trout and salmon [ READ MORE... ]
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Volunteers from the Jackson Hole chapter of Trout Unlimited gathered to help plant willows along a restored section of Unnamed Creek on the Upper Gros Ventre River Ranch Tributary Restoration Project. Trout Unlimited photo.   By Leslie Steen   Once the good part of the pavement stops it still takes [ READ MORE... ]
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Sun Creek, Upper Klamath Basin, Oregon. Photo: National Fish Habitat Partnership   Trout Unlimited’s brand of conservation is, above all, pragmatic. Nowhere is this more evident than in the upper Klamath River basin, in southern Oregon, where TU is working with ranchers, resource agencies, tribes [ READ MORE... ]
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