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Mely Whiting By Randy Scholfield You probably don’t know Mely Whiting. She has worked quietly and persistently behind the scenes—for years on end—to keep your rivers healthy and flowing. She’s playing the long game. And she’s winning. Mely Whiting has been counsel for Trout Unlimited's Colorado  [ READ MORE... ]
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So, I wrote a letter to Jeep. They ran an ad in the Super Bowl called The Road, that showed a Jeep running up the center of what looked like a stream. My eight year old son turned to me after it ran, and said “Dad, isn’t that really bad for the stream?”   A few days after sending the letter, I had [ READ MORE... ]
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By Cary Denison A few days ago, I found myself standing in my yard yelling “Yeah, c’mon!?” while shaking my fist at a rather feeble-looking storm cloud. Now, I normally reserve this type of a pointless weekend lunacy for Broncos games and the like, but considering the dire state of the snowpack in [ READ MORE... ]
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A native Bonneville cutthroat trout in Utah's Weber River is released after being caught as part of an effort to track fish in the drainage. Paul Burnett/Trout Unlimited By Paul Burnett The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources recently rolled out a Wildlife Migration Initiative, focused on the [ READ MORE... ]
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By Walt Gasson Discover Southwest Montana with Four Rivers Fishing Company, a 50-year-old Montana institution that is renowned as the headquarters for phenomenal trout fishing. This is an authentic Montana-style fly shop run by two young and seasoned outfitters, Chris Knott and Seth McLean. From [ READ MORE... ]
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Cassi Wood, left, with Trout Unlimited Government Affairs staffers Rob Catalanotto and Kate Miller. Trout Unlimited photo. By Cassi Wood  For some folks, it is home. Others are called to visit there with a little regularity; particularly if their work orbits political atmospheres. Some of the [ READ MORE... ]
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By Nick Schmal and Laura MacFarland As stewards of more than 220,000 miles of America’s fishable streams and rivers, the U.S. Forest Service has long been an invaluable partner in protecting and restoring coldwater fisheries and their watersheds throughout North America. Perhaps most impactful in [ READ MORE... ]
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The following commentary appeared originally in the Salt Lake Tribune.  By Scott Yates This year has given us a glimpse of our potential water future in the Colorado River Basin—and it’s not pretty. So far this winter, much of the Intermountain West is seeing below average snowpack in the mountains [ READ MORE... ]
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This week’s news that the EPA was suspending the Clean Water Act’s protections for headwater streams was a stark reminder that elections have consequences. The previous presidential administration worked for years to write the rule, and the new one doesn’t like it. Game over, right? No. Don’t [ READ MORE... ]
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by Randy Scholfield There are people you know you can count on for a quick fishing road trip. Every year my old friend Cass and I try to get together somewhere between Denver, where I live, and Albuquerque, where he lives, for a fishing getaway.  It’s usually thrown together on very short notice. [ READ MORE... ]
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