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A brown trout caught during an electroshocking fish survey on the Big Cimarron River in Colorado. Trout Unlimited photo. By Cary Denison The Big Cimarron River shouldn’t go dry. This may seem like an obvious declaration about any trout stream. But the truth is, here in Colorado’s Gunnison Basin, [ READ MORE... ]
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Jonathan Wilson-Thieroff, 15, hones his skills on fish he can find close to home when he can't make it to trout waters. Courtesy photo. By Jonathan Wilson-Thieroff Here in St. Paul, Minn., where I live, the most readily available fish are bass, walleye, pike and panfish – unfortunately, not trout. [ READ MORE... ]
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Mike Dombeck sports a familiar pose. By Chris Wood You don’t realize it until it is too late. You forgot to say, “Thank you” or even, “Hello.” Jack Casey taught my sophomore and senior years high school English classes at Saint Peters in Jersey City. He was a smallish man who would enthuse the most [ READ MORE... ]
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It's holiday gift time, TUers. Giving gifts is fun, but it can get a little tricky picking something just right. We’ve heard from folks who want to set up a fishing trip for an angler as a gift, but they’re not completely sure of what date or what trip type will work, which is why TU Business [ READ MORE... ]
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Alleigh Raymond on the Davidson River. Courtesy Connor Parton Photography By Tara Granke Three Trout Unlimited teens were recently recognized by Blue Ridge Outdoors in the publication’s “30 Under 30” list highlighting people from the Mid-Atlantic and southeast parts of the country driving the next [ READ MORE... ]
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By Chris Wood Terry Edwards deployed five times for the Air Force. When his children were younger he deployed overseas, then came a tour in Kuwait. Later, came two tours in Iraq. His final deployment was in southwest Asia. Terry told me, “There is always a transition in coming home. Things stay [ READ MORE... ]
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Heidi Lewis, far left, took her friends Heather Hodson, Jen Ripple and Geri Meyer (left to right) on a Utah Cutthroat Slam adventure this summer. Brian Harris photo. By Heidi Lewis When Heather Hodson calls I know things are about to get good. I don’t see her often, but when I do it typically means [ READ MORE... ]
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Heidi Lewis, far left, took her friends Heather Hodson, Jen Ripple and Geri Meyer (left to right) on a Utah Cutthroat Slam adventure this summer. Courtesy photo. By Heidi Lewis When Heather Hodson calls I know things are about to get good. I don’t see her often, but when I do it typically means we [ READ MORE... ]
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At TU, we’re strong defenders of our public lands. We see these lands as a legacy for future generations and a keystone in our efforts to protect, reconnect, restore and sustain coldwater fisheries across America. These are your lands and waters, to hunt and fish and hike and enjoy within the [ READ MORE... ]
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By Chris Wood The first time you snorkel a stream, the size of the bugs are disarming. Stoneflies tumbling down the stream look like aquatic dragons bent on taking off a limb. It is an optical illusion, of course.  We were way up in the South Fork of the Salmon River drainage. Hiking in neoprene [ READ MORE... ]
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