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Finding refuge from the heat, Stanislaus National Forest. By Sam Davidson   Across the country, summer is prime time for trout fishing in the mountains. At higher elevations you typically get relief from sweltering lowland temperatures and find the kind of small water-wild fish opportunities that [ 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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By Taylor Ridderbusch   On Monday, Aug. 7, the US Army Corps of Engineers released the draft Brandon Road Feasibility Study, which assess options for preventing Asian carp from reaching the Great Lakes.   The report was originally set to be released on Feb. 28, 2017, but was delayed by Trump [ READ MORE... ]
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A desert redband caught with a Tenkara rod. I first tried Tenkara about eight years ago, and I fell in love with the simplicity of it. I also found it to be very helpful when it came time to hone some of fly fishing's more complex skills— it helped with reach casts, high-stick nymphing, achieving [ 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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Like any organization, Trout Unlimited is an aggregation of people who share a common interest – in our case, fish and fishing. One of the great things about TU is the people you meet who care so much about trout and salmon in America. Take Coy Wylie, for example.   Coy is a native Texan who is [ READ MORE... ]
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By Eric Booton Chrome. Silver. Red gold. Screen Shot 2017-09-06 at 12.49.24 PM.png All the worthy descriptions of fresh, wild Alaska salmon imply monetary value, and for good reason. Here in Alaska, wild salmon attract tourists from around the world. These trusted [ READ MORE... ]
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Photo by Robin Kadet Petey jumped in my lap within moments of sitting down. Phil Monahan rescued the little dog when he found him walking alone down a highway. A few things stand out about the Orvis offices in Manchester, Vermont. First, as Petey demonstrated, their offices are very pet-friendly. [ 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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Little Lost River bull trout. Photo by the author.   I first fished Idaho’s Little Lost River in the early 2000s. I’d heard rumors of bull trout swimming in the high-desert stream that would hit dry flies intended for rainbows and require two hands for the “hero shot” after the battle.   The [ READ MORE... ]
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