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It's raining here in Montana. The rivers are blown out and let's be honest—it's just kind of cold and miserable out there. So lets play a game. Fishing dogs are their own breed of hound. They're goofier and light of heart in ways working dogs or hunting dogs aren't. I like to think it's because [ 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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Photo: Yakima River/Guenther Media IMG_1241_web.jpg   How do you find extra water for farmers and fish? In Washington, it requires lots of heavy equiment.Historically, Kittitas Reclamation District (KRD) in Ellensburg, Washington has needed the full capacity of its [ READ MORE... ]
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A Lahontan cutthroat landed at Pyramid Lake in western Nevada. Aaron Smith - @mrwerbs By Phaedra Budy Among the 14 subspecies of cutthroat trout found across Western North America two are now extinct, five are listed as threatened under the Endangered Species Act, and the remainder are, or have [ READ MORE... ]
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Do you know our friends at Pescador on the Fly? If not, you should. Right now, they’re launching their line of Premium Travel Fly Rods. These 9-foot fly rods are super light weight and fit into a tube that’s less than 20 inches long. They travel like a dream, but most important, they fish like a [ READ MORE... ]
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I'll be the first to admit that I'm not a huge steelhead guy. I love to chase big ocean-going rainbows as they come back home to Idaho and prepare to spawn, but sometimes, the reward is slim. Frozen fingers, frozen toes and few, if any fish, to show for it leave me wanting.  COASTAL [ READ MORE... ]
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Darek Staab (far right) with volunteers, Whychus Creek project, Oregon.   Darek Staab, Project Manager for Trout Unlimited’s Upper Deschutes Restoration Program, was recently honored by the U.S. Forest Service with a “Rise to the Future” award in the Partnerships category. The regional Forest [ READ MORE... ]
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  Just as a snake sheds its skin, we must shed our past over and over again. - —Gautama Buddha By Sam Davidson Recently I saw a post on social media reminding people that as spring comes on strong, so do snakes. The post offered visual proof (see above) of this, in the form of a healthy, four-foot [ READ MORE... ]
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Not too long ago, the Sacramento River Delta was almost exclusively a salmon and steelhead fishery—kings would stage in great numbers before taking to the river and running throughout the system. Same with chromers.  Today, the delta is likely better known for its striped bass and smallmouth bass [ READ MORE... ]
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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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