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By Sam Davidson Nowadays there is no age limit, apparently, for quarterbacks. Or for fly fishing. Last weekend, my eighty-year-old mother joined legends such as Lefty Kreh and Frank Moore in providing more proof of the latter, as she waded up and down the banks of the South and Clark forks of the [ READ MORE... ]
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Trout Unlimited's Ted Trueblood Chapter out of Boise, Idaho, orchestrates a summer camp for children ages 10-13  each year. The goals of this camp include educating the campers about fish, fisheries, ecosystems and environments surrounding fly fishing, and the conservation that comes along with [ READ MORE... ]
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By Eric Booton I am in the washing machine.  Stuck in the cycle of rushing water. The power of the water has me in its clutches and is reluctant to let go. I am trapped in the hydraulic power of the rapid. Water is rushing in and filling the boat. I am thankful for self bailing technology, but I am [ READ MORE... ]
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Alaska Program director, Nelli Williams, holds a microphone for a crowd of Pebble Mine opponents saying, "Wrong Mine, Wrong Place!" at a Monday rally in Anchorage. Photo by Brandon Hill From an op-ed published in the Alaska Dispatch News. Amid another EPA comment period regarding protections for [ READ MORE... ]
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A young pronghorn fawn attempts to avoid detection within the Greater Little Mountain Area in southwest Wyoming. Josh Duplechian/Trout Unlimited By Brett Prettyman “The Little Mountain area is considered by many to be the crown jewel for wildlife and recreation.” Former Wyoming Governor David [ READ MORE... ]
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Participating in the Wyoming Cutt Slam Challenge is not just about catching the four native species of cutthroat trout in the Cowboy State. It is about making lifelong memories with special people while attempting to catch the fish. On a recent Seedskadee Trout Unlimited member fishing trip Reid [ READ MORE... ]
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There are a lot of great things about working for Trout Unlimited. There are even more great things about working with TU Business members. But the best part is the people you get to know. The people who support conservation, the ones who go the extra mile in everything they do—they’re the ones who [ READ MORE... ]
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By Dave Atcheson As usual, there have been many stories this year in Alaska about bear encounters and, unfortunately, two deaths attributed to black bears. This brings up the ever-present question of what steps we, as fishermen, might take to avoid similar confrontations. It is a topic that often [ READ MORE... ]
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The head of a tiger trout. Paul Burnett/Trout Unlimited. By Brett Prettyman This is the tale of two fish. The take was similar. The tug was not. One easily provided more thrill than the other, but it was not the fish you would expect. I recently had the chance to visit the family ranch of a good [ READ MORE... ]
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Bill Templin and wild trout, SF Kings River.  By Sam Davidson Almost twenty years ago, a man who had carried on a long term love affair with what must be one of the most underappreciated trout streams in the Sierra Nevada decided he was in a generous mood, and would form a group to share in the [ READ MORE... ]
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