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by Chris Hunt There's a great little run on the South Fork of the Snake that's only wadable when water managers lower the river in the fall, after harvest is all but done and the demand for downstream water subsides a bit. During high summer, with the river literally the potential energy for Snake [ READ MORE... ]
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A Firehole River brown trout caught on a small soft-hackle.  By Chris Hunt For years and years, fly fishing for trout, for me, was a three-period game, not a four-quarter contest. It was hockey, not football (even though I’m not much of a hockey guy). Depending on the season, the time of day or the [ READ MORE... ]
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Dave Sweet, left, and Joe McGurrin—two of TU's finest. Long-time Trout Unlimited Director of Resources Joe McGurrin and David Sweet, a volunteer leader with TU's East Yellowstone Chapter were awarded the two most prestigious awards at the Wild Trout Symposium in West Yellowstone, Mont., this week [ READ MORE... ]
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By Chris Hunt   I first fished the upper Gibbon River some 20 years ago. In its quiet, high reaches above Virginia Cascades, it is perhaps the prettiest stretch of meadow stream in all of Yellowstone. It snakes, cold and deep, through a picturesque mountain valley below a couple of high-country [ READ MORE... ]
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Here's a little good news for your weekend. A few days ago, a year to the day that tens of thousands of coldwater fish were killed in the Yellowstone River due to low flows, high water temperatures, and associated disease, TU signed an agreement with Kinross—a mining company out of Toronto—that [ 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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Public Land: Bridger-Teton National Forest Driving south from Yellowstone National Park in Western Wyoming, visitors drive through the awe-inspiring Bridger-Teton National Forest. The mighty snow-capped Tetons provide a scenic backdrop to the pine stands, open fields and meadows that make up the [ READ MORE... ]
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Editor's note: The TU Costa Five Rivers Program Native Odyssey Team visited Yellowstone National Park recently, where they chased native fish in the waters where they belong.  Public Land: Yellowstone National Park. Established March 1, 1872, Yellowstone National Park covers an area of 3,471 square [ READ MORE... ]
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The Jefferson River is one of several southwest Montana rivers closed to fishing from 2 p.m. to midnight until conditions approve.  If you're planning to fish one of several southwest Montana rivers this week, you need to get up early and be done by 2 p.m.  According to the Montana Fish, Wildlife [ READ MORE... ]
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By Brett Prettyman We were still stringing lines and slipping on wading boots when my preteen nephew came running into the parking area at Three Dollar Bridge on the Madison River. “Look how big this bug is,” he squealed while holding an enormous, and still squiggling, insect out for us to behold [ READ MORE... ]
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