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Westslope cutthroat trout Native trout in our country face a daunting variety of threats, including climate change, drought, invasive species and degraded habitat. Across the country, Trout Unlimited staff are working on the ground to give them a fighting chance—and those efforts were recognized [ READ MORE... ]
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The new film “A River’s Reckoning,” produced by conservation groups Trout Unlimited and American Rivers, premiered Saturday at the 16th Annual Wild and Scenic Film Festival in Nevada City, Calif., one of the nation’s most popular and prestigious environmental film festivals.The film, an [ READ MORE... ]
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Q&A with Scott Yates Scott Yates, director of Trout Unlimited’s Western Water and Habitat Program, has worked for almost 20 years with ranchers and farmers on water and conservation projects across the West. He shares his thoughts on pursuing conservation in working landscapes: Q: Why is [ READ MORE... ]
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Unfortunately, not every large mining company has the ethical backbone to truly be called a "steward" of the resources they pull from the earth, especially when it comes to what's left over when they're done. To wit, the West is pocked by abandoned mines, SuperFund sites and permanent scars that, [ READ MORE... ]
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Sometimes, the simplest ideas are the best. I first saw this one at the ICAST show last summer, and it was love at first sight. I grabbed one immediately. We loved it so much we included it in the Holiday Gift Guide in the winter issue of TROUT. It’s not big, it’s not expensive and it just cooler [ READ MORE... ]
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Bob Capron has helped move countless trout from sure death in irrigation canals back to the mainstem of the Shoshone river near Cody, Wyoming. Brett Prettyman/Trout Unlimited By Dave Sweet Any angler lucky enough to have caught trout near Cody, Wyoming, may want to send Bob Capron a thank you note [ READ MORE... ]
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Socks – unless you live in a climate a lot friendlier than Wyoming, you wear ‘em. But that doesn’t mean they have to be boring. How’d you like to lose those white crews and wear some socks that stand out? Better yet, how’d you like to have awesome socks and do some great things for cold, clean [ READ MORE... ]
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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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