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You may remember seeing our friends at Pescador on the Fly in previous blogs or in TROUT Magazine. They are excited to announce that they are now shipping their new Premium Travel Fly Rods, currently available in 5 weight, but rest assured, they have more sizes on the way. These 9-foot fly rods [ READ MORE... ]
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Diana Miller with a migratory Yellowstone cutthroat caught in late June in the Thorofare area of the Bridger Teton National Forest in Wyoming. Dave Sweet photo. By Dave Sweet Reports have been circulating for several years about Yellowstone cutthroat trout returning to their upper Yellowstone River [ READ MORE... ]
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By Chris Wood Last week, I saw a video celebrating the removal of the Tack Factory Dam on Third Herring Brook in Massachusetts. Like all dam removals, it involved many partners especially the North and South Rivers Watershed Association, local TU chapters, the MA/RI Council, NOAA, and Steve Hurley [ READ MORE... ]
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What do you call a team of great and passionate guides who love to do nothing but fly fish? In western New York, we call them Zero Limit Adventures. Zero Limit Adventures is a uniquely staffed guide service with expertise in various skills as well as diverse interests, backgrounds and personalities [ READ MORE... ]
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By Chris Wood “I was the first person Charles Gauvin hired at Trout Unlimited when he became CEO in 1992. He wanted to hire Steve Moyer, but Steve and Michelle just had their first child, and Steve thought the organization’s finances were too unstable. At the time Trout Unlimited had a budget of $2 [ READ MORE... ]
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Katy, with support from her friend Tiffannie, was able to land this beauty of a brown trout at the last bend before the boat ramp during the Women's Fly Fishing Float. Photo by Miguel Valdez.   By Sadie St. Clair When the Seedskadee Chapter of Trout Unlimited started the annual Women’s Fly Fishing [ READ MORE... ]
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By Chris Wood After I graduated college, my older brother, John, introduced me to a friend who was a Jesuit priest. At the time, I was a somewhat aimless bartender, ice cream maker and assistant high school football coach. One night after dinner and drinks, Father Donald asked me three questions: “ [ READ MORE... ]
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By Chris Wood Jake Marshall, whose Dad helped to organize TroutFest, a huge TU event in Texas that raises a lot of money for youth education through the Tomorrow Fund, said he was there “to help conserve our waters.” Laurel Smith, a graduate of the amazing Georgia Trout Camp, said she was there “to [ READ MORE... ]
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Volunteers walk along railroad tracks in Provo Canyon, Utah, after participating in an organzied river cleanup by Brighton Anglers. Courtesy Brighton Anglers. By Brett Prettyman The sudden jolt backwards almost made me fall out of the boat. After my less-than-graceful fall into the dory seat I [ READ MORE... ]
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An otherwise routine trip to check on a conservation project turned into a grand adventure for TU staffer Nick Walrath and his daughter, Aven. Walrath family photo. By Nick Walrath As parents we sometimes overlook the fact what may seem a mundane routine to us could be the adventure of a lifetime [ READ MORE... ]
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