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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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Trout Unlimited, as part of its Sportsmen for Responsible Energy Development partnership, is proud to announce the release of “Lessons Learned: A Blueprint for Securing our Energy Future While Preserving America’s Sporting Heritage”. The report includes examples of places where energy production [ READ MORE... ]
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“Dad, look!” I followed Wylie’s arm and saw a big bald eagle perched in a tree. It was one of 10 sightings that week. Wylie, 13, has grown taller than my 6’2”. When we go back-to-back, it is only a mother who remembers her first baby, and his hyper-competitive brothers who refuse to allow their [ READ MORE... ]
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image.jpeg I have owned three suits in my life. The last one I bought was a classic seersucker to officiate at the outdoor wedding in Augustin Atlanta of my friends Neil and Mara (until that afternoon, I did not know one could sweat through a tie). The second was for my own wedding—a [ 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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Acclaimed author John Gierach will provide a column for TROUT magazine. Photo courtesy CD Clarke. By Kirk Deeter   TROUT, the quarterly publication of Trout Unlimited, will be welcoming acclaimed author John Gierach, and acclaimed artist Bob White to its regular lineup, beginning with the fall 2017 [ 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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By Christian Chavez Cast. Catch. Film. Repeat.The main ingredients you'll need for a captivating fishing video. But what else can make a great fishing video? And why am I even talking about this?The Seedskadee Chapter of Trout Unlimited, located in Green River, Wyoming, is offering our first [ READ MORE... ]
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Combat fishing in Alaska at its finest. By Dave Atcheson My reasons for fishing vary. Sure, sometimes it’s utilitarian; to fill the freezer, but more often than not it’s about the experience. It’s about connecting to the outdoors, to something larger than myself, the sense of peace and relaxation [ READ MORE... ]
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Handlng fish is no longer required to prove they exist in a river system. Joshua Duplechian/Trout Unlimited By Helen Neville Documenting the presence of a particular species of fish usually requires physical contact with it, via electrofishing, netting, or even angling.  We know the fish is there [ READ MORE... ]
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