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Editor's note: The following is exerpted from TU's book, "Trout Tips," available online for overnight delivery. Try not to put a kid in a position where that first ast will the only one that counts. Experience fly guys are so used to situations where that first drift of a dry or swing of a streamer [ READ MORE... ]
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If you're new to fly fishing, Orvis' Tom Rosenbauer ought to the be voice in your head. Tom is maybe the nicest guy I've met, and he has a knack for making everything sound easy, and even when it's not, he can guide you through the process, step by step, until it is. While Tom has fished all over [ READ MORE... ]
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By Shannon Mayes This Fall was quite busy for the TU Teens of Gallipolis. Our new members join in early October, and we now have 41 students participating in 6th, 7th, and 8th grades. This year, we are learning about conservation and basic casting skills. Students have started projects featuring [ READ MORE... ]
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If your TU Chapter or Council has Trout or Salmon in the Classroom programs, this is a fun project they can take part in with other classrooms across the country. Please pass on this announcement to teachers and coordinators: Enhance STEAM learning with your TIC/SIC/AaT program by joining the 2018 [ READ MORE... ]
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TU Teen Devin Brandes, pictured above in blue, shares his story of how he successfully began a day camp for kids called the Rocky Point Fly Fishing Camp. Inspired by this experience, he built upon his success to start a volunteer program called You Can Fly that recruits young people from the Boys [ READ MORE... ]
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Starting in 2017, a new fundraising campaign was initiated by the 066-Guadalupe River TU chapter to support and sustain TU's Headwaters Youth Program. It's a 10 year fundraising plan to raise $40,000 each year to support staff and programs like Trout in the Classroom, STREAM Girls, and TU's Youth [ READ MORE... ]
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Teen essay contest winnter Harrison B. fishing with a volunteer at the Trout Unlimited camp. Editor's Note: Each year, TU Camp and Academy graduates are invited to enter the TU Teen Essay Contest to share camp experiences. This year we had four finalists, and Harrison's essay is the final to be [ READ MORE... ]
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Each year, TU Camp and Academy graduates are invited to enter the TU Teen Essay Contest in which they share their camp experiences. This year we had four finalists, and Mason's essay is the third to be posted in this series as the first runner up! Mason is from Virginia and attended the Tri State [ READ MORE... ]
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The TU Costa 5 Rivers Native Odyssey college students above. The Native Odyssey was featured in Chris Wood's State of TU address. By Tara Granke In case you missed it, during his 2017 State of TU address, Chris Wood personally pledged $1,000 to the GRTU Tomorrow Fund and asked those gathered to [ READ MORE... ]
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blog BY chris_wood ON November 22 - 0 COMMENTS
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Seven years ago, I asked Marcia Woolman, the first woman to win the Ray Mortenson Award, the highest honor Trout Unlimited gives to a volunteer, what was most important for volunteers. Her response? “Chris, just say thank you.” Today, I begin every day thinking about Marcia’s counsel. How do you [ READ MORE... ]
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