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The Tongass National Forest. It is that time of the year again.  Building off the success of last year’s Native Odyssey campaign, Trout Unlimited is sending four of our brightest college club leaders in the TU Costa 5 Rivers Program to explore the home of the world’s largest runs of wild salmon: [ READ MORE... ]
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Photos of the Naknek River by Mark Hieronymous By Jenny Weis Working in communications for Trout Unlimited, I encounter more than a fair share of “grip ‘n grin” fish photos. Given this, I like to think of myself as somewhat of an expert on the components for what makes the perfect photo. In my [ READ MORE... ]
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By Eric Booton I start by asking the kids "what kind of rod is this?" While holding up a basic Shakespeare 8-weight combo rod on display for them to analyze. The answers vary, some are wrong, some are accurate, and some are obscure. The best answer remains "it's an old timey rod!" I am self-taught [ READ MORE... ]
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RIO Products celebrates amateur film makers in the fly fishing arena with its second annual RIO Amateur Fly Fishing Film Awards. With many great films submitted for year two, Meris McHaney took away the grand prize for 2018 with her film “Lucky." "Lucky" - Winner of the RIO Award in the 2018 RIO [ READ MORE... ]
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It's raining here in Montana. The rivers are blown out and let's be honest—it's just kind of cold and miserable out there. So lets play a game. Fishing dogs are their own breed of hound. They're goofier and light of heart in ways working dogs or hunting dogs aren't. I like to think it's because [ READ MORE... ]
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When I first started fly fishing, the complex lexicon unique to the sport was intimidating. Think back to that first time you walked into a fly shop and asked what today might seem like a really simple question. It was ... uncomfortable.  Now, imagine you've just started fly fishing a couple years [ READ MORE... ]
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Fly fishing lends itself to great images. And, as Orvis Ambassador and photographer Becca Skinner points out in the short film below, only a portion of those images have to do with actually fishing. Many, if not most, of the images collected from a fly fishing adventure have to do with the journey [ READ MORE... ]
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A settlement that could move a dam to a better location than beneath the Maroon Bells might be reached in Colorado. Wikipedia photo. Editor's note: Every day, all across America, TU volunteers are working in their local watersheds to improve habitat, water quality and angler opportunity. We're [ READ MORE... ]
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Participants at a recent STREAM Girls event held in South Carolina get their feet wet. Trout Unlimited photo. By Franklin Tate Composer Aaron Copland was so inspired by Appalachian spring he wrote a symphony about it. Countless other artists and musicians have also found their muses once the days [ READ MORE... ]
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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 cast will be the only one that counts. Experienced fly guys are so used to situations where that first drift of a dry or swing of a [ READ MORE... ]
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