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By Tara Granke Trout Unlimited is ready to shatter stereotypes and break boundaries. In early September, TU’s Headwaters Youth Program partnered with the Girl Scouts of Western Washington to hold the first-ever Train-the-Trainer for an outdoor STEM education experience designed for middle-school [ READ MORE... ]
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By Nelli Williams I frantically dug through a pile of clean laundry that had been sitting on the recliner all week (OK, maybe more). I was searching for two kid-sized wool socks—we had at least a dozen, so why I couldn’t find two was beyond me. Victorious, I found one in the pile and the other [ READ MORE... ]
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This reel is a significant upgrade for any angler. Trading up my circa 2006 Battenkill III, to this newer model, the first thing I noticed was the more streamlined edges compared to its predecessor. The black nickel compliments any type of rod: from classic bamboo, to vintage fiberglass or even my [ READ MORE... ]
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From the Stop Feeling Sorry for Yourself Department, I offer you this: A new Orvis film about a remarkable woman who had polio as a child and now goes fly fishing ... with her feet.  ORVIS Presents: Toe to Toe Video of ORVIS Presents: Toe to Toe Mary Loudder is [ READ MORE... ]
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by Jenny Weis   The only thing that made sense to do on our second marriage anniversary was to go fishing.   A voracious lifelong angler, my husband, Sam, introduced me to fly fishing. He supplied me with the rod, reel, and meticulously organized bead box I used today. The net I used to land the [ READ MORE... ]
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Editor's note: The TU Costa Five Rivers Program sent a handful of young anglers on fishing and discovery journey all across America in search of native trout. This installment focuses on Oregon's Deschutes National Forest.  Location: Deschutes National Forest The Deschutes National Forest stretches [ READ MORE... ]
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Editor's note: The TU Costa Five Rivers Native Odyssey team spent the summer traveling across America in search of native trout. This installment: Idaho.  Public Land: Sawtooth National Forest The Sawtooth National Forest encompasses 2,110,408 acres largely in Idaho, but also partially in Utah. It [ READ MORE... ]
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Public Land: Bridger-Teton National Forest Driving south from Yellowstone National Park in Western Wyoming, visitors drive through the awe-inspiring Bridger-Teton National Forest. The mighty snow-capped Tetons provide a scenic backdrop to the pine stands, open fields and meadows that make up the [ READ MORE... ]
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Eighteen species in two months across 10 states is one of the more challenging feats I have attempted to accomplish in my lifetime; and Utah posed as quite the challenge. But it’s OK, because the challenge is what keeps us fisherman coming back for more. We arrived in Utah in search of the Utah [ READ MORE... ]
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Editor's note: The following is experpted from TU's new book, "Trout Tips," which is available for overnight delivery.  When prospecting for trout, don't flock-shoot and cast to the top of the run where you think there might be a fish and let your fly drift throught the whole run. Split the pool or [ READ MORE... ]
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