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By Jenny Weis You learned the facts about the massive proposed Pebble Mine. You've seen the fish pictures. Maybe you've released the legendary rainbows back into the cold, clear water. You've read the science. You've been outraged at the lies told by the Pebble Partnership.  And then, you took [ READ MORE... ]
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Want to feel small and insignificant? Take a look at this film below that follows a single trickle of water as it rises from vapor in the Pacific Ocean, moves west as part of a cloud over the Kitimat Range of northwestern British Columbia and then falls as a single snowflake high in the mountains. [ READ MORE... ]
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I love fishing Clousers. I hate tying with bucktail. I can never seem to get the bucktail material to lie flat and stay flat. Most of my Clousers tied with yellow and white bucktail have splayed tails and likely swim like nothing a fish predator has ever seen. Craft Fur Clouser [ READ MORE... ]
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By Eric Booton An apple fritter and a cup of Wildman’s Blend before fishing the Kenai River, that’s my thing.   I know I am not the only fly fisher that dabbles in at least a mild amount of superstition. When it comes to having a good day on the water, why risk skipping any potential good luck [ READ MORE... ]
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By Nelli Williams Standing in a packed elementary school gym last week I found myself once again marveling at the persistence and perseverance of the people when it comes to protecting Bristol Bay’s salmon resources. The fight to safeguard Bristol Bay from the proposed Pebble Mine has been waging [ READ MORE... ]
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SOTU 2017 10142017 from Trout Unlimited on Vimeo.   Trout Unlimited President and CEO Chris Wood presents the State of Trout Unlimited at the TU annual meeting in Roanoke, Va., in September 2017.
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blog BY chris_hunt ON October 17 - 0 COMMENTS
Beads demystified
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Beads for fly tying can be mystery, especially for beginning tiers who are looking to either dress up a nymph or a streamer or to simply get the fly down deep and avoid having to use split shot while fishing.  Beads and Cones Video of Beads and Cones Here, Tim [ READ MORE... ]
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Most of us trout anglers here in the States are settling into the shorter, cooler days of autumn, switching over from high-floating summer terrestrials to small-ish mayflies and caddis as fish start to feed on what's available, not just what looks good. We're slowing down. We're more deliberate. In [ READ MORE... ]
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The author's Adams. Or... a distant cousin to the Adams.  I love to tie flies. But, like a guy who also loves to sing in the shower, I'm better off keeping my skills to myself.  Of late, while working away at the computer, my office has turned into a remote fly-tying station. I'll tie a few flies [ READ MORE... ]
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What if I were to tell you, hypothetically speaking, that I had an absolutely epic day today (which is often the case in October in Colorado, unless it snows … and sometimes even when it does)? So what qualifies as epic? Put in at a public launch. Took out at a public launch. Floated about 10 [ READ MORE... ]
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