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The new film “A River’s Reckoning,” produced by conservation groups Trout Unlimited and American Rivers, premiered Saturday at the 16th Annual Wild and Scenic Film Festival in Nevada City, Calif., one of the nation’s most popular and prestigious environmental film festivals. The film, an official [ READ MORE... ]
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For a lot of fly tiers (or a lot of fly tiers like me, anyway), there's always a bit of guess work when it comes to measuring materials before they are tied to the hook. Often, for me, it's a "Well, I guess that looks about right" sort of endeavor. How to Accurately Measure Materials [ 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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As noted in the video below, "cruising trout are feeding trout." When we see pods of trout working certain stretches of the river, it's tough to keep our cool sometimes. The prospect of an afternoon spent wandering a small stretch of river while catching several trout is pretty appealing, right [ READ MORE... ]
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TU volunteer Steve Zakur found the right place for his adventure a couple years ago. I'm always a bit apprehensive about dropping big money on a far-flung fishing adventure to some distant lodge in the middle of nowhere. There are just so many things to consider, and the price and location are just [ READ MORE... ]
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If some truly unfortunate calamity were to strike the fly-fishing filmmaking industry, and only one artist could soldier forward and make movies about our beloved pasttime, my secret hope is that that one artist would be Todd Moen. Fly fishing, perhaps because many consider it an art in and of [ READ MORE... ]
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I was introduced to the non-slip loop knot a few years back on my first trip to the Louisiana marsh to chase redfish with a fly rod. The guide who toted me around the marsh not far outside of New Orleans explained to me that my fly needed a bit more action and that it needed to move a bit more [ READ MORE... ]
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Ice fishing can be fun. Right? By Mark Taylor “Ice fishing?” The text popped up the other day, a week into the unusually frigid spell that had gripped much of the continental U.S. “I don’t think so,” I replied. I’m usually up for just about any kind of fishing, especially if options are limited. [ READ MORE... ]
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Trout Unlimited has partnered with KastKing on a branded wader-changing mat. KastKing will donate a portion of every sale of every KastKing Wader Changer to TU to help make fishing better all across North America. KastKing Wader Changer has a retail selling price of $19.98. KastKing will donate 5 [ READ MORE... ]
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Most of trout country is in the grips of winter, but that doesn’t mean trout fishing has to stop. Fly fishing for winter trout can be just as productive as spring, summer or fall fishing if anglers take care to adjust to the changes in trout behavior, habitat and, of course, cold temperatures that [ READ MORE... ]
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