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Ask a child to choose between a river and a mine and they will choose the river without hesitation. You need not explain the river belongs to all of us. You need not explain the mining company is owned by a foreign conglomerate whose only interest is to wring every short-term dollar from the [ READ MORE... ]
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'Tis the season for emergers. Cold-weather flies like midges and even Blue-winged Olives are popping on warmer winter days in rivers all over America, and trout are always looking for them.  In the video below, Tim Flagler ties a popular fly with a couple of little variations—his WD 40 Plus is just [ READ MORE... ]
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By Kyle Smith Jim Rogers first came to Elk River over 50 years ago as a forester and was tasked with logging off the watershed for its heralded Port Orford Cedar. Following a short time in the Elk basin, it quickly became clear to Jim that the river was special and that his true purpose wasn’t to [ READ MORE... ]
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Fly fishing trophy hunters are all about traveling to far-flung places to chase big fish. Heck, we just highlighted a pair of videos that focus on chasing giant browns and rainbows in New Zealand, where both species of trout are interlopers in Kiwi waters. And then there's Patagonia, where big [ READ MORE... ]
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By Dustin Wichterman As I crested the edge of Swago Mountain at daybreak, I couldn’t help but feel a sense of nostalgia. Thinking back to excerpts from GD McNeil’s The Last Forest, his accounts from the early 1900s of brook trout by the hundreds and fish as big as 18 inches made me yearn for those [ READ MORE... ]
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Westslope cutthroat trout Native trout in our country face a daunting variety of threats, including climate change, drought, invasive species and degraded habitat. Across the country, Trout Unlimited staff are working on the ground to give them a fighting chance—and those efforts were recognized [ READ MORE... ]
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One of the best things about my job – and there are a lot of best things – is working with young companies. These are businesses, often run by young entrepreneurs, who haven’t been on the fly fishing scene for very long. Don’t get me wrong, I love all our TU Business members. I love working with [ READ MORE... ]
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By Cole Baldino To the average angler, New Jersey may not seem like a top fishing destination, but if you live in the Northeast, it should be.   A plethora of coldwater streams drain from the New Jersey Highlands and into the Delaware River, and Trout Unlimited is working to make the fishing even [ READ MORE... ]
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Photo courtesy of Brodie Buchanan, Hatch Magazine. While the East Coast has been in the grips of a brutal winter, many here in the West are wondering when winter's actually going to start. From Montana to Colorado, snowfall accumlation is down quite a bit, and winter temperatures are up, spurring [ READ MORE... ]
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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 [ READ MORE... ]
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