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Red’s Fly Shop

Red’s Fly Shop is a complete outfitter, shipping products all over the world from their unique riverside location in the Yakima River Canyon. The history of Red’s dates back to 1932 when it was known as “The Lattice Inn”. Although reports are somewhat unsubstantiated, it is whispered that the Lattice Inn was not for the

Tualatin Valley

The Tualatin Valley Chapter of Trout Unlimited is a coldwater fisheries conservation organization dedicated to protecting the native runs of trout and salmon that define our wild heritage. We have over 700 members throughout the Portland area living west of the Willamette River. We focus our main conservation efforts on the local watersheds within the

TU’s top 10 conservation campaigns of 2019

Bristol Bay  The clear, cold rivers of the Bristol Bay region in southwest Alaska support some of the strongest remaining salmon runs in North America. These waters entice anglers, tourists and other outdoor enthusiasts from around the globe to view rare and majestic wildlife, marvel at an untouched landscape, and chase trophy rainbow trout and salmon. The region is under imminent threat

Decades-long effort to fully fund conservation priorities finally realized

With outdoor participation skyrocketing, dollars for access, habitat and maintenance crucial  For immediate release  July 22, 2020  Contact: Shauna Stephenson Trout Unlimited (307) 757-7861, sstephenson@tu.org  (July 22, 2020) WASHINGTON D.C. — Landmark conservation legislation that includes full and permanent funding for the Land and Water Conservation Fund and dedicated funding for the maintenance backlog on public lands passed the House today, making its next stop the President’s

Orvis and Trout Unlimited to Work on Restoration Project in the Gallatin National Forest

04/15/2008 Orvis and Trout Unlimited to Work on Restoration Project in the Gallatin National Forest 04/15/2008 Contacts: Clint Sestrich: (406) 823-6985, Travis Morris: (406) 599-3356 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Orvis and Trout Unlimited to Work on Restoration Project in the Gallatin National Forest The Madison Gallatin Chapter of Trout Unlimited (TU), Orvis and volunteers from the

Native Odyssey: A swing through Idaho

Published in Uncategorized

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 is comprised of multiple terrain types including sagebrush steppe, spruce-fir

Thinking downstream

Published in Conservation, Fishing

Casey working a hickory shad “Would you pick Larry Bird or Magic? Who is better Michael or LeBron? Would you take Russell Westbrook or Steph Curry?” For two hours, every few minutes, the questions came. Casey is 13, and a big kid. He hit a dinger in each of his last three baseball games. We

Battenkill Home Rivers Initiative

Flowing from Manchester, Vt., to the Hudson River near Schuylerville, N.Y., the Battenkill is a historic river. It is a significant contributor to the surrounding economy – drawing fly-fishers, paddlers, and outdoor explorers from near and far.  Additionally, several successful agricultural operations that enjoy the fruits of a highly productive and functioning watershed. To ensure the long-term stability of this amazing resource and economic driver,

Projects

The CCF Board meets with Trout Unlimited’s conservation leaders once a year, where the staff make proposals for project support, and the Board decides how to distribute that year’s fund. The following are featured Coldwater Conservation Fund projects. Download CCF impact reports at the bottom of this page. Wild Trout Designations, Pennsylvania CCF grants in

Newsletter features 2020 highlights for Great Lakes team

Published in Conservation

We all know that 2020 was far from a normal year. Despite the challenges brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, Trout Unlimited’s Great Lakes team soldiered on. The team, which continues to grow, was able to accomplish many key projects in the field as well as to continue advocacy efforts. Below are a few of the highlights from 2020, as well as a look ahead