Monthly Archives: March 2009

The Rules of Engagement

We want to hear from you and have good discussion about conservaton and fishing, but we’ve established some commenting rules to keep things cordial and on-topic. Please read and follow these two simple guidelines before you comment on this or any … Continue reading

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The Fish Agenda

  In the spring issue, we drafted a conservation agenda for the new Congress and president.  Our wish-list for the next few years includes: Serious action on climate change Roll backs on the oil and gas industry’s environmental exemptions Inclusion of … Continue reading

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Read the Spring issue Online

The spring issue is starting to hit mailboxes, but you can also read our digital version online here (you’ll need your tu.org login and password) or read our feature on trans basin diversions for free here and let us know … Continue reading

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New to the neighborhood?

If you’re new to the invasive species discussions (they generally wreak havoc on native trout fisheries), here are a few videos about two of the worst offenders: didymo and whirling disease. Whirling Disease   Didymo

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Response to Felt Sole Ban

  The responses to TU’s announcement of a felt sole boot and wader ban have prompted questions from members. Here’s TU Whirling Disease Foundation Executive Director Dave Kumlien’s response to some of your questions.

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The River Why Runs Through It?

Although we’ve read about some production controversy, many anglers and TUers are excited to see a movie version of the prolific David James Duncan book The River Why. Duncan is reportedly producing his own version of the movie with A … Continue reading

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