Monthly Archives: September 2009

The Mystery of the Fall Magazine Cover Shot

The questions and comments about the fall issue of Trout are rolling in, but it’s the cover shot that has created the most buzz so far: Where was this killer shot taken?   “What’s the secret?” one reader asked. I … Continue reading

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Trout Magazine Fall Issue Online

  Your magazines are on their way to your mailboxes right now, but if you just can’t wait to see the fall issue, check out the online version now. In this issue, you’ll find features on TU’s use of the … Continue reading

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How Culverts Wreak Havoc for Trout Passage

For a well-rounded understanding of just how bad culverts are for trout passage all over the country, read Susan Q. Stranahan’s story in the fall issue of Trout. Culverts pose an insidious and widespread threat in tributaries, everywhere there’s a … Continue reading

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Artists Discuss Arkansas River Fabric Wrap

As you can read in David Stalling’s article in the fall issue of Trout, artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude are in the planning stages of an art project that will veil 40 miles of Colorado’s Arkansas River in fabric.  In these … Continue reading

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Trailer Time

In the fall issue of Trout magazine, you saw reviews on two movies, The Lost World of Mr. Hardy and Raising the Ghost. Check out the trailers to both films below, and see the fall 2009 issue of Trout for … Continue reading

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Tellico Dam Lawyer Talks About Landmark Case

As you can learn about in this Tom Kenworthy story from the fall issue of Trout, environmental efforts to stop the Tellico Dam from being built on the Little Tennesse River in the 1970s shaped and tested the then-new Endangered Species … Continue reading

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Climate skeptics vs. water planners in West

Here’s an interesting article in Aspen Times with survey results about public attitudes in Western states toward climate change. Bottom line: Many water planners in communities across the West see clear evidence of a future of warming and less water, but … Continue reading

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The Tiger of Nevada

Granted, the tiger trout is a hybrid laboratory creation–a “Frankenfish,” if you will, but for trout anglers all across the country, these aggressive fish that have the bold nature of both their brook trout and brown trout parents, provide a unique … Continue reading

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TU Member Reels In Potential World-Record Trout

Tom Healy’s phone has been ringing off the hook. People he hasn’t heard from in 25 years have called to congratulate him. Fishermen around the world have heard about him and wish they were him. All because of a big … Continue reading

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10 Most-endangered habitats in the West

Together with our partners in the Sportsmen for Responsible Energy Development coalition, TU released a new report titled “Hunting and Fishing Imperiled.” Profiled in the report are endangered habitats like Colorado’s Roan Plateau and the Horse Creek/Rye Grass Rim country … Continue reading

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