Monthly Archives: June 2010

New Anglers Mean New Stewards

Trout Unlimited members know the value of recruiting new anglers to the sport. Whether they launch youth camps, facilitate Trout in the Classroom programs or host women’s fly fishing workshops, TUers reach out to potential new anglers because they know that … Continue reading

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Team TU goes distance to protect Teton Canyon

Yes, TU folks are often fishing on the weekends. But on a recent Saturday morning, Western Water Project staff and Idaho volunteers put on their running shoes as part of a TU relay team at the Teton Dam Marathon near Rexburg, Idaho.  … Continue reading

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Ready to Splash: A Fisherman’s Account of Getting His Boat in the Water

Ever wonder what it takes for a Bristol Bay commercial fisherman to get ready for the frenzied sockeye salmon season, when tens of millions of wild salmon return to spawn? Naknek fisherman and Trout Unlimited Alaska contractor Everett Thompson walks … Continue reading

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Q&A With TU’s New President and CEO

Wondering what’s in store for TU now that Chris Wood has taken over the helm as president and CEO? Check out the interview below to see Wood answer a few of Trout‘s questions.

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Embrace-A-Stream Grants Benefit 24 Chapter Projects

As reported in the summer issue of Trout, TU’s Embrace-A-Stream committee awarded grants to 24 chapter projects in 14 states this year, totaling over $125,000 in restoration funding. Embrace-A-Stream has awarded nearly $4 million to grassroots projects since 1975. Check … Continue reading

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Annual Meeting Bylaws and Amendments

The TU annual meeting is only a few months away, so book your travel to Waterville Valley, N.H. for the Sept 15-19 meeting to make your voice heard. In addition to enjoying fishing days, the awards banquet and conservation tours of … Continue reading

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The Women Who Make TU’s Work Possible

In the summer issue Stream Champion profile, you’ll read about an amazing TU volunteer in the Midwest: the Southeast Wisconsin Chapter’s Henry Koltz. What you won’t read much about–because we regrettably didn’t have the room in print–is just how much … Continue reading

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TU’s History with Acid Rain

You read about acid rain’s persisting watershed damage in Chris Camuto’s column in the summer issue of Trout. Although some believe that acid rain isn’t as fashionable an issue as it once was, Camuto points out the lingering need for volunteer stream … Continue reading

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Summer Trout Magazine Online Now

The printed magazine will arrive in your mailboxes soon, but if you just can’t wait to read Rocky Barker’s story about the Idaho roadless rule or our Q&A with NOAA Fisheries leader Eric Schwaab, login and read the summer issue now. … Continue reading

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Anchorage Chefs Compete in TU Salmon Cook-Off

Chefs from some of Anchorage’s most popular restaurants will compete in a salmon cook-off organized and sponsored by Trout Unlimited Alaska this coming Saturday. The cook-off is the first in a series of Savor Bristol Bay events this summer in … Continue reading

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