Tag Archives: All Things Fishing

Embracing an icon: Rio Grande del Norte monument designation

Rio Grande del Norte from Our Sporting Heritage on Vimeo. By Garrett VeneKlasen As you head north out of Santa Fe on US-285 there is a prominent overpass spanning the highway. Stamped deep in its massive upper concrete support beam, … Continue reading

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NY to Issue Fracking Regs–What will they mean for trout streams?

Today, New York officials announced that the state will move forward in issuing revised regulations on hydraulic fracturing for shale gas drilling, despite the fact that its environmental review—a process that should inform how hydraulic fracturing is regulated—is not yet … Continue reading

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The Birds and the Bees (And Elk, Bears and Wild Trout!)

My son is approaching his teenage years, he’s been asking a lot of questions, and so we recently had that talk.  Yes, one of those talks we angling parents must eventually face explaining the wonderful complexities of watersheds. Last week … Continue reading

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Worth more than gold…

Friends: If the White House and EPA do not initiate the process to protect Bristol Bay before the end of July, it is unlikely to get done in a first term of President Obama’s Administration; and that would come as … Continue reading

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Introducing ‘The Friday 5′

From now on, you’ll be able to tune into the Trout Unlimited Blog to find five hot happenings in trout fishing–from landmark events to signature hatches–every Friday afternoon.  Here’s our first “Friday 5.”  1)      This week, the Great Works Dam … Continue reading

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Verdict is in: EPA, White House must stop Pebble Mine

Dear Friends, What do the chairman of the Republican Party in North Carolina; the Republican majority leader of the Alaska State Senate; and the late U.S. Sen. Ted Stevens, a prominent Republican from Alaska, have in common with the editors … Continue reading

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1% for … TU

Let’s face it. Our passion for trout fishing can’t fully blossom until we give something back to the resource that gives our pastime wings. Most TU members “get it.” As TU continues its work to protect trout and salmon and … Continue reading

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Scratching That Itch

There is a magic to the river that comes with spring. You know it. It is that time when you hear the first red-wing do his oka-leeee from the willow patches, or hear the whistle and rhythm of a pair … Continue reading

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Radio Campaign Touts Southeast Alaska Salmon Fishery

Trout Unlimited and the Sitka Conservation Society partnered on a series of radio ads recently to draw attention to the importance of wild salmon to the economy, culture and lifestyles of Southeast Alaskans. Southeast Alaska is home to the world’s … 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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