Tag Archives: Trout Unlimited

Conducting a Successful Women’s Seminar

Join TU volunteer Lindsay Agness on Tuesday, Oct. 8 at 8:00 p.m. Eastern time to learn how easy it is to conduct a successful Women’s Two-Day Seminar. Lindsay started her first TU Women’s Seminar in 2006 on the Salmon River … Continue reading

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Weminuche Wilderness: hidden lakes, adventure and teamwork

by Kevin Terry Colorado is blessed by an abundance of public land and spectacular mountain landscapes. This is the reason many of us live here to begin with. A significant part of this public playground is preserved by designation as … Continue reading

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Utah Single-Fly winner: the Green River

By Randy Scholfield It’s a trout angler’s dream challenge: One fly. One legendary river. One full day of fishing. Trout Unlimited held its fifth annual Utah Single Fly tournament Aug. 26-27, with nine four-man teams (and 18 volunteer guides) testing … Continue reading

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‘Riverstock’ raises awareness of Fraser River threats

By Randy Scholfield Beer? Check. Barbecue? Check. Bands? Check. What more do you need for a good time? The steady stream of people who turned out for Trout Unlimited’s “Riverstock” event Aug. 17 at the Crooked Creek Saloon in Fraser, … Continue reading

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Our Colorado River: Cooperation, not conflict

By Richard Van Gytenbeek For well over a decade, Trout Unlimited’s Western Water Project has partnered with the agricultural community and local TU chapters to improve habitat, upgrade aging irrigation infrastructure and boost stream flows throughout the West. In Colorado, … Continue reading

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Climate Adaptation: One Stream at a Time

By Brian Hodge Whether or not you believe in the boogey-man of climate change, data illustrate two patterns in the West: 1) the region is getting hotter and 2) the region is getting drier. Diminished flows and warmer streams are … Continue reading

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Steelhead, Persistence, and Patience

By Aaron Penvose The Wenatchee River Valley sits smack in the middle of Washington state, rolling out of the Cascades to feed the world all varieties of apples and pears.  Back in the good old days, rumors of the Wenatchee … Continue reading

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Montana: In the beginning, there was fishing

by Patrick Byorth “Fishing has become an important part of Montana’s culture and economy.”  So Devlan Geddes concluded his recent argument before the Montana Supreme Court over a bridge access dispute.  Practically, Mr. Geddes was correct, that angling casts several … Continue reading

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Tongass 77: Saving the Salmon Forest

More than 230 scientists have delivered a message to Congress: it’s time to step up to the plate and do more to protect America’s salmon forest. Among them is Jack Williams, Trout Unlimited’s senior scientist. In this blog post, Jack … Continue reading

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Trout, Mud, and the Roads Not Taken

by Heather Whiteley On an early July morning last year I woke up in a tent pitched next to the West Fork of the Bitterroot River, near Darby, Montana. This beautiful stretch of broadly flowing water boasts some of the … Continue reading

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