Category Archives: Conservation

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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Adopt-A-Trout: Wyoming schoolkids take walk on the wild side

By Nick Walrath On a recent morning, a long line of bright yellow Carbon County school buses—filled with the entire school population of Baggs, Wyoming—left the pavement to travel over 20 miles down dusty BLM roads to meet TU staff … 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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Congressional Leadership Brings New Hope for the Klamath

                        By Brian Johnson In the Klamath Basin, it’s one darned thing after another. Late last week, in a move cheered by TU and our Klamath partners, a federal … 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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Hooked, finally

  (King Salmon, Alaska) – Day three of the Project Healing Waters Alaska trip to Bristol Bay began at 5:30 a.m. yesterday with a hearty breakfast at Alaska Sportsman’s Bear Trail Lodge, and the knowledge this would be the last … Continue reading

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TU and Vet Voice Foundation take vets fishing to celebrate Independence Day

By Dave Lass I can think of no better way to celebrate Independence Day than by honoring the service of the men and women of our military, who have safeguarded our Constitutional freedoms for more than two centuries. And there’s … Continue reading

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Kids Catch Fly Fishing Fever at Second Annual Sierra Trout Camp

By Adam Butler Sometimes, you cast a fly into a stream that you can step across and get a lot more action than you would expect for such small water. I was reminded of this on July 6, when Trout … Continue reading

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Casting Call: Fishing at the Capitol

By Drew Irby, Chair, TU California Council June 26, 2013: another hot, bright, summer day at the California State Capitol in Sacramento. The Capitol’s dome rises handsomely from the elegantly manicured lawns, gardens and over 1000 native trees on this … Continue reading

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The Long Wait

June 21 is the summer solstice, the longest day of the year in the northern hemisphere. The solstices have long been considered momentous events, auguring the future and a time for celebration and reflection. This year, June 21 was truly … Continue reading

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