Category Archives: Trout Magazine

See your chapter in a future issue of TROUT

What has your chapter been up to this summer? Have you cleaned up a local river? Taken veteran’s or a kid’s camp fishing? We want to know. Submit a write up of 250-400 words and you could see it in … Continue reading

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Classics: Automatic Reels Powered Their Own Era

As Paul Bruun said in the Summer 2013 issue of TROUT, “Automatice reels are a living history, mostly but not all relegated to E-Bay, antique tackle boxes and decorative store displays.” Did you every use an automatic reel or do … Continue reading

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Legions Love the Muddler

In the spring issue of TROUT our Classics section featured the Muddler Minnow fly pattern. They say there really is no wrong way to present the original Muddler whether it is greased and floating on the surface, twitched while swinging … Continue reading

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Trout Magazine Spring 2013

  As of today everyone should have received their spring issue of TROUT. In this issue of TROUT there was an omission in the classified section. As you can see from the ad not letting everyone know about this event … Continue reading

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Why fish love ‘large woody debris’

By Alan Moore “Large woody debris.” A local self-taught stream savant I know has mounted a campaign to do away with that phrase. Wood deserves better, he says, than to be referred to as “debris” in streams. That unsavory distinction … Continue reading

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Beavers play role in protecting trout from worst of changing climate

By John Zablocki Heraclitus of Ephesus, an ancient Greek philosopher, is quoted to have said “No man steps in the same river twice.” One supposes this Greek sage was a fly-fisherman. Anybody that’s fished our nation’s wild trout streams long … Continue reading

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Farmed salmon? No thanks …

I got a kick out of Greg Thomas’ blog post today about his experience in a Denver seafood joint he visited during the International Sportsmen’s Expo last week. Greg asked the server at the restaurant whether the establishment’s salmon was … Continue reading

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The Greenbacks, young professionals pursue the TU mission

In the winter issue of TROUT there was the article: Let ‘Em Run… Colorado’s “Greenbacks” Group Involves the Young Professional Crowd in the TU mission. The group of men and women are a mix of members from other Colorado chapters and … Continue reading

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The Rod that Changed the World: Eagle Claw Trailmaster

“If Trailmaster rods could talk, their collected adventures would produce an epic,” Paul Bruun’s Classics feature in the 2013 winter issue of TROUT. Do you have a favorite memory of an afternoon on the river? Or a tale you had to … Continue reading

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Five Resolutions

  As we point toward 2013, many of us are making the typical New Year’s resolutions.  And for anglers, those resolutions often involve catching a new species or visiting a piece of water that’s been on the “to-do” list for years. … Continue reading

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