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Students from Marine Park Intermediate School in Brooklyn By Chris Wood Lilli Genovesi is in the eye of the hurricane. How else could she—with her awesome partners at the New York Dept. of Environmental Protection, the Dept. of Environmental Conservation and local TU chapters—manage over 250 [ READ MORE... ]
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A small-stream native cutthroat trout caught using a 1-weight fly rod. Photo by Chris Hunt. Editor's note: This is the latest installment in a series of posts designed to help new fly fishers get started in the craft.  In previous posts, we've recognized that the fly-fishing world is a tough nut to [ READ MORE... ]
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By Toner Mitchell During our short friendship, Andrew Romero and I summitted neighborhood trees and hunted lizards, raced our Hotwheels and wrestled in his mom’s living room. I also remember his fly tying kit and a dedicated few days of exploring the very limited extent of what could be tied with [ READ MORE... ]
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Dreaming of warmer weather? Good! It’s time to start thinking about TU’s offerings of summer camps and academies for young people.  TU’s Regional Fly Fishing Camps and Academies For over 25 years, volunteers have been directing TU’s youth regional camps. The first was in Pennsylvania and now TU's [ READ MORE... ]
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Girl Scouts are learning how to be citizen scientists in Trout Unlimited’s STREAM Girls program. This feature on WQED in Pennsylvania called "STEM in Strange Places" follows a group of middle-school aged girls on their macroinvertebrate sampling adventures. Macroinvertebrate sampling is just one of [ READ MORE... ]
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The brook trout is actually char, native to Appalachia, eastern Canada and the upper Midwest. Photo by Chris Hunt. Editor's note: This the third in a series of posts geared toward new fly fishers. More installments will follow.  A couple of years ago, I was fishing a small, backcountry trout stream [ READ MORE... ]
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It's always interesting to get other anglers' perpsective on waters I fish at a pretty reguar clip. I'm a regular in Yellowstone National Park each summer, so the video below was of interest.  Yellowstone Cutthroat Video of Yellowstone Cutthroat It's good to [ READ MORE... ]
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Editor's note: This is the first in an ongoing series meant to give those who are interested in learning to fly fish the perspective and advice needed to get started. More installments will follow. If you have specific questions about fly fishing, feel free to add a comment below, and we'll do our [ READ MORE... ]
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The author and his wandering daughter.  By Chris Hunt Several years back, I was fortunate enough to get to visit the east coast of Australia—the government of New South Wales invited me Down Under to speak to recreational anglers about the benefits of conservation ... about giving back to the [ READ MORE... ]
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The Alaska program's newest staff member, Meghan Barker, enjoying the beauty of the Last Frontier. By Meghan Barker Only in Alaska can you catch a massive salmon on the third cast of your entire life. On an abnormally sunny August day in southeast Alaska in 2015, I was invited to try out a friend’s [ READ MORE... ]
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