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President Barack Obama on Kanakanak Beach in Dillingham, Alaska, with two locals and a soon-to-be-viral spawning salmon. Photo credit: The White House. Story re-posted from The Arctic Sounder By Jenny Weis The sitting president of the United States visited Dillingham, Alaska in 2015 and picked fish [ READ MORE... ]
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By Shauna Stephenson As a Montanan, a rural, progressive-leaning one at that, I don’t often consider myself to be in lockstep with many Texans.  Nothing against Texas. Truly. It just doesn’t occur to me that we may agree on many things – politics, music, Whataburger. But so goes the saying – people [ READ MORE... ]
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Winter fly fishing requires a more cognisant approach the water, and the fish we're after. Below, Russ Miller of Umpqua has spotted a rising trout in a snow-shrouded stream in Colorado, and he approaches the trout carefully and aware that, this time of year, trout aren't as likely to rise for food [ READ MORE... ]
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The Potts Run No. 3 AMD treatment system, now under construction, occupies the site of a former coal refuse pile and tipple that was abandoned in the 1950s. Once completed the two vertical flow ponds will remove toxic metals and boost alkalinity before releasing the treated mine water to Potts Run [ READ MORE... ]
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By Brett Prettyman Each year about this time fly fishers find inspiration to stock those boxes they had grand intentions of filling over the winter months. It is called the Fly Fishing Film Tour, also known as F3T. What started as a celebration of a beloved sport has grown into an annual event [ 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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The Salmon River and the fabled Sawtooth Mountains of central Idaho. Photo by Chris Hunt. Trout Unlimited members in the West have a message for state legislatures that want to keep trying to "transfer" American public lands to the states: Keep your damn hands off our birthright. As noted in this [ READ MORE... ]
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Dave Sweet holds a rainbow trout caught in the fall on the Green River in Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge. Brett Prettyman/Trout Unlimited By Sadie St. Clair The Green River between Fontelle Dam and Flaming Gorge Reservoir in Southwest Wyoming is a robust fishery that draws anglers from all [ READ MORE... ]
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Editor's note: This is the second 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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