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TU's government and policy staff. By Chris Wood Several of the bright lights in the Trout Unlimited policy world came into the intergalactic headquarters last week. Their recent accomplishments are pretty amazing. Dave Kinney of New Jersey helped organize efforts to pass and then fund legislation [ READ MORE... ]
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Grand prize J. Bolton, (CA),J. Snyder, (CT) First prize B. Roll, (IA) Second prize J. Schaffner, (MA),H. Witte, (CA),M. Kelso, (TN),A. Vaughan, (IL) Third prize J. Nyberg, (GA),C. Garland, (TN),S. Kohr, (PA) Fourth prize B. MCNIEL, (TN),B. Johnson, (UT),T. Miller, (CO),S. Baker, (TX),L. [ READ MORE... ]
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Mike Sepelak fishes the Redington Butter Stick on a remote trout stream in Idaho.  Over the course of the last several months, TU staffers and volunteers have taken new fly-fishing and outdoors products into the field to test them against the fish and the elements that make our craft so special.  [ READ MORE... ]
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The fourth National Climate Assessment released by the government last week details the current and future impacts of climate change on the planet, including calamaties like increased and more intense wildfires, something we've seen plenty of this year. Photo courtesy Wikipedia Commons. By Helen [ READ MORE... ]
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Trout Unlimited is happy to announce that we’ve hired Jeff Wright to serve as our new Southeast volunteer coordinator. Jeff will work with TU Volunteer Operations staff and regional conservation staff to engage, inform and empower TU’s volunteers to advance coldwater conservation in Georgia, South [ READ MORE... ]
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Sometimes it's just as important for you, the angler, to see your fly as it is for the fish to see it. Photo by Chris Hunt. Editor's note: The following is an excerpt from TU's book, "Trout Tips," available online or in our annual gear liquidation sale, along with seasons one and two of TU's former [ READ MORE... ]
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The author with his fly-fishing instructor, Maddie.  By Jeffrey Constantz The week before I started my internship with Trout Unlimited, I had the opportunity to learn fly fishing for the very first time. I had the honor of receiving guidance from a true master.   Her name’s Maddie. She’s my [ READ MORE... ]
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Photo by Breckenridge Outfitters For the first time in at least two decades, two high-country trout streams in Colorado are closed to fishing, albeit voluntarily. Stretches of the Fraser and upper Colorado Rivers are closed between 2 p.m. and midnight to give trout dealing with extremely warm water [ READ MORE... ]
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Six years ago, I felt accomplished if I was able to cast a fly past my feet without snagging the brush behind me or creating an impressively complicated bird’s nest. With practice, time, an observing eye, and a tip or two, my cast has come a long way—though I know it still has a way to go. Thus far [ READ MORE... ]
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Dear Reader,  On behalf of Trout Unlimited’s 300,000 members and supporters, 220 professional staff, and our trustees and grassroots leaders, we want to share with you the 2017 Trout Unlimited annual report. We realize that annual reports are essentially ritualized bragging, and should be generally [ READ MORE... ]
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