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By Mark Taylor EDGEMONT, N.C. — The Wilson Creek area of Caldwell County continues to grow in popularity as more people discover the area’s rugged beauty and recreational offerings. On Nov. 3, several hundred people gathered at the Wilson Creek Visitor Center throughout the day to celebrate the [ READ MORE... ]
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By Mark Taylor EDGEMONT, N.C. -- The Wilson Creek area of Caldwell County continues to grow in popularity as more people discover the area’s rugged beauty and recreational offerings.  On Nov. 3, several hundred people gathered at the Wilson Creek Visitor Center throughout the day to celebrate the [ READ MORE... ]
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By Mark Taylor “Birds!” We were drifting near the Bloody Point Bar Light in the Chesapeake Bay near Kent Island when Joe McGurrin made the observation. “How did I miss those?” he wondered while firing up the outboard on his vintage Grady White cuddy cabin. A few minutes later we were easing into [ READ MORE... ]
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High water rolls over a low water bridge on the Roanoke River. Damage to the bridge has resulted in the access road being closed, which will impact trout stocking plans this fall. (Mark Taylor photo) By Mark Taylor We fly anglers from the East often envy our counterparts on the other side of the [ READ MORE... ]
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By Mark Taylor  Who isn’t drawn to beer featuring really great trout artwork on cans and packaging?  And how great is it when that beer is not only super tasty, but also benefits wild trout?  SweetWater Brewery’s new fall seasonal, Mosaic Hazy IPA, checks all the boxes.  It’s a juicy, fruity, [ READ MORE... ]
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A river, a raft, a cold Sweetwater brew, a sun-blocking TU/Sweetwater Simms BiComp shirt and a fly fishing. It doesn't get much better. By Mark Taylor SweetWater Brewing Company has always been a champion of conservation and they are once again stepping up with their annual Save Our Water campaign [ READ MORE... ]
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In celebration of Earth Day, Sharon Central School students and local volunteers took part in a day-long planting project to help restore the banks of the Salmon Creek in Salisbury on Tuesday, April 24. At the annual Salmon Kill Watershed Festival organized by Trout Unlimited and the Housatonic [ READ MORE... ]
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By Andy Brown   Recent projects to remove in-stream barriers on two North Carolina streams have opened miles of habitat for trout and other creek-dwelling creatures.   The work was completed on Powdermill and Cedar Rock creeks and is part of TU's coldwater conservation program in the Southern [ READ MORE... ]
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 By Andy Brown   Trout Unlimited's Roaring Creek project is in Avery County in the Roan Highlands region in the Appalachian Ranger District of the Pisgah National Forest and in the North Toe River watershed.    The project was one of five staff-led projects completed in 2017 by TU in North Carolina [ READ MORE... ]
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Duke Energy awarded more than $1 million in grants to 14 organizations. Pictured with grant recipients is Mike Hughes (far right), Duke Energy's vice president of community relations. Trout Unlimited has received a $94,919 grant to continue its commitment to protecting and enhancing regional [ READ MORE... ]
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