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Ranchers, Bureau of Land Management staff, and other partners tour Susie Creek in 2012. Photo courtesy Carol Evans/BLM. By Kurt Fesenmyer If you hang around a Bureau of Land Management biologist near a stream long enough, you are bound to hear the acronym PFC. Proper Functioning Condition is a long [ READ MORE... ]
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The Ruby Mountains are an important refuge for wildlife in Nevada. The U.S Geological Survey has classified the area as having very low-to-no energy potential. Trout Unlimited photo. By Pam Harrington Special places bring people together. People with fond memories of hunting, fishing, birding, [ READ MORE... ]
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By Don Duff An effort to protect fragile aquatic wetland ecosystems and the wildlife that uses them has been under way in northeast Nevada for 15 years. The Southern Nevada Water Authority is proposing a 300-mile pipeline, 7-feet in diameter, to move pumped groundwater from the Snake Valley near [ READ MORE... ]
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A Lahontan cutthroat landed at Pyramid Lake in western Nevada. Aaron Smith - @mrwerbs By Phaedra Budy Among the 14 subspecies of cutthroat trout found across Western North America two are now extinct, five are listed as threatened under the Endangered Species Act, and the remainder are, or have [ READ MORE... ]
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Doug Ouelette, Sagebrush Trout Unlimited Chapter board member, with a 21-pound Lahontan cutthroat trout caught at Pyramid Lake in Nevada. Courtesy photo. By Brett Prettyman If you dream of landing big trout chances are you have heard of the mighty Lahontan cutthroat of Pyramid Lake in Nevada. [ READ MORE... ]
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Steve MacMillian spends countless hours traveling to fish for native cutthroat trout in Nevada. Outside Online picture. Is Steve MacMillan the ultimate citizen scientist? We think he is a leading candidate at the very least, but we might be a little biased. Watch this video of Steve exploring the [ READ MORE... ]
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Jason Dyer working on his casting while on a fishing trip in Canada. Agustina Boitano Davidson photo By Jason Dyer I grew up on the East Coast and fished a lot of small streams and deep hidden ponds in the White Mountains during my adolescent years. I did do a fair amount of surf casting, but it [ READ MORE... ]
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Trout Unlimited photo. By Corey Fisher One of the unique things about wind and solar energy development is that they rely on a clean source of energy that can’t be used up in the same way as fossil fuels. However, a challenge for these developments is that they often require scaling up across a [ READ MORE... ]
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Landscape like this dots land proposed as a wilderness study area. Pam Harrington photo. By Pam Harrington What’s in a name? In the case of Disaster Peak it could be wilderness – as in a proposed wilderness area straddling the Nevada/Oregon border. Trout Unlimited recently led an exploration party [ READ MORE... ]
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Trout Unlimited volunteers, staffers and partners gathered in Bozeman, Mont., for the 58th annual meeting. Brett Prettyman photo. By Brett Prettyman A record crowd of more than 300 people gathered for Trout Unlimited’s 58th annual meeting in Bozeman, Mont., last week. The meeting included a fishing [ READ MORE... ]
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