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Pennsylvania is a fly angler’s state. And Rick Nyles is a fly angler – and a darn good one. Rick owns Sky Blue Outfitters in Fleetwood, Penn., and he’s Gold Level Trout Unlimited Business member who has been guiding all over the Keystone State on some of its best waters for 20 years. And Rick is [ READ MORE... ]
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By David Kinney Following many years of advocacy, policymaking, and planning, the Delaware River Basin Restoration Program is finally getting underway in earnest. Trout Unlimited restoration staff in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania are among the partners putting $4.1 million in new funding to [ READ MORE... ]
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By Scott Willoughby  Everybody loves a little March Madness — that tumultuous time when your brain begins to go a bit haywire in anticipation of all the action and chaos to come.   And come it does, in any variety of forms.  With any luck, your March Madness “pool” includes an early blue-wing hatch [ READ MORE... ]
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By Mark Taylor The fishing gear is packed again. Next week I’m headed to the Chicago area for Trout Unlimited’s Upper Midwest Regional Rendezvous. One of the many benefits of these meetings is the pre-event fishing day. I always enjoy a chance to spend a day with new friends on new water. The [ READ MORE... ]
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By Chris Wood Someone recently said to me, “Trout Unlimited should get out of political issues such as climate change and focus instead on what it does best—fixing streams!” Here is a secret… everything we do at Trout Unlimited helps our rivers, streams and fisheries withstand the harmful effects [ READ MORE... ]
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Invasive lake trout have impacted the entire Yellowstone ecosystem. Photo by Chris Hunt A new report published by Science Advances and written by fisheries biologists—including the head fisheries manager in Yellowstone National Park—details the far-reaching impact invasive lake trout have on the [ READ MORE... ]
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Yellowjacket Creek downstream of the diversion structure is now much more fish passage-friendly. The Russian River is one of the most famous steelhead fisheries in California. It is also one of the highest priority watersheds for Coho salmon recovery in the Golden State. For many years, TU has [ READ MORE... ]
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By Tess Scanlon   Look closer. We skied in to monitor our project sites on Cedar Creek near Missoula, Mont., and found beaver slides all over the restored reaches. In four of the past 10 years, TU worked with the Lolo National Forest to relocate a road out of the floodplain and add wood to Cedar [ READ MORE... ]
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HMH Vises is a small company, located right at the last falls of the Saco River as it empties into the ocean, in Biddeford, Maine. Jon Larrabee is the principal owner at HMH. He’s an engineer and a machinist and has over 35 years of experience as a canoe guide, fishing guide and fly fisherman. He’s [ READ MORE... ]
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Editor's Note: The following piece recently appeared in The Salt Lake Tribune opinion section. Trout Unlimited sent letters to Utah Governor Gary Hubert and U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue encouraging a “robust public process” while the petition is reviewed. We also pointed out the [ READ MORE... ]
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