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"I choose to live and work in a place where the rivers meet the ocean. It’s my family’s home, and my business is here," says Capt. David Blinken, who owns North Flats Guiding in East Hampton, N.Y.  "We live here because we choose to live in a place that means so much to us. We live here because we [ READ MORE... ]
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By Lisa Pelly Thanks to the efforts of Representatives Schrier and Newhouse and Senator Cantwell, we are thrilled that Washington State’s exemplary Yakima River Basin Water Enhancement Project (YBIP) is included in a historic land and water preservation package that President Trump signed into law [ READ MORE... ]
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By Chris Wood I was a clueless college graduate from New Jersey, standing alongside the Anchor River in Alaska, wondering what killed all the fish. Later, I learned about the remarkable life-cycle of salmon and how they return to the stream of their birth to have sex one time. Then, they die. And [ READ MORE... ]
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By Greg McReynolds  The passage of permanent reauthorization of the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) (included in S.47, the John D. Dingell, Jr. Conservation, Management and Recreation Act) ) is a win for all Americans who go outside. Signed by the president on Tuesday, it’s a win for [ READ MORE... ]
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Trout Unlimited has completed many projects replacing undersized or perched culverts on Great Lakes tributaries. Improved stream crossing infrastructure not only allows fish to access high-quality headwaters habitat, but has the added benefit of increasing flood resiliency in watersheds, a benefit [ READ MORE... ]
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Southern steelhead country.  By Sam Davidson My son and I wandered into the land of the southern steelhead yesterday. Cactus sprouted like gargoyles from the sandstone outcroppings that lined the creek up which we hiked. This winter has been profligate all across California and yet another massive [ READ MORE... ]
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Carl Haensel and Jade Thomason own and operate Namebini, in northern Minnesota. They offer guided fly fishing, forest and farm products and a variety of specialties. And, like a host of other Trout Unlimited Business members, they're concerned about changes to the Clean Water Rule proposed by the [ READ MORE... ]
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By Toner Mitchell We in the conservation community are correct to plead the cause of saving the environment for future generations. It’s a fundamental survival instinct common to all life forms, even, as many have argued, to genes. A gold mine at the Bristol Bay headwaters means death, opposing it [ READ MORE... ]
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By Brent Burkey  Camp chores completed. Venison tenderloin ready to meet fire. An all-night card game ready to start.  But the faint sound of rushing water coming through the veil of the forest was more than I could resist.  It was early evening in late June in upstate Pennsylvania’s Loyalsock [ READ MORE... ]
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Bristol Bay bear family. Photo by Mitch Carpenter By Eric Booton The Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the proposed Pebble mine is unfortunately “light” on actual accurate scientific impacts of the project proposed in the sensitive headwaters of world-class fishing habitat in Bristol Bay. ( [ READ MORE... ]
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