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It's still a bit blustery here in the West. The only thing predictable about the weather is that it will be perfectly unpredictable. Yesterday in Idaho Falls, we endured an early spring snow squall followed by a quick downpour of rain and then enjoyed sunny skies the rest of the day. But we had to [ READ MORE... ]
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RIO Fishing Products, which is based in my hometown of Idaho Falls, Idaho, launched its 2019 Amateur Fly Fishing Film Awards contest on Jan. 1, with one lucky winner earning an all-expense paid trip to fish and hang with the RIO team on some of fly fishing's most fabled waters.  I know, living here [ READ MORE... ]
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The photography of Trout Unlimited's Josh Duplechian is featured the latest edition of This is Fly, an online fly-fishing magazine. Josh is a gifted photographer, and I've known him for well over 15 years—he and I worked together at the Idaho State Journal in Pocatello before we both escaped the [ READ MORE... ]
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More than 200 years ago, the entire of state of Pennsylvania was forested. By the 1930s, the whole state had been completely logged. Today, Pennsylvania is a reforested trout wonderland—it has more miles of trout streams than any state other than Alaska.But, for native brook trout, all is not well [ READ MORE... ]
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It's public lands month at Trout Unlimited. It's also photo/video contest time! During the month of September, post a picture or short video on Instagram featuring America’s public lands, use the hashtag #publiclandsmonth and tag @troutunlimited for a chance to win. Winners will be chosen at random [ READ MORE... ]
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Eastern Europe is an underrated fly-fishing destination, particuarly for those of us here in the U.S. And it's home to some truly amazing trout, ranging from native brown trout, introduced rainbows and the marble trout, which is the featured fish in the new film, "Hang Tight," by Brothers on the [ READ MORE... ]
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Fly fishing lends itself to great images. And, as Orvis Ambassador and photographer Becca Skinner points out in the short film below, only a portion of those images have to do with actually fishing. Many, if not most, of the images collected from a fly fishing adventure have to do with the journey [ READ MORE... ]
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By Tom Reed It doesn’t take long after the bar is open before the first drink order comes in. Hey Tom, can you make me a Smith River Special? You bet buddy. A Smith River Special is cranberry juice with a splash of club soda and a slice of lime and Gordon, 7, loves them. Not to be outdone, twin [ READ MORE... ]
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A River’s Reckoning in the Wild and Scenic Film Festival Today Trout Unlimited is proud to announce that our film A River’s Reckoning, in partnership with American Rivers, has been officially selected into the 16th annual Wild and Scenic Film Festival—one of the nation’s most popular and [ READ MORE... ]
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I cast flies to barramundi in the tropical north of Queensland several years back. It was rainy and windy and I'd heard so many horror stories about inshore saltwater crocodiles, that I kind of psyched myself out. I never connected to a barramundi, but I did manage some jungle perch in a crystal- [ READ MORE... ]
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