Category Archives: Conservation

Aerial Assault

Remote backcountry lakes are stocked from the air, with hundreds of fish being dropped from the bottom of a plane into the waters below. And during a recent drop, Ted Hallows, a Utah State Hatchery supervisor, attached a GoPro camera … more

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Bahamas Initiative Addresses Threats to the Bonefish Fishery

The Bahamas Initiative of the Bonefish & Tarpon Trust works to address increasing threats against world-class bonefish fisheries. From gillnetting to coastal development, scientists and volunteers with The Bahamas Initiative work to address ecological change, while educating anglers, tourists, and … more

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“DamNation” Now Available on iTunes

The powerful and award-winning documentary “DamNation” explores the change in America’s attitude towards dams: from marvels of engineering to destruction of rivers and entire ecosystems. The film is directed by Ben Knight and Travis Rummel, and is now available for …

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New Protections for Headwaters

Headwater streams were once protected under the Clean Water Act, until the 2000s when a U.S. Supreme Court ruling left them vulnerable to development. This year though, things might change, with a proposed rule that would once again protect these … more

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“Conservation Means Sharing”

The recently launched Regional Conservation Partnership Program by the United States Department of Agriculture is a new effort towards an old problem: sharing resources. With growing populations and drought conditions across the West, that means expanding partnerships to boost investments … more

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Trout Unlimited recently launched a campaign to use angler photos to help map wild and native fish populations across the United States. All anglers need to help is their fishing gear, GPS, and a camera. “The data could be very … more

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Kayaking the San Joaquin

Journalist John Sutter has embarked on a kayaking trip down the “most endangered” river in America: California’s San Joaquin. You can follow along his journey and observations via shared Tweets collected on a central trip website. “That’s why I’m out … more

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New Trout Unlimited Report Documents Importance of Small Streams

In face of continuing threats to the Clean Water Act, TU is asking for anglers to take action to prevent congressional meddling.

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Vacuumed Up

Biologists in Washington state are testing new vacuum-pressurized tube technology that they hope could eventually transport salmonids to rivers currently blocked by dams. “The ultimate goal would be to get fish to places they haven’t been able to access, like … more

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Trout Unlimited Calls for Protections for Fraser River

Trout Unlimited has called on the Army Corps of Engineers to do the right thing and include river protections in the final federal permit for Denver Water’s Moffat project, which would divert increased flows from the already strapped Fraser River. … more

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