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TU helps protect Colorado River Gold Medal stretch

Not all of Trout Unlimited’s efforts are loud and publicized. In fact, some are quiet and calculated. There are many

Speak Out for National Monuments

By Corey Fisher Senior Policy Director for Trout Unlimited Caddis fly blizzards on the Arkansas River in Browns Canyon National Monument. Strongholds of

TU hails Long Draw settlement and native trout benefits

Agreement includes largest native trout restoration in Colorado history The U.S. Forest Service this week finalized a litigation settlement that

Support Sustainable Funding for Colorado’s Fish and Wildlife

The Colorado General Assembly is taking up legislation – HB 17-1321 – to authorize the Parks and Wildlife Commission to

Antiquities Act and why should outdoorsmen care?

By Corey Fisher, Pulib Lands Policy Director What are national monuments and why should hunters and anglers care? National monuments and

Headwaters Chapter on Fraser Flats

On March 11, Colorado Headwaters Chapter President, Kirk Klancke, and chapter board member, Anna Drexler-Dreis, joined Good Morning Grand County

CPW Needs Help from Anglers

Colorado Parks and Wildlife Press Release DURANGO, Colo. – Interested in catching a 20-inch rainbow trout? Thought so. Colorado Parks

Take a Moment to P.A.U.S.E

Photo provided by Troutfin Studio at www.markajessop.com By: Peter Stitcher of Ascent Fly Fishing Exhale… You’ve done it.  You’ve successfully

Keep Grass Green while Conserving Water

Who doesn’t love standing barefoot on cool, green grass during the summer? Sure, standing in a river wetting a line

Overlap Season

By: Jack Bombardier, Confluence Casting In many mountain towns, there is said to be a fifth season, in addition to

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