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Rendezvous 2017 Recap

This past weekend, over 100 chapter leaders, volunteers, Trout Unlimited staff, and partners joined Colorado TU in Keystone for the

Animas River brown trout post spill

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

Fraser River

2017 Rendezvous: Homewaters

Registration is now open for 2017 Rendezvous! The agenda for Rendezvous Weekend can be viewed here! Rendezvous will also be

Browns Canyon KP

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

Holy Cross Wilderness

Behind the Fin: Jason Groves

How long have you been a TU member? I joined Trout Unlimited five years ago while attending law school in

Pat Oglesby

A Celebration of Pat Oglesby

Pat Oglesby passed away on December 15, 2016. A lifetime member of Trout Unlimited, Pat was a recipient of the

Dan Omasta

Meet Dan Omasta, CTU Grassroots Coordinator

Let me begin by saying how honored and excited I am to be a part of the Trout Unlimited family

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Behind the Fin: Marge Vorndam

How long have you been a TU member?  Since 1987.  I joined the Cheyenne Mountain Chapter of Trout Unlimited when

DoloresRiver

A Climate Plan on the Dolores

By: Randy Scholfield, communications director for TU’s southwest region. Like many rivers across the West, the Dolores River in southwestern Colorado

South Park

Why Planning 2.0 matters

By Tyler Baskfield, TU Colorado sportsmen’s coordinator South Park is a sportsmen’s paradise of elk herds, dream trout streams like the South

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