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Dams on the Upper Green River – NO!!!!

Proposals for 2 Dams on the Upper Green River “New dams on the Upper Green [River] would negatively impact fish and wildlife populations, destroy riparian areas, impede necessary fish passage, block a crucial wildlife migration corridor, and degrade the river downstream of them. Dams would additionally encroach upon valuable livestock...
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Yellowstone Lake and Her Cutthroat – Beyond the Numbers

Yellowstone Lake Cutthroat – Let’s Hope They Keep Rebounding  Back in March I did a post about the declining numbers of Yellowstone cutthroat trout that are inhabiting Yellowstone Lake and spawning in the corresponding tributaries. This is a hot topic (probably better characterized as a debate) in the fly fishing...
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TU’s TroutBlitz

Trout Unlimited’s TroutBlitz Program This is pretty cool. Trout Unlimited (TU) has initiated a program in which anglers across North America photograph and upload their catches to what essentially is a large database full of anglers’ catches. Through high quality photographs and additional identifying information (i.e., date, watershed, specific stream,...
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Overlapping Stonefly Hatches – Which one’s are the fish eating?

Overlapping Stonefly Hatches We’re approaching the end of June and throughout the rocky mountain West we are at the tail end, middle, or beginning of stonefly season. Salmonflies, Golden Stones, Yellow Sallies, etc. are becoming increasingly active, they are providing big meals for trout and they can provide some phenomenal...
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