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Above, the view from the lip of Lower Yellowstone Falls. Photo by Chris Hunt. Below, Larry Harris on Indian Creek in Yellowstone National Park. by Larry Harris I have camped and fished in Yellowstone Park almost every year from 1992 to the present, enjoying weeks there with family and friends.  [ READ MORE... ]
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At TU, we’re strong defenders of our public lands. We see these lands as a legacy for future generations and a keystone in our efforts to protect, reconnect, restore and sustain coldwater fisheries across America. These are your lands and waters, to hunt and fish and hike and enjoy within the [ READ MORE... ]
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We'll always have to fight for our public lands, but we should be grateful we have them in the first place. Photo by Chris Hunt. By Scott Willoughby  It has been said that the hardest math to master is the ability to count our blessings.   Funny enough, I’ve never been particularly good at math.   [ READ MORE... ]
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By Ben Tayloe  A spoiled, seven year-old yellow lab named Chester and a six-week stay in Germany for my wife’s job made the drive across the country a necessity. The only family member who volunteered to watch our dog happened to live on the central coast of California, a great place to visit but  [ READ MORE... ]
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A lake trout from Shoshone Lake, Yellowstone National Park. Photo by Chris Hunt. I live within a two-hour drive of Yellowstone Lake, the site of one of the greatest environmental tragedies involving native trout in recent memory. In 1994, a non-native lake trout was caught and documented in [ READ MORE... ]
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Todd Moen at Catch Magazine is at it again.  The mousing subculture among fly fishers is just as rabid as any steelhead conclave or dry-fly crew. Chasing big trout on mouse patterns has become nothing short of a religious endeavor for many. Aniak Mousing *TRAILER* - Alaska Fly Fishing by [ READ MORE... ]
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By Nick Walrath I was standing next to my truck, reluctantly taking off my waders after a great fall fishing outing on Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge. I had been fishing with my great friend and Seedskadee refuge manager, Tom Koerner. The almost famous joking tag line from Tom was still [ READ MORE... ]
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The underappreciated mountain whitefish. Photo by Chris Hunt. By Eric Booton With a trip to Montana on the books for a wedding, I immediately began penciling out how I could optimize my time with the groom, my family and seek out new finned friends in some remarkable rivers with my wife. The famed [ READ MORE... ]
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This week, for the fifth consecutive year, TU’s Veterans Service Partnership is partnering with Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors to host the TAPS Montana Men’s Retreat at Parade Rest Ranch located on Grayling Creek near West Yellowstone, Mont. For more than 20 years, TAPS has provided grief [ READ MORE... ]
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By Chris Wood “Lefty said, ‘give it a try for a year. If it doesn’t work out, you can come back.’” That was in April 1973, and Paul Bruun, fishing guide, writer, and Wyoming raconteur, never looked back. He moved from Miami Beach to Jackson to write for the Jackson Hole Guide. Lefty Kreh’s counsel [ READ MORE... ]
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