Tag Archives: Trout Unlimited

Hunters and Anglers Do It Best in Clean Water

Whiskey is for drinking.  Water is for fighting over.  Well, we have a fight on our hands.  If we want to pass on our wildlife and outdoor heritage to our kids and grandchildren, then we need clean water.  Better yet, … Continue reading

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Protecting America’s Waters…RULES

A new rule from the Administration will protect our Great Lakes, wild rivers and the trout that call them home.  Quite simply, this rule will provide better protections to the places where we like to hunt, fish and recreate. Oh, … Continue reading

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Great Lakes = World Class Sportsmen Destination

The Huffington Post recently ran a story touting the 27 Reasons The Great Lakes Are Actually the Greatest.  Couldnt agree more. Having said that, I would like to add a major addition to this strong list of reasons… The Great … Continue reading

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Steelheading Pure Michigan

A glimpse at one of Michigan’s crown jewels…the Pere Marquette

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All Hail the King: Part Deux

Last week, two guys (Dargan Coggeshall and Charles Crawford) who wanted to fish the cold waters of the Jackson River near Covington, Virginia way back in 2010 – decided to drop their exhaustive defense of a trespass case against them. … Continue reading

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Victory for Roadless Areas!

After nearly 2 decades of legal shenanigans, the U.S. Supreme Court is upholding the Roadless Area Conservation Rule as the law of the land! This only means that 58 million acres of some of the finest fishing and hunting areas across … Continue reading

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The Holy Waters Remain Holy

The coffee was still steaming hot in my tin cup as I looked out across the awakening river.  Across the calm but swiftly moving rapids of the dark waters, I took notice that the sun was starting to burn off … Continue reading

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Hot Dam!

The Boardman River dam(s) are coming down! This means colder water. Which means brook trout can have a chance to repopulate.  36 miles of the river are designated as a Blue Ribbon trout stream….so we got that going for us…which … Continue reading

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Mad Max meets Asian Carp

I want to be with these guys when the zombie apocalypse hits…

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Tips for Catching Browns

Good advice from Field and Stream as I head north in late August to the Boardman River.  Salmon eggs are money late summer… >>> How to Catch Giant Brown Trout During King Salmon Spawn in the Great Lakes Article by … Continue reading

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