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Abandoned mine overlooks Lion Creek drainage near Empire, Colorado.  By Randy Scholfield We are bouncing along in four-wheel drive vehicles, high in the Clear Creek watershed west of Denver, overlooking beautiful forest vistas and steep hillsides laced with snowmelt creeks. We are here with a group [ READ MORE... ]
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Volunteer with bag o' greenbacks. by Dan Omasta CLEAR CREEK, CO – Last week, the endangered Greenback cutthroat trout got a major boost from Trout Unlimited volunteers and agency partners in Colorado. Once thought to be extinct, this rare fish is making a big comeback thanks to the efforts of the [ READ MORE... ]
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  July 25 is Colorado River Day, and Trout Unlimited and other lovers of this great river are celebrating the river and what it means to our lives and livelihoods. From supporting farms and ranches and communities to providing some of the best trout fishing and outdoor experiences on the planet, [ READ MORE... ]
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Wild Basin. by Randy Scholfield Forecast: Hot and dry. Random outbreaks of wildfires. Until further notice. Yes, the heat is on. Of course, there have been the occasional infusions of mountain-cooled thunderstorms of late here on Colorado’s Front Range, sweeping in and dumping rain and clattering [ READ MORE... ]
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photos/Josh Duplechian by Annie Smith Learning a new activity when you are younger can go two ways: amazing or not so great. That probably is still true as an adult, but when taking a child fishing, having a great time or not can make all the difference. Obviously, every child is different, but if [ READ MORE... ]
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A riverbed dried up along the Rio Grande.  Scott Ehardt, Wikimedia Commons. By Annie Smith A report published by the Colorado River Research Group takes a look at the word "drought" and why it might be time to retire its usage based on the data seen from the Colorado River Basin. "Drought: a [ READ MORE... ]
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Photo: Jerry McBride/Durango Herald By Randy Scholfield It’s hard to face reality sometimes, even when it’s staring you in the face. Even when, as at present, it’s slapping us in the face. Gaze out across another scorched summer of drought and fires in the West, and diminished water supplies and [ READ MORE... ]
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This is what Trout Unlimited is all about. For more than a decade, TU has worked with Denver Water, Grand County and other stakeholders to keep water in the Fraser River, a key tributary of the Upper Colorado River near Fraser, Colorado. That hard work and dogged persistence has paid off in [ READ MORE... ]
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Here are few tips from former guide, Colorado native and RepYourWater Co-Founder Garrison for fishing high water in the mountain West. Keep in mind that every river has its own ins and outs, so make sure to drop in at your local fly shop before you head out... 1. Don't be intimidated - High water [ READ MORE... ]
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Animas River after abandoned mine spill: looking for a solution. Chris Wood recently appeared as an interview guest on the popular Denver outdoors radio show, Terry Wickstrom Outdoors. Chris spoke with Terry about the threat posed to trout rivers and water supplies by abandoned mines, which [ READ MORE... ]
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