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TU 1,000 Miles: New York’s Dry Brook Flows Again


Written by: Jon Bash

The replacement of the Dry Brook culvert opened up 1.8 miles of high quality trout habitat in the Beaverkill watershed.
Photo by TU September 2014

Nestled in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains near Roscoe, NY, the Dry Brook can now flow freely once again thanks to another successful culvert replacement by our friends at Trout Unlimited and their 1,000 Miles Campaign.

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Tell Congress to Stop Trying to Block Protections for Headwater Streams


Written by: Phil Monahan

Don’t you think that vital headwater streams such as this should be protected from pollution?
Photo by Phil Monahan

Last week, the U.S. House of Representatives voted to block a set of rules proposed last year by the Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to protect. . .

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The Orvis Reel Swap: Donate Your Old One and Save $50 on a New Hydros Reel


Written by: Phil Monahan

Hydros Large Arbor Fly Reels offer a lot of performance for the price. . .which you can make a lot lower.
Photo via orvis.com

Last month, we told you about our June promotion: a reel swap to benefit the Trout UnlimitedĀ Headwaters Youth Education Initiative, and here are the details. If you’ve got an old reel that still works well enough for a kid to use, simply. . .

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Coming Soon: Help Create Another Generation of Fly Fishers with the Orvis Reel Swap


Written by: Phil Monahan

One of the many youngsters taking advantage of TU’s Youth Education program.
Photo courtesy TU

What does it take to create another generation of fly anglers? How will those of us who love this sport find a way to pay it forward and leave some sort of legacy of our passion? Trout Unlimited’s answer is to engage in tens of thousands of hours of. . .

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