June 30, 2016

TU teams with Fishpond, Tenkara USA and RIO Products to host Tongass Blogger Tour 2013

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Today we are excited to announce the return of the TU Blogger Tour writing contest! Two lucky outdoor bloggers will get the chance to visit Southeast Alaska’s Tongass National Forest this summer. All they have to do is craft a winning essay on why this 17-million-acre temperate rainforest is considered America’s Salmon Forest and why […]

National Public Lands Day: Step-up and Speak-out

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September 29th marks a deer opener in Western Oregon; waterfowl opener in Montana; moose opener in Minnesota; and last but certainly not least…National Public Lands Day in the United States of America! To honor National Public Lands Day, Backcountry Hunters & Anglers is asking sportsmen everywhere to step-up and speak-out for the public lands we all enjoy. […]

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As the media world continues to change, bloggers are becoming more and more relevant–they have more influence and more readers than ever before. In response, TU is working to reach out to outdoor bloggers in hopes of informing them of the organization’s work from coast to coast. Unfortunately, media services and press release distribution services […]

Guest post for bloggers: Sportsmen Descend on DC to Save Bristol Bay

The following is a guest post available to all outdoor bloggers who have an interest in the Pebble Mine/Bristol Bay issue. Please feel free to you use it on your blog.   Sportsmen fly to DC to tell president and congress to say no to Pebble Mine Starting Monday, April 16, more than 30 sportsmen […]

Guest Post for Outdoor Blogs

The culprit ... introduced non-native lake trout

Attention Outdoor bloggers: Chris Schustrom, president of the Flathead Valley Chapter of Trout Unlimited, and Bruce Farling, executive director of Montana Trout Unlimited, have written an opinion piece they’re circulating to bloggers all over the country. Flathead Lake, once Montana’s most popular lake fishery, thanks to its massive kokanee salmon runs, and its native west […]

TU supports EPA’s new rule governing power plant emissions

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Trout Unlimited today supported the Environmental Protection Agency’s court-ordered final rule that requires coal- and oil-fired power plants to reduce mercury and other toxic emissions into the air.   Emissions from fossil fuel-fired power plants are blamed for “acid rain,” which can eventually make rivers and streams uninhabitable to native fish and to other […]

What’s YOUR Best Wild Place?


As Trout Unlimited and Field & Stream magazine celebrate the 2011 Best Wild Places project, here’s your chance to write about your favorite “best wild place,” and have your blog entry posted through TU’s Facebook and Twitter feeds. Simply write a blog post on your favorite wild place, mention the TU/F&S project, include this link, […]

Best Wild Places Tour continues: The Tongass National Forest

The Trout Unlimited/Field and Stream Best Wild Places Tour, 2011 version, continues with a look at southeast Alaska’s Tongass National Forest. Not only is this 17 million-acre national forest America’s “Salmon Forest,” it’s home to some of the best hunting on earth for Sitka black-tailed deer. Join Author Darren Dorris on his first-ever hunt on […]

TU and Field and Stream Announce Best Wild Places

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Trout Unlimited and Field and Stream magazine today announced the six fishing and hunting destinations around the country that have been named Best Wild Places for 2011. The project can be viewed online at the magazine’s website.   This is the second year in a row TU and the world’s most influential hunting and […]

U.S. Senate introduces wilderness bill proposed by citizens

For two years, Trout Unlimited has worked with local stakeholders in northwest Nevada to protect some of the last, best fish and game habitat left on public lands in that state.Pine Forest Wilderness Act of 2011 will protect the priceless Blue Lakes fishery and some of the best bighorn sheep, deer, elk, sage grouse and […]