Video: Unguided in Utah’s High Uintas

One of the most common question that fly-fishing guides get is, “What do you do when you’re not guiding?” For most of the pros I know, the answer is the same: “I go fishing.” Here’s a great video from a series called “Unguided,” about those trips that guides . . .
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Video: Slow Down the Fall with Utah Brown Trout

Fall fly fishing can produce some of the most memorable moments of the year. With colorful surroundings and colorful brown trout, it is something to look forward to. In Utah, where. . .
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Video: Slow Down the Fall with Utah Brown Trout

Fall fly fishing can produce some of the most memorable moments of the year. With colorful surroundings and colorful brown trout, it is something to look forward to. In Utah, where. . .
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Video and Story: “Overboard” on the Green River

Written by: Kris Millgate, www.tightlinemedia.com

Outdoor journalist Kris Millgate and her husband, Jim, fish the Green for their anniversary.
Photo courtesy Charlie Card
It’s 2011. I’m on Utah’s Green River shooting my first film for Trout Unlimited. The Green is a marvelous blue ribbon running through red rock. I need to see every stretch of it because there’s . . .
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Fish Facts: Colorado River Cutthroat Trout (Oncorhyncus clarkii pleuriticus)

This Colorado River cutthroat, from southern Utah, displays dark, rich colors. Photo by Mike Hadley
Considered one of the more beautiful trout in North America, the Colorado River cutthroat trout (Oncorhyncus clarkii pleuriticus) once inhabited the high-elevation streams and lakes of the Green . . .
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Videos: Completing the Utah Cutthroat Slam

Paul Thompson shows the stunning colors of a wild, native Bonneville cutthroat. Photo by Phil Monahan
We've posted three times about the fantastic new Utah Cutthroat Slam program, which requires anglers to land the state's four native subspecies—Bear River, Bonneville, Yellowstone, and . . .
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Story and Photos: Discovering Utah Through the Cutthroat Slam

Written by: Tyler Coleman
Catching native trout in their native range teaches us a lot about conservation. Plus, it's a blast! Photo by Tyler Coleman
After fishing the Arizona Wild Trout challenge, I was eager to find similar programs that could teach me about native trout species. One that stuck out to me was the Utah Cutthroat Slam because I . . .
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Classic Photos: All Alone on the Green River

Big, beautiful rainbows are only part of the reason one fishes in Flaming Gorge. All photos by Ryan Kelly
As John Gierach once wrote, “Fly fishing for trout is a sport that depends not so much on catching the fish as their mere presence and on the fact that you do, now and again, catch some.” Gierach states so plainly (rightly so, I believe) the eternal truth that anyone who regards fly fishing as. . .
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