Grand Teton National Park
A Guide to Understanding America's Public Lands
Together, we are the co-owners of nearly 600 million acres of public land. You might know them as National Parks, national forests, wildlife refuges or perhaps other names. Public lands became a unique part of our American heritage with the creation of...
Visitors with fish catch - Yell museum #15873;Photographer unknown;1923
A History of Fisheries Management in Yellowstone - Part 1
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Tim Slough Cast
Fly Fishing Yellowstone's Slough Creek
Maybe there is no such thing as the perfect trout stream. After fly fishing Yellowstone’s Slough Creek, I took some time to reflect on our time here. My conclusion: every serious fly angler should make the pilgrimage to Slough Creek in Yellowstone...
Westslope Cutthroats on the North Fork Flathead River
Coming Soon! Back in June, my job as a Refuge Manager with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service sent me to Missoula, MT for a week of Wilderness Leadership Training. Part of the training included a three-day float trip with a local outfitter [insert name...
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