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Fly fishing rich with history

Fly fishing, like hunting, gets passed down from generation to generation, especially out here in the West. My own fly fishing heritage started with my father. I...


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Bonneville cutthroat trout hardy survivors in Weber River

MOUNTAIN GREEN — Affectionately known as “bonnies” by many local anglers, Utah’s state fish, the Bonneville cutthroat trout, has...


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Ogden Travel Plan could include new miles of ATV trail routes

The U.S. Forest Service is nearing a final decision on the Ogden Travel Plan, with small bumps and boosts for both ATV enthusiasts and those seeking quiet...


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Gondola would create 1 of largest US ski areas near Tahoe

RENO, Nev. — A resort operator announced plans Monday to build a high-speed gondola connecting two Lake Tahoe slopes and creating one of the largest ski areas...


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Utah junior duck stamp winner announced

BRIGHAM CITY — Bradley Gray, 16, took Best of Show at the 2015 Utah Junior Duck Stamp Contest with a pair of green-winged teal created in colored...




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Trouble on the Hole Trail

The last time I rode the Hole Trail I didn’t have a GPS, so I was looking forward to riding it again to record the tracks. The Hole Trail is near the town of...


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Logan Canyon cleanup volunteers needed

LOGAN — Members of the public can support Stokes Nature Center and USU clubs, Aggie Outdoor Volunteers and the Student Organization for Society and Natural...


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Questival adventure race generates fun and charity

Last year at the first-ever Cotopaxi Utah Questival, Emily Esplin wasn’t sure what to expect. She just knew that it was supposed to be fun. Twenty-four hours...


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Utah DWR free frog app is fun and helpful

You know the frogs that keep you up at night when your windows are open or you are out camping? With the help of Utah’s Hogle Zoo, the Utah Division of...


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