Trout Diva’s Overly Dramatic Guidelines for Handling Trout – Part 5

Welcome to Part 5 of “Trout Diva’s Overly Dramatic Guidelines for Handling Trout” BE MY MAIN SQUEEZE …or…  THE VULCAN DEATH GRIP This is something that a lot of people don’t realize, especially men that tend to have really strong hands anyway…  Trout are very delicate fish.  They are easily injured.  This includes squeezing them … Read more

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Trout Diva’s Overly Dramatic Guidelines for Handling Trout – Part 4

Welcome to Part 4 of “Trout Diva’s Overly Dramatic Guidelines for Handling Trout TAKING THE GLOVES OFF …or… SLIME BALLS You probably have noticed at some point that trout don’t have the same kind of scales that most other fish do.  (some folks say they don’t have scales at all…  I beg to differ!  They … Read more

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Trout Diva’s Overly Dramatic Guidelines for Handling Trout – Part 2

Welcome to Part 2 of “Trout Diva’s Overly Dramatic Guidelines for Handling Trout GET A HANDLE ON IT …or… TEARING ME APART – Here’s one that everyone probably needs a little bit of a reminder on, as I see this rather frequently with both adults and children alike. I don’t know how to say this … Read more

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Trout Diva’s Overly Dramatic Guidelines for Handling Trout – Part 1

Welcome to Part 1 of “Trout Diva’s Overly Dramatic Guidelines for Handling Trout 911 DISPATCH FOR DIFFICULTY BREATHING …or… YOU TAKE MY BREATH AWAY My husband is on the Volunteer Fire Department, and is also our local, elected Constable.  So, I have been trying to get used to listening to the police radio all day, … Read more

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Trout Diva’s Overly Dramatic Guidelines for Handling Trout – Intro

Trout Diva’s Overly Dramatic Guidelines for Handling Trout – Introduction: Hello, everyone! Well, fall is finally here…  Lake level is almost at pool, minimum flow has been implemented on the White River since July, and we are already seeing the positive effects on the river. As you may have seen on our facebook posts, folks … Read more

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Dry Run Creek project takes prestigious National Award

FRANK WALLIS • Bulletin Staff Writer • December 9, 2010 A yearlong project to enhance public access to Dry Run Creek, stabilize the creek’s banks and improve fish habitat is the winner of the American Fisheries Society’s prestigious Sport Fish Restoration Project of the Year Award for 2010. Tim Burnley, stream habitat coordinator for the … Read more

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