Manage trout as your personal savings account

Paul Bruun weighs in on the current state of affairs on his home waters of Wyoming.

“Everybody talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it.” — Charles Dudley Warner

I understand exactly how Mr. Warner felt leading up to his insulting 1890s editorial reference to New England’s miserable winters.

Fast forward to those feigning deep concern for the well-being of the West’s cold water river trout populations, under siege from diminished snow runoff, uncontrolled woodland fires and record-breaking heat.

A sobering new alarm — with no respite in sight — comes from choking recreational traffic, an overflow that adds mega stress to already human-crowded wildlife resources.

What should we do about this?

LINK (via Jackson Hole News & Guide)

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