Watersheds

  1. Clark Fork Restoration
    https://in.tu.org/tu-projects/clark-fork-restoration

    Goals

    When the Clark Fork River leaves Montana on its westward journey to the Pacific, it is Montana’s largest river—and one of its most storied. Its famous tributaries, like Rock Creek and the Blackfoot and Bitterroot rivers are among the most popualar angling destinations in America.

  2. Bear River
    https://in.tu.org/tu-projects/bear-river

    Goals

    The Bear River in Idaho, Wyoming, and Utah is the longest river in the western hemisphere that doesn’t reach the ocean—traveling a tortuous path over 500 miles from its headwaters in the Uinta Mountains before eventually emptying into the Great Salt Lake. And the fish are as unique as the river.

  3. Green River
    https://in.tu.org/tu-projects/green-river

    Goals

    The Green River is one of the West’s storied fishing destinations. From its headwaters in the stunning Wind River Range to the legendary tailwater below Flaming Gorge Reservoir, the Green is what most anglers imagine when they dream of chasing wild trout in the remote and untamed West.

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