Please join us at our May Board meeting. Monday, May 12, 2014, at the Duck Club in Irvine. The meeting starts at 7 pm and all are welcome!
Please join us at our April general meeting for a BBQ feed and an interesting talk by Mary Larsen, Senior Fisheries Biologist with the CA Dept of Fish and Wildlife. The BBQ starts at 6:00 pm and Mary will speak at 7:00. All members and prospective members are welcome. We promise good company and... [ READ MORE... ]
The South Coast chapter of Trout Unlimited will meet at the Duck Club in Irvine on Monday, March 10, 2014 at 7 p.m. All are welcome and directions to the Duck Club at www.southcoasttu.org!
The February General meeting will be held on Monday, February 10, 2014, at the Duck Club in Irvine. The meeting begins at 7 pm. Our meetings are scheduled for the second Monday of each month, so if you can't make this meeting mark in your computer or planner and join us next time. All are welcome... [ READ MORE... ]
The upper Santa Margarita River basin in northern San Diego county. The Santa Margarita estuary is located on Marine Corp Base Camp Pendleton and is likely the most intact steelhead habitat in southern California. The South Coast chapter of Trout Unlimited is working to enhance steelhead habitat... [ READ MORE... ]
Aquarium of the Pacific southern Steelhead exhibit
We recently provided valuable input on an upcoming exhibit on the southern Steelhead at the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach. Those of you who have been to the Aquarium know that they put together top-notch exhibits that no only showcase... [ READ MORE... ]
The fly fishing show at Bob Marriott’s returned the weekend before Thanksgiving and we were able to meet up with many of our members and old friends over the weekend. Our booth was well attended and we were fortunate to have Jessica Strickland, TU’s California Field Coordinator, help us during the... [ READ MORE... ]
In the far northwest corner of California and southwest Oregon, there is a semi-remote portion of the West Coast shoreline known as the Wild Rivers Coast. (WRC) The views are stunning; the fishing seasonal, the weather often foggy,rainy & damp, the population thin and it is simply not an easy... [ READ MORE... ]