TU's Veterans Service Partnership (VSP) and the Tragedy Assistance Program for Surivors http://www.taps.org are collaborating on a Montana trip for men who have lost loved ones in military service. VSP helped arrange the accommodations at Chico Hot Springs Lodge http://www.chicohotsprings.com/and... [ READ MORE... ]
TU's Veterans Service Partnership partnered with Project Healing Waters recently to provide a fly fishing trip for 8 wounded warrior Vets to Slough Creek in Yellowstone National Park. National VSP Coordinator Alan Folger, Western VSP Coordinator Dave Kumlien, and TU volunteers Jo and Jim Borowski... [ READ MORE... ]
The therapeutic energy of fly fishing for trout in the mountains and around moving water is well proven, and nowhere was this more evident than during the TU Veterans Service Partnership's recent trip to Yellowstone Park and Silvertip Ranch on Slough Creek. Five wounded warrior/Veteran couples... [ READ MORE... ]
Group shot of NJ TU chapter members who participated in the second March Madness Fly Tying event held on Saturday, 3/22/14 in Cranford, NJ. Hosted by the Rahway River chapter, over 40 TU members honed their tying skills and donated flies to Project Healing Waters, Casting For Recovery and TU... [ READ MORE... ]
Trout Unlimited will host its annual Washington, D.C., dinner this week, and there is still time for folks to register and attend the dinner. The event is held every year to celebrate the service of TU's volunteers through the Veterans Service Partnership, which helps vets recover from the wounds... [ READ MORE... ]
Did you ever notice or wonder why the fin on a fish looks like its been clipped? That's because it might have been clipped. The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation clips one fin (usually Adipose) of every stocked Skamanian Steelhead. They do this at the hatchery before they... [ READ MORE... ]
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One Man Can Make A Difference
One man can make a difference! A year ago I set out to promote conservation through education on a creek right across the street from my "front porch". The creek is a tributary named Four Mile Creek and is set in a nature preserve owned by... [ READ MORE... ]
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Chris Wood, president and CEO of Trout Unlimited, delivers the annual State of TU presentation to members during September's annual meeting in Madison, Wisc.
I had the honor to lead a group of 7 wounded warriors from the Bozeman based Warriors and Quiet Waters Foundation on a day fishing trip to a beautiful tributary of the upper Missouri River. The weather was challenging (it was snowing....), but dressed up in some great Simms fishing gear, we... [ READ MORE... ]