The cost of your CCF Trip includes all your lodging, meals, beverages, guided fishing and gratuities for lodge staff and guides. The cost does not include transportation to and from the location or your fishing licenses. Once signed up for a trip, participants will receive detailed trip information and background on the conservation issues that will be highlighted
TU also offers a number of additional fishing trips and opportunities to visit our projects. If you are interested in learning more about these trips, please let us know.
We plan our trips program well in advance and if you don't see your favorite trip listed this year, or have a place you are interested in going to, let us know.
All trips are first-come, first-served, so sign up now by contacting Sarah Davies at email@example.com or 406-522-7077.
Driftless Area, Westby, Wis., May 5 - 8
Discover this gem of the Midwest. From your base at the Westby House Inn, enjoy spring creek fishing for wild browns and brookies in the open pastures, canopied woods, and sheltered valleys of Wisconsin's Driftless Area.
10 anglers, $2,000 per person
Healing Waters Lodge, Twin Bridges, Mont., August 24 - 28
Do large wild trout gorging on hoppers get you excited? Join TU to float and fish in the heart of southwestern Montana, and unwind each evening with gourmet meals and deluxe accommodations.
10 anglers, $3,400 per person
High Lonesome Ranch & K-T, DeBeque, Colo., September 10 - 14
Bring your best girlfriend and enjoy a magical blend of world class fly fishing on blue ribbon Colorado waters with accomodations that wrap you in rustic elegance.
10 anglers, $3,800 per person
Fall Blitz, Montauk, NY September 22 - 26
One last adrenaline rush before winter: countless false albacore and striped bass migrate each autumn past the east end of Long Island, and TU puts you into the boats of the best Montauk guides to experience one of Nature's most spectacular shows.
14 anglers, $4,100 per person
Cast & Blast, PRO Outfitters, Stanford, Mont., August 31 - September 4
Hunting upland birds on the Montana praire in the morning and casting for trout in small freestone creeks and world-class rivers in the afternoon — what could be a better combination?
6 angler/hunters, $4,550 per person