Jeff Yates

  • Community Featured

    Every week can be Trout Week

    The inaugural Flylords/Trout Unlimited Trout Week is wrapping up, but we can all keep it going in the weeks and months to come. From committing ourselves to increasing our personal conservation efforts on local waters, to connecting more with TU opportunities and initiatives online and across the country, every week can be Trout Week. Here's…

  • Community Featured

    Buckle up. Trout Week is coming

    Join Trout Unlimited and Flylords for a week of celebrating our favorite fish and our work to keep their waters healthy. From Sept. 25 through Oct. 2, we'll bring you dozens of ways to connect — from virtual conversations with important names in conservation and fishing to in-person opportunities to get your hands dirty and…

  • I have the world’s best fishing dog

    Tahoe is the world's best fishing dog. The perfect mix of Labrador, pit bull and some who-knows-what hunting dog, his genetic make-up sets him up for fishing success from the start. His Lab parts like being in the water, his pitty parts prefer perching on a stream-side rock, and his hunter instincts provide him just…

  • We are TU

    We Are TU: Rolando Guzman

    Rolando Guzman is president of his local New York City Chapter. He joined TU after taking a Fly Fishing 101 course at Orvis. As he learned more about TU's conservation mission, he became more deeply involved in the community. Tell us your TU origin story. When, where and how did you get involved in Trout Unlimited?…

  • We are TU

    We are TU: Jamie SanFilippo

    Jamie SanFilippo is president of her local Spring Creek Chapter in Pennsylvania. She joined TU when she brought the Trout in the Classroom program to her job at the local YMCA. Mentoring youth and new anglers is a passion for this active and avid conservationist. She also finds time to guide anglers on the fabled waters near…

  • Community

    Seven ways to celebrate Earth Day at home

    As a TU member and supporter, you can still take action on Earth Day and make a difference for cold, clean rivers and streams

    Tomorrow (Thursday) is Earth Day, and it marks the second year in a row where millions of Americans are practicing safe, social distancing in response to the COVID-19 pandemic to help our community weather what are hopefully the waning days of the outbreak. Traditionally a time when TU members and supporters are at their most…