We have somewhere over 400 great TU Business members. Check them out. Buy some gear. Book a trip. Buy a gift card. You’ll be glad you did, and so will the fish.
The Caddis Fly Angling Shop in Eugene, OR has been around for over 40 years, long enough to see its influence expand from a great regional shop to a real force on the fly fishing scene.
Regardless of how you see them, these harmless creatures have an important role in the riparian ecosystem. They break down leaves in streams to start the food chain, are food for trout, and can even indicate clean water.
Join me on Instagram Live on Friday November 20 at 1 PM PST @troutunlimited when I talk with Chris @caddisflyshop about fishing, growing a great business, conservation and more!
The NYC and Watersheds TIC virtual trout tank fry have lost their yolk and are swimming up to the surface of the tank. These important clues tell us that they are ready for food. Trout in the Classroom fry eat fish food called meal and crumbles. They are made from cuttings from seafood harvested for consumption. … Read more
Join me on Instagram Live on today, Wednesday November 18 at 2 PM MST @troutunlimited when I talk with Garrison and Corinne @repyourwater about fishing, growing a great business, conservation and more!
They are not exactly ready for food, but they are certainly more curious and adventurous on this rainy day
We were all desperate for outlets to get us away from these confines, and for a way to connect with friends and family in a safe manner. Lucky for us, fishing provided that outlet
I first met Jim Greene as a relatively new employee of Trout Unlimited. He was an incredibly energetic earnest, and gregarious man
Like a lot of us, his passion is fly fishing, and, like a lot of us, he ties his own flies