• Community

    Catch the F3T, help a local conservation cause

    The Fly Fishing Film Tour is available for online streaming right now, and if you're interested in catching this year's film offerings, you can buy tickets from an independent screening and help a local conservation cause in the process. So far, the F3T has raised more than $30,000 for local conservation causes via independent screenings.…

  • Community

    TU starts public lands gear and knowledge swap via Facebook group

    Are you or your family in need of gear to better use and enjoy our public lands?   Are you looking to get rid of gear that’s collecting dust?   Are you new to fishing and could use a tip?   This is the group for you.   Use this page as an opportunity to give and receive, share, lend and express gratitude through the Trout Unlimited network. The…

  • Barriers

    Rattlesnake Dam removal is almost complete

    Removal of century-old dam in Missoula, Mont., opens creek for native fish passage The opportunity for native westslope cutthroat and bull trout to move unimpeded up and down Rattlesnake Creek in Missoula, Mont., is close to reality. Contractors hired by Trout Unlimited, Montana Trout Unlimited, the City of Missoula and Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks,…

  • Community

    Light the Fire for Bristol Bay

    Trout Unlimited Alaska and August Island Pictures cordially invite you to the North America Livestream Premiere screening event of the award-winning documentary, The Wild, on August 6, 2020 at 8 p.m. EST/5 p.m. PST. The Wild is a harrowing picture of the people of Bristol Bay, and how we come together to save the fishery…

  • Community

    Wyoming volunteers back to work on Little Mountain

    Volunteers from the Seedskadee TU Chapter in Wyoming helped plant hundreds of trees along cutthroat trout streams in the Little Mountain region.

    National Trout Unlimted leaders announced on June 1 that chapters were permitted to organize chapter gatherings where state and local rules allow, and as long as proper precautions are taken to protect one another. Wyoming TU volunteers wasted no time, and are already back to work restoring some of Wyoming’s most important strongholds for native…

  • Community

    Building a community of service in difficult times

    Now more than ever, we need to address issues of equity within Trout Unlimited

    In a recent Hatch Magazine article, Chad Brown – Navy veteran and founder/president of the non-profit organization Soul River, which focuses on bringing veteran mentors and inner city youth together in the outdoors – made a point that captured the gravity of today’s moment for the environmental conservation community.   While sharing some of the personal instances of…

  • Featured

    Kerri Russell, 1956-2020

    With patience and perseverence, Kerri Russell helped push TU toward a more inclusive and diverse future.

    National trustee planted seeds for ongoing diversity and inclusion initiatives at Trout Unlimited There was a time not long ago when some of the leading women volunteers at Trout Unlimited were ready to storm the barricades. From their vantage point, the organization was not moving fast enough to increase the number of women in its…