native trout

  • Video spotlight

    Watch: “Reviving the Bear”

    Once thought genetically extinct, this native trout is on the path to recovery They call the Bear a “working river.” Covering more than 500 miles and tracing a broad horseshoe on its journey to the Great Salt Lake, the river connects rural ranching communities in Utah, Wyoming and Idaho. Its heavily controlled flows are interrupted…

  • From the President

    Not giving up on natives

    Southeast volunteers of all ages offer brook trout a hand

    Southeast volunteers of all ages offer brook trout a hand With all due respect to all the legendary trout states in America, perhaps my favorite Trout Unlimited trip was to my home state of New Jersey. A few TU legendary volunteers, such as Agust Gudmundsson, Rick Axt, Rich Thomas, and the late Rick Ege, offered…

  • Advocacy

    BLM Solar Plan Can’t Come at the Expense of Wild and Native Trout and Salmon

    Trout Unlimited has worked for decades advocating for balanced management of our public lands that are so important to sustaining healthy trout and salmon populations and our angling and hunting heritage. Our nation has set ambitious goals for expanding renewable energy development, including the Biden Administration’s goal of a carbon pollution-free electricity sector by 2035,…

  • From the President

    The Power of Native.

    Like your first kiss, no one ever forgets their first native trout. The memory is as searing as the sun's reflection off snow through a windshield. My friend and fishing mentor, Bill Sargent had pointed me to a small and little-known stream in the Green Mountains to fish for native brook trout. Bill explained to…

  • Science

    Science Guides Native Trout Restoration

    CA’s science staff utilize low-tech processes for restoration in the remote native range of the golden trout There are several drivers of Trout Unlimited’s coldwater conservation work, but science is its beating heart. Many TU staff and volunteers — including the leading fish biologists, entomologists, hydrologists, ecologists, and mapping experts of our Science Program —…