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Fly Fishing Film Tour Feb. 28 in Newtown

Screening supports local TU work The Fly Fishing Film Tour will take you — vicariously — to the best destinations around the world while raising money for local Trout Unlimited projects on Friday, Feb. 28, from 7 to 10 p.m. at Edmond Town Hall, 45 Main St., Newtown. The annual screening by the Nutmeg, Mianus […]

A letter from Nutmeg’s president

Greetings, as we look back at 2019 and ahead to 2020, its time for a little reflection. As the chapter evolves it’s important to reflect on why we are Trout Unlimited members and what we would like to get out of the chapter. Most of us joined to meet like-minded people that are interested in […]

Win a rod and reel at the holiday party

One lucky attendee at the Nutmeg TU Holiday Party will take home his or her choice of a new rod and reel. The party, originally scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 17, has been postponed to Tuesday, Jan. 21. Click here for more information on the party. The door prize will be the choice of a fly […]

Holiday party Jan. 21

Nutmeg TU has postponed its holiday to its January meeting, scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 21, at Port 5, 69 Brewster St., Bridgeport, CT. The party was scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 17, but has been postponed due to weather and travel conditions. The program remains the same for January. Those with last names starting in letters […]

Take a survey, make Nutmeg TU better

In an effort to give you a voice the direction of Nutmeg TU, the chapter Board of Directors has compiled a survey. Your replies will be anonymous (unless you provide an email address to contact you), and will help us plan activities and events. Click this link to take the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/8279Z7M

If a tree falls in the river…

A tree has fallen and is partially covering a favorite pool in the William “Doc” Skerlick Fly Fishing Only section of the Saugatuck River Trout Management Area in Westport. What to do?!? Actually, this is a blessing in disguise! Why are large woody debris important? Wood helps stabilize shorelines and provides vital habitat for trout […]

Redds survey moved to Friday, Nov. 29

A chance to learn about the salmonid life cycle and how to help find trout nesting sites, or reeds, has been moved to Friday, Nov. 29, at 9 a.m. Click here for a video. We’ll meet at the Mill River WTMA (Wild Trout Management Area) in Easton, at the bottom of the big hill on […]

The Clean Water Rule is under attack

The Clean Water Rule is under attack, leaving headwater streams and wetlands vulnerable. If you have a few minutes, check out this blog entry by Chris Wood, TU’s President and CEO: We fish here so you can fish there (https://www.tu.org/blog/we-fish-here-so-you-can-fish-there/). Or if in a rush, just go to https://standup.tu.org/ to contact your member of Congress and tell them to […]