Keep the heat up to save Bristol Bay

Wild salmon pour into the rivers of Bristol Bay right now as they have for centuries, reminding us, once again, how truly incredible this place, its salmon and its way of life are. Meanwhile, TU’s Save Bristol Bay campaign is gearing up for critical milestones in the coming month — bringing the months and years […]

TU supports Moving Forward

The #MovingForwardAct in the House offers a rare chance to put America back to work while also improving trout and salmon habitat, water delivery infrastructure and public lands. Help us push this bill through Congress. TU is enthusiastically supporting this important legislation, as Chris Wood outlined in his letter to House leaders this week on behalf of […]

Zoom talk on wild trout June 22

Join the CT Council of Trout Unlimited, TU staff as we talk with Mike Beauchene and Brian Eltz of the CT DEEP on a new report they just completed – A Random Revisit of the Statewide Stream Survey Project – which found a nearly 30% drop in Brook Trout in a one-year survey, versus results […]

Sunday is free fishing license day

Sunday, June 21, is Free Fishing License Day in Connecticut. Anyone can fish for free, after getting the free one-day license via the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection online licensing system. All other rules and regulations apply but enjoy a day of fishing. Get your free one-day license, valid Sunday, June 21, at

Trout Unlimited wants to hear from you

Trout Unlimited is launching a national effort to make sure everyone is represented in its activities. If you love fishing or believe in the value and need for protecting rivers, we want you to be a part of the Trout Unlimited community. Today, our membership and representation aren’t reflective of the racial diversity in the […]

Senate passes Land and Water Conservation Act

The Senate voted Wednesday 73 to 25 to pass the Great American Outdoors Act, a bill that permanently and fully funds the Land and Water Conservation Fund and provides money for the growing maintenance backlog on public lands.  Up next is the House of Representatives version of the bill, H.R. 7092, which was introduced by Rep. Joe Cunningham (D-SC) on […]

Public access needs your support

The Land and Water Conservation Fun (LWCF) is our country’s premier program to fund public access, fish and wildlife conservation and outdoor recreation. Public access and habitat conservation are critical to sustain hunting and fishing in America. LWCF supports these pillars of our sporting heritage and it is imperative that Congress provide full, dedicated funding […]

TU works toward more equity

Trout Unlimited President and CEO Chris Wood issued a statement this week saying the organization will work toward creating an environment of greater equity. In part, Wood wrote: Good comes when we listen more, understand more, and judge less — when we seek compassion and ways to help our neighbors. Good comes from building an […]