To conserve, protect and restore Colorado’s coldwater fisheries and their watersheds
If you're on the river or lake and see any of the following spills or pollutants, please call 800-424-8802 - The National Spill Response Center (24 hour nationwide hotline).
Check out our new Fly Box for hot patterns from some of the best tiers around. Plus we'll be raffling a few of them off every month.
We are the first Trout Unlimited chapter in Colorado. Our membership is over 1,500 strong who are dedicated to conserving coldwater fisheries in Colorado. We would love to see you at our next event.
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Thanks to his conservation efforts and environmental teaching within the program of Trout in the Classroom, local Summit High School teacher, Jamie Lambrecht is the newest winner of the 2014
Richard Pilatzke (firstname.lastname@example.org) is an expert on all things still water: beetles, ants, hoppers, frogs, damsel flies, dragon flies, dries, nymphs — you name it. At the July 16th meeting
If you’re not familiar with our Trout in the Classroom program, it’s a program that provides the resources to a willing teacher to raise a tank full of trout. Well,
Once again, many of our members volunteered their time for an important project on March 21, 2013. The Cheesman Canyon, Temperature Profile, campaign has been one that has been ongoing
Thanks to previous raffle sponsors Brian Kuchynka, Bud McAllister, Rick Webb, and Jerry Shin. In addition, Greg Garcia from Angler’s All donated a nice fishing hat from Winston Rod Company.
The Board of Directors meets the first Tuesday of every month at The Shack in Littleton
Our monthly Chapter meeting is held on the third Tuesday of every month at 7899 S Lincoln Ct