Trout Unlimited is a national organization dedicated to protecting and improving cold water fishing resources. Our local chapter is a key building block and our local members volunteer their time, money and energy to improving cold-water fishing resources in New Hampshire. Almost all members love fly fishing, and related activities, such as fly tying.
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Bob and Trish Romano have owned a camp in the Rangeley Lakes Region of western Maine for over twenty-five years. Sometimes referred to as The Land of Fishing Legends, the Rangeley Lakes Region is a part of western Maine, where Carrie Stevens first tied her Gray Ghost streamer and Louise Dickinson Rich wrote her books about life on the Rapid River. It is a place where you can still find a moose around the bend in a river and native brook trout sharing a pool with wild landlocked salmon.
Bob has provided presentations at both the Marlboro and Somerset Fly Fishing Shows. He’s written four books set in the region. In its third printing, Shadows in the Stream contains essays on many of the region’s streams, rivers, ponds and lakes and has been used by its readers as a travel guide.
In Bob’s Rangeley Lakes fly-fishing novels, middle-aged fishing guide, Salvatore D’Amico, remains confounded by life’s many mysteries while playing tag with brook trout native to western Maine. The first in this series, North of Easie ranked second in the New England Outdoor Writer’s Association’s contest for Best Book of 2010.
Meetings are held at
Sweeney Post of the American Legion
251 Maple Street, Manchester NH
2016 Youth Camp
Youth Trout Camp is conducted by the NH Trout Unlimited State Council and its chapters throughout the state. The five day camp teaches appreciation through the art and science of fly fishing. The Youth Camp is for ages 14-17 years of age. To apply please download the Camp Brochure kidscampbrochure2016