Mission

 

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.

 

 

2016 Northeast Regional Meeting

JUNE 10-12, 2016
NEWBURY, NH

2016 Northeast Regional Meeting - Newbury, NHJoin fellow anglers and TU volunteer leaders from across the Northeast on June 10-12, 2016 in Newbury, NH, at the Mount Sunapee Resort for enlightening presentations, inspiring dialogue and engaging camaraderie with those who share your dedication to TU and our mission. TU regional meetings are occasions to be inspired – by the work of TU staff, lessons from volunteer leaders, and conversations with newfound friends. They are also an excellent opportunity to discuss the unique issues facing the region as well as a chance to network and build relationships with fellow TU volunteer leaders.

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SCHEDULE

 

Friday, June 10 – Optional Free Day of Hosted Fishing
Spend a great day on the water chasing eager trout in mountain streams or on larger rivers. Located with access to some optimal water no matter which direction you head, you’ll enjoy a day filled with fun thanks to your fishing hosts, local New Hampshire TU members and volunteers who share your passion for conservation and fishing and can’t wait to show you their favorite streams! You are also free to arrange a private guide trip on your own for the day.

 

Friday Night, June 10 –
Dinner is no-host and many anglers choose to fish until dark and grab a bite with their volunteer host out on the road. We will provide you with a range of local options within easy driving distance of the hotel for that evening.

 

Saturday, June 11 – Workshops and Seminars
Saturday’s full-day of workshops, panels and discussions are designed to bring together the best ideas and focus on the greatest challenges and opportunities for coldwater conservation in the Northeast Region. Whether sharing strategies on running a chapter stream restoration project, advocating for land protection or regulation changes, or learning skills to engage more youth and families in conservation and fishing, you’re sure to walk away armed with tips, tools and resources to make a difference on your local rivers. Above all else, the networking with fellow TU members and volunteers opens the door to incredible idea sharing and opportunities for partnership across county and state lines!

 

Saturday Night, June 11
Enjoy a special barbecue on the grounds of the Mount Sunapee Resort with a great outdoor atmosphere, cash bar and some fun casting competitions to keep the night lively! Often the best part of the meeting weekend, the Saturday evening meal offers ample time for networking and following up with fellow TU volunteers on discussions from earlier in the day.

 

Sunday, June 12 – Workshops and Seminars
Sunday’s half-day session continues the great discussions and presentations with a focus on more topics important to your council or chapter. We will end a little around mid-day with a quick wrap session so you can hit the road home early – or stay a few hours for some more fishing!

 

LODGING

Accommodations for the Northeast Regional Meeting are all off-site but within easy driving distance to Mount Sunapee. The nearby options are:

The Lake Inn at Mt Sunapee (Distance – 1 mile)
1349 NH-103, Newbury, NH 03255
www.lakeinnsunapee.com
(603) 763-2701

 

New officers.

Joel Kasper, President

Christopher Hunt, Vice President

Curtis Page, Secretary

Jack Pollner, Treasurer

Burr Tupper, Board of Director

Michael Croteau, Board of Director

Amanda Page, Board of Director

Ron Sowa, Past President 1 yr.

 
   

                                                                        Meetings are held at 

                                                       Sweeney Post of the American Legion

                                                        251 Maple Street, Manchester NH

Guests and potential members are always welcome.  The regular meeting starts at 7:00 pm, doors open at 6:30 pm and usually lasts until around 9:00 pm. Every meeting includes a program with guest speakers. In the past, guest speakers such as Thomas Ames and other fly fishing and fly tying experts present slide presentations on fly fishing, fly tying, entomology, Atlantic Salmon restoration, etc. In addition to outside speakers, members frequently present their fly fishing exploits in New Hampshire, Maine, Alaska, Montana and throughout New England.
We hope to see you there.

 

 

 

 

 

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