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.

October 10, 2017 Merrimack River Valley Trout Unlimited


Don’t miss the first of seven of Trout Unlimited Merrimack River Valley Chapter 2017 -2018 membership meetings.


The October 10th meeting will be presented by Geoffrey Day one of the co-founders of the Sea Run Brook Trout Coalition will be presenting an update on the Red Brook restoration of Sea Run Trout.



The iconic Red Brook salter

The iconic Red Brook salter

Red Brook marks the boundaries between Plymouth, Wareham and Bourne MA.

Red Brook is a small, spring fed, 4.5-mile-long trout stream that empties into Buttermilk Bay, not far from the Cape Cod Canal. Meandering south from White Island Pond, for much of its length Red Brook serves as the boundary between the towns of Plymouth and Wareham in southeastern Massachusetts.


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.

















Fly Fishing Workshop Series – 2017 Schedule


“Let’s Go Fly Fishing for Trout” is a series of classes designed to introduce people to the “quiet sport” of fly fishing. The classes are designed for beginners as well as people that want to expand their fly fishing skills.


There is no charge for the classes, however space is limited and pre-registration is required. Families with children 10 years of age and older are encouraged to register and participate. Class topics will include equipment, flies, cold water fisheries, strategies, fly tying and fly casting.


Although the course focuses on coldwater fish (i.e. trout and salmon), the basic skills are applicable to fly fishing for bass, panfish and saltwater fish species.


All materials are provided from fly tying equipment to fly rods and reels. Classes are a combination of lecture, discussion, hands-on, demonstrations and multimedia presentations.

A Fly Casting Instruction session for all students will be held on Saturday, May 6, 2017 from 9 – 11am at Lake Massabesic. Rods will be provided.


The course is sponsored and supported by Merrimack River Valley Chapter of Trout Unlimited. Instructors are certified by the Fish and Game Department “Let’s Go Fishing” program and are members of the Merrimack River Valley Chapter of Trout Unlimited.



March 22 & 29, April 5 & 13, 2017

Amoskeag Fishways, Manchester, NH

6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

   To register call 603-626-FISH (3474) or visit www.AmoskeagFishways.org



March 8, 15, 22 & 29, 2017

Hooksett Public Library, Hooksett, NH

6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

To register call 603-485-6092 or visit http://www.HooksettLibrary.org



Saturday, May 6, 2017 from 9 – 11am at Lake Massabesic

Fly Casting Instructions

Rods will be provided if needed





Merrimack River Valley Chapter is a affiliate supporter of the New Hampshire Wildlife Federation

NH Wildlife Federation – Preserve, Protect, & Conserve Wildlife Habitat and Resources





2017 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.

The 2017 Kids Trout Camp application kidscampbrochure2017ver2






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