Announcements

General Meeting

Meet & Greet 

starting at
7 P.M.
on
​04 / 26 / 2016

at the

Sunnyside Library 

5566 E Kings Canyon Rd
Fresno, CA 93727


The TU SPRING PICNIC 

on

04 / 23 / 2016

Is Postponed


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for updates

Committed to conserving, protecting, and restoring Central Sierra

coldwater fisheries and their watersheds.

Eyed and newly hatched Trout eggs

Join

New Members - $17.50 

go to

www.tu.org/intro


Stream Explorers - $12

ages 12 and under

go to

www.streamexplorers.org


TU Teen - $14

ages 13-18

go to

www.tu.org


 

Rainbow Trout

CENTRAL SIERRA CHAPTER of TROUT UNLIMITED

TTo conserve, protect and restore North America's coldwater fisheries and their watersheds.ype your paragraph here.

California has the most diverse ecology of any state, and, other than Alaska, has the most species of native trout and salmon. California boasts 31 distinct kinds of trout, salmon and steelhead – 20 of which are found only in the Golden State. 

CALIFORNIA

 

work accomplished on a local level by volunteer leaders and members — people like you who love to fish and have joined forces to protect and restore local waters.

CONSERVATION


should be a true partnership between landowners, agencies, municipalities, and all stakeholders working to protect critical habitat, to reconnect degraded waterways, and restore populations to coldwater fisheries.

Welcome to TU - Central Sierra Chapter

A group of fishermen and women, but most of all outdoor enthusiasts, who love the places where the fish of the central sierra live.  It is our desire to conserve, protect, and restore the rivers, streams, lakes, and the watersheds here in our backyard.  With TU we can achieve it.

HISTORY

 

from the beginning, TU was guided by the principle that if we "take care of the fish, then the fishing will take care of itself."

LOCAL


Salmon Fest 1

Salmon Fest 2

San Joaquin River -Once home to the state’s second largest salmon run