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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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
Cutthroat Chapter is sad to note the passing of one of our chapter’s founding fathers, Alexander Makkai. Al was a major player for some of the seminal years of the
River Watch sampling and testing for October will be on Sunday the 16th. These events generally occur during the week so this is a great opportunity to see what River
September 20th Chapter Meeting – 7 PM. Jeff Spohn is CDOW’s aquatic biologist for the Upper South Platte River Basin. The Upper South Platte River is the Cutthroat Chapter’s “home
This month’s fly raffle will be a little different. Our shop sponsor is the Flaming Gorge Fly Shop. This is the place we stayed on our April trip to the Green River. The guys on the trip are co-sponsoring this month by donating some of their successful flies on that trip. I hope you enjoy the change.
This month’s featured fly tyer is Brian Kuchynka. Brian enjoys fishing and photography. He and his wife float many of the west’s great rivers. Visit his blog at http://floatfisher.blogspot.com/
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