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“The success of Trout Unlimited is built on a legacy of service; service of people who donate their time to protect sensitive habitats, repair degraded rivers, and teach children about conservation through fishing.
Check out the article about our MVOC/MRTU PHW program in TROUT magazine Summer 2014
And now we embark on a different kind of service—the service of the men and women who have selflessly defended our liberty. We are blessed with an exceptional band of people who have made extraordinary sacrifices to protect the rights and freedoms that make the United States great. Our reward is the opportunity to express our most sincere thanks to them.
Catskills PHW troops all caught fish.
With your help, Trout Unlimited enters a new chapter of service — the good work of helping wounded veterans to heal through exposure to fly fishing and conservation. By teaching the basics of the sport we love, and through many on-stream outings, we will bring rehabilitation and healing to those who have given so much.”
(The MVOC/MRTU program of PHW nominated Scott Hodgkins as "participant of the year"...... and he won! )*Those words were written by our President and CEO, Chris Wood. Find out more here... or contact Bill Manser, Program Lead, Montachusett Veterans Outreach Center/ MRTU PHWFF.
Come to an upcoming meeting to find out how you can help with our conservation plan.
* use TU Millers River Chapter 725 to post your FACEBOOK fishing reports and let others know when you're going fishing.
You can now get the best flies for the Millers River - as chosen and tied by those with years of experience. Come to the next Chapter meeting and get your limited edition collection for only $25 which will benefit the Millers River conservation work we do.
Millers River fly fishing, useful info, chapter & conservation news
On the grass or on the water, Fred and Jerry captivated our attention. A great turnout (38 strong), great weather, great food and a beautiful location gave us a day to remember.
Millers River Watershed Council has begun stream temperature and bacteria sampling for 2014. We have two additional projects to begin: stream continuity/culvert surveys and aquatic insect sampling.
Are you going fishing? Want to report on your last outing? Visit MRTU on FACEBOOK to keep us all up to date!
Need to report a fishing violation? Store this number in your cell phone! Better to REPORT - not Confront..
Contact the Massachusetts Environmental Police Radio Room at 1-800-632-8075 at any hour of the day.