About Jersey Shore Trout Unlimited
Trout Unlimited's mission is to conserve, protect and restore North America's trout and salmon fisheries and their watersheds. It is a private, non-profit organization with 125,000 members in 500 chapters nationwide. The Jersey Shore Chapter was established in Oct 1989.
The members of the Jersey Shore Chapter of Trout Unlimited primarily reside in the central New Jersey coastal counties of Monmouth and Ocean. Our conservation activities include yearly stream cleanups and helping with the Sea Run Brown Trout stocking program run by the New Jersey Department of Fish and Wildlife. Our members enjoy both fresh and saltwater fly fishing, and the chapter runs a variety of trips and educational activities throughout the year.
Regular Monthly Meeting - 6/19/2018
The regular monthly meeting of JSTU for June will be held on Tuesday, June 19, 2018, at 7:30pm, at the usual Fireman's Field meeting location in Oakhurst, NJ. Our guest speaker will be Agust Gudmundson, the former president of the NJTU State Council. Agust is a knowledgable on just about anything stream-related going on in NJ. Fly tying preceding the meeting at 6:30pm.
Want To Receiver The JSTU Newsletter?
If you want to receive the JSTU newsletter and occasional announcements about upcoming events by email, and are not currently on our mailing list, just send a message to our Newsletter Editor Tim Black with your email address and he'll make sure you get added to the mailing list. It's a great way to find out what's happening in the chapter.
Women's Initiative (WI) Program at NJ TU
Be Part of it......
Trout Unlimited is America's leading coldwater conservation organization
Make a Difference.....
Be a grassroots advocate for protection of the environment
Leave a Legacy.....
Work to ensure we have clean, cold, fishable water for generations to come
The main goal of the NJ State Council of Trout Unlimited Women’s Initiative is to provide support for chapters to recruit new members to TU as well as engage current members to network with other women and become involved in chapter projects and river outings.