Taconic Chapter Of Trout Unlimited

Welcome to the Taconic Chapter of Trout Unlimited website.

Our mission is to help conserve, protect, and restore North America’s coldwater fisheries and their watersheads.

Our Trout Unlimited chapter is located in Berkshire County of Massachusetts.

Latest News
Monthly Chapter Meeting – Thursday, October 25th 2018

Our next monthly chapter meeting will be held at the Cork n Hearth, Laurel Street, Lee, MA on Thursday, October 25th. Join us starting at 5pm for a social hour, officer elections and business meeting followed by a presentation by Steve Culton on “The Little Things”, that you can do to catch and land more fish. At the completion of the meeting around 7pm there is also the opportunity to stay for dinner as well.

When: Thursday, October 25th at 5:00pm

Where: Cork n Hearth, Laurel Street, Lee, MA

Deerfield River Spawning Survey

Some really good work going on by our friends over at The Deerfield River Watershed Chapter of Trout Unlimited. You can find more details on their chapter web site here.

LatestNewsletter – Winter 2017
Hot off the press… Click here to download our latest newsletter.
You can find past issues here.
Crooked Staff Award – 2017
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Taconic Chapter of Trout Unlimited Vice President, Henry Sweren, was the recipient of this years Crooked Staff Award presented at our annual Holiday Party held December 15, 2016. Click here to read the full article, published in the Berkshire Eagle on January 7, 2017, which explains the history and tradition of the Crooked Staff.
River’s Calendar Project
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At our October 15, 2015 membership meeting, Entomologist, Mike Cole, gave a very informative presentation on the bugs one might encounter while fly fishing the Deerfield River.

This was an abbreviated presentation of the work he did to compile A Field Guide To Common Aquatic Insect Hatches In Massachusetts for TU and the River’s Calendar Project.

You can view/download a .pdf copy of the Rivers Calendar Project Guide written by Mike here – A Field Guide To Common Aquatic Insect Hatches In Massachusetts