Wednesday, 07 February 2018 16:29

February 17, 2018 Member Meeting

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Sac-Sierra Chapter, Trout Unlimited Member Meeting
Saturday, February 17, 2018, 1 to 3 p.m.
Campus Commons Gold Course Club House
2 Cadillac Dr.
Sacramento, CA 95825
(along side the American River)

February 2018 Member Meeting!

Your Chapter will have its first member meeting of 2018 on the date and time noted above.
Bring a friend as all anglers and their friends are invited.
Please RSVP to so we know we have enough room for everyone.
We will have a raffle which includes a fly rod and reel combo.
Our Guest Speaker will be Sam Davidson, Trout Unlimited California Communications Director. Sam will update us all on Trout Unlimited Activities related to the Sacramento Region including the Sacramento, and San Joaquin River Watersheds and the Delta.
Our Board Members will share this year's upcoming events and field any questions that you may have. We will discuss our emphasis on our local American and Sacramento River Watersheds this year. There will be activities that allow you to "give back" to the environment, as well an enjoy many of our region's bounties. Rain or shine, we'll see you there!

Bill Templin, Chapter President




Sunday, 21 January 2018 17:41

Creek Week 2018

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Creek Week is a week long series of activities culminating in an event for children at Carmichael Park.  This event has several parts to it:  Creek Week Clean Up, Outreach, Water Quality Monitoring and Youth Casting Instruction.

This year's events will take place from April 6th to the 14th.  Volunteers are needed to assist.  To sign up for email notifications check the pages linked below, or contact Bill Templin or Bud Croenwett.


Information Booth

Water Quality Monitoring

Youth Casting Instruction


Sunday, 23 July 2017 05:32

Middle Fork American River Trip

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Diversity... bringing all angler types together to protect, enhance, restore and connect with the cold water fisheries in the Sierra Nevada and it's watershed.

Volunteers at Work

Tuesday, 25 February 2014 01:53

Sierra Trout Camps 2014

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This year, We're running two camps dedicated to introducing our youth to the basics of fly fishing, entomology and coldwater conservation.

On June 21/22, for ages 9-11 at Sagehen Creek, CA
Hosted by Trout Unlimited and Ralph and Lisa Cutter
Tuition $150
Application Deadline April 15th, 2014

On September 12/13/14, for ages 11-13, at Grizzly Creek Ranch
Hosted by Trout Unlimited and Sierra Nevada Journeys
Tuition $200
Application Deadline July 15th, 2014
For more information or to sign up, contact Krista Anderson with Trout Unlimited at (775) 720-4598, or Email her here
Download an application

Saturday, 04 August 2012 10:04

Stockton Steelhead Festival October 7, 2012

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Enjoy a trout pond for the young angler and a fly fishing pond to learn from the pros.  Partake in local food cooking demos prepared by local chefs and wine tasting.  Continue lifelong learning and appreciation for conservation and sustainability through innovative and recreation activities and speakers.  Kids young and old can get their faces painted or chat with local artists one-on-one as well as shop for paintings, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry, fiber art, woodwork, mixed media, and more.  Live music, info booths and more!

Monday, 02 June 2008 06:55

Steelhead Festival

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After several years of coordination with Sonoma County agencies and businesses, the first Annual Wild Steelhead Festival is being conducted February 8–10, 2008 to bring public awareness to this threatened species. Help support our sister chapter by attending, and learn of the efforts being made to enhance their natural habitat through many fun and educational events during the three days. For more information visit or write to: Steelhead Fest, 327A Healdsburg Av, Healdsburg, CA 95448.

Thank you to the TU members who responded to the call for help to rescue fish from the poorly planned drainage of Prospect Island. The massive fish kill was very unfortunate and unnecessary but, as sometimes happens in various aspects of our lives, we learn from our mistakes. The agencies involved will undoubtedly be more careful in the future, and hopefully will not delay in accepting volunteer assistance as soon as it is offered and needed.

Monday, 02 June 2008 06:59

Salmon Festival A Great Succes

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The 11th Annual Salmon Festival at the Nimbus Fish Hatchery concluded this afternoon, and it appears to have been another great success!

Even though the Chapter has been active only 13 months, this is our second consecutive year of participation. Quite a few of our Chapter members contributed ideas and materials during the planning stages for our booth, and enough members volunteered to have at least two people staffing the booth for each of the six 2-hour shifts. Mother Nature contributed by providing sunny skies after Friday's rain but, unfortunately, the salmon were not particularly cooperative. It seems they are a bit late arriving this year!

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