Concord, New Hampshire
The Basil W. Woods, Jr. chapter of Trout Unlimited is committed to the preservation, conservation, and protection of North America's coldwater fisheries and their watersheds. We invite you to explore our website and participate in making Trout Unlimited's mission an everyday reality.
Most meetings are held at the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire's Forrests - 54 Portsmouth Street, in Concord.
Social hour starts @ 6:00PM
Programs & Speakers start @ 7:00PM
All are welcome!
Our October program features Colles Stowell of the One Fish Foundation.
Colles will talk about the One Fish Foundation and also the impacts of pressures on both fresh and salt water fisheries resources. He is a longtime avid fly fisherman with broad experience in both fresh and saltwater.
Annual Conservation Banquet
We hope you will explore the Basil Woods, Jr. TU chapter website - and please send us any comments from our Contact Us link.
What we Love
We all love to fish - but we also know that good fishing requires viable ecosystems which support coldwater fisheries. We know that there are lots of things individuals and groups like Trout Unlimited can do to make it possible to wet a line, make a perfect (or not so perfect) cast, and maybe come face-to-face with a beautiful native brookie, a rambunctious rainbow, or a secretive brown trout.
Thanks for stopping by!
How to Join TU
Go to www.tu.org and sign up. There are several membership levels: for young people, those over 62, and others ranging from regular to life member.
The TU National website may not allow you to indicate which chapter you wish to join. You can specify that you'd like to join our chapter (Basil W. Woods, Jr. (Chapter #200)) by calling them at 1-800-834-2419