Hudson Valley Region
The Hudson Valley region has historic trout waters, but always requires stewardship in order for those waters to remain healthy and vibrant for generations to come. If you live in the area please consider joining a chapter.
Ashokan-Pepacton chapter #559
For more than 50 years, Trout Unlimited has played a leading role in protecting rivers, streams and watersheds across the nation. The Ashokan-Pepacton Watershed chapter, located in the heart of New York’s Catskill Mountains, is especially active in stewardship, education and advocacy for our historically important waters, deemed the “Cradle of American Fly Fishing.”
Beamoc - chapter #253
Located in Trout Town, USA (aka Roscoe, NY) the Beamoc chapter works for coldwater fisheries in the heart of the Catskills. Contact us for more information!
Upper Delaware - chapter #611
Located near one of the countries best wild trout rivers with unbelievable mayfly hatches, this chapter is dedicated to preserving the cold water fisheries in our area through education, local conservation projects and grass roots action.
Catskill Mountains - chapter #028
Fly fishing in the Catskills is something that resonates with all New York fly fisherman. So history and importance to the sport and to conservation. This chapter works hard to keep that legacy intact.
Mid-Hudson - chapter #293
This chapter based out of Poughkeepsie, has an extra-special emphasis on education — and it shows! This group is very active with a lot of interesting events on the calendar!
Croton - chapter #113
This chapter runs several environmental programs. These include stream and reservoir clean ups, tree plantings, water temperature and quality monitoring, stocking, and Trout in the Classroom.