Long Island Region
Trout fishing and fly fishing have a deep history on Long Island. Even in a highly populated area, there are some well-known trout streams on the Island, as well as numerous opportunities a few hours away. Trout Unlimited is fortunate two have two excellent chapters represent Long Island's fly fishing community.
Long Island - chapter #069
Since 1972, Long Island Chapter of Trout Unlimited is a group of men and women whose focus is to restore and conserve Long Island's coldwater fisheries. This chapter is involved in Trout in the Classroom, DEC Camps for youths, stream cleanups, resource management, fundraising campaigns, adopt a service person, and other activities which ensure healthy watersheds for generations to come.
Art Flick - chapter #425
This Trout Unlimited Chapter, named for author and fly fisherman, Art Flick. Formed from some fly tying clubs who wanted to protect their beloved Carmans River, the Art Flick chapter has been doing great work since they were formed.