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New MNTU Statewide Newsletter is Online
February 24, 2017

The MNTU winter newsletter is a weighty one, full of news such as: Fishing Mill Creek; Book Review: Young Men and Fire; Fly Fishing the BWCAW; The Secrets of Tying Jerk Flies; Float Tubing NE MN Trout Lakes; The History of Brown Trout in SE MN; plus, what’s going on with the money raised from the sale of trout stamps? You […]

You’ll get good at cutting and hauling buckthorn.  You’ll get muddy doing it.  But you’ll get a free lunch when you are done! We’re inviting the community to join our Vermillion Riverkeepers volunteers at another stream restoration event on Saturday, March 4, from 9 a.m. to noon. Everyone is welcome: school groups, civic organizations, students […]

The Great Waters Fly Fishing Expo is our biggest event.  Proceeds benefit Minnesota Trout Unlimited.  We need about 40 volunteers to do everything–take tickets at the door, hand out newsletters, help people buy raffle tickets, help people find presentation rooms, and helping presenters know when their time is running out. Give us four hours, and […]

Indeed Brewing 711 15th Ave NE in Minneapolis, is the site for this month’s Trout on Tap meet-up, Thursday, March 2, from 6 p.m. – 10 p.m. No agenda, no formal meeting.  Just friendly people telling lies about where they fish. This event will feature fly tying demonstrations, awesome fishing art displays, and the artists who did […]

Many people joined Trout Unlimited to learn more about fly fishing.  Take advantage of our next free presentation on the basics of fly fishing, Tuesday, February 28, at 6:30 p.m., at Wood Lake Nature Center, 6710 Lake Shore Dr., Richfield. Robert Hawkins, the owner of the new Bob Mitchell’s Fly Shop in St. Paul, will […]

Community

As the photos show, we had an awesome, fun night at our first Fall Festival Fundraiser in Eagan last Friday. The big surprise was U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar making a guest appearance and speaking for a few minutes about the successes we’ve achieved together, including protecting the Great Lakes, and getting rid of microbead pollution. […]

About 45 volunteers turned out Saturday, March 5th to help improve habitat along the Vermillion River We cleared invasive trees along the South Branch of the Vermillion River near Farmington, MN, removing buckthorn and other invasives, which are degrading trout and riparian forest habitat.  We will helped create better public access for our community.  Volunteers were […]

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