Please find the 2019 Spring Susquehanna Chapter of Trout Unlimited Sales Catalog below. The sale of donated items are the Chapter’s primary way of raising funds for Chapter activities.
We want to thank everyone who has donated items to us, whether 1 item or an entire collection, it is all appreciated and will be used to generate funds or to use in one of our many programs.
Although this catalog is only the beginning, there are many more items that have not yet been cataloged. We have a large quantity of feathers, furs, hairs, collectible books, rods and reels (both spinning and fly), vests, and other miscellaneous items. If you have a particular need for something, let us know and we will let you know if we have that item.
We will be updating our catalog regularly and will be adding more items with each issue. The next catalog will be late fall / early winter.
Thank you for your support.
Here is a great opportunity to introduce a child to fishing
For just the third time this decade, Pennsylvania is proposing to formally upgrade a package of 41 Class A streams to “High Quality,” or HQ, which ensures they receive special water quality protections. This is the culmination of a long process. Step 1 is electrofishing streams in search of naturally reproducing trout. Step 2 is pushing for PFBC to list them as wild trout streams; we do this advocacy each quarter. This is Step 3, formal listing as HQ in PA’s regulations.
TU has pushed for these upgrades for several years now, and we want to demonstrate our support by submitting comments in favor. Please go to an Action Alert (https://www.tu.org/conservation/action-center/?vvsrc=%2Fcampaigns%2F65624%2Frespond) page for more information and to submit comments. The deadline is May 7.
Statewide Trout Season starts tomorrow morning and the Susquehanna Chapter of Trout Unlimited wants to wish everyone the best of luck. Please enjoy the streams and everything that Mother Nature has to offer and let us know how you did with pictures and stories. There have been some beautiful trout stocked throughout the state and there are always the natives that provide a challenge. Good Luck to everyone!!
The above brook trout picture was caught on Boulder Mountain in Southern Utah. The picture was taken by Jason Morrison and was featured in the 2014 Trout Unlimited Calendar for the month of April.