Dedicated To Preserving Coldwater Fisheries
The Pisgah Chapter of Trout Unlimited is nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains in Hendersonville, NC, and serves Henderson, Transylvania and Polk Counties. Chartered in 1969, we have dedicated more than dedicated 40 years to cold water conservation. From our humble beginnings of 29 members we have grown to almost 300.
This page was last updated: September 4, 2014
Conserve, protect and restore coldwater fisheries and their watersheds in the Western North Carolina region.
Pursue a future where healthy populations of native and wild coldwater fish thrive in the Western North Carolina region for following generations to enjoy.
What's Goin' On?
September 2- Board of Directors Meeting-6:30 Kelsey's
September 11 - Chapter Meeting - 6:45 - Frank Holleman, President of Naturaland Trust, will describe the work of Naturaland to protect the South Saluda River along Highway 11, to improve its trout habitat, and to make it available to anglers. The South Saluda is now the most accessible trout water in South Carolina. He will also discuss Naturaland Trust’s work to protect the Little Eastatoee Creek, a trout stream that flows under Highway 11 into Lake Keowee in Pickens County.