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, the Chapter has dedicated more than 45 years to cold water conservation. From our humble beginnings of 29 members we have grown to more than 300.
This page was last updated: August 24, 2015
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 1 - 6:30 -Board of Directors Meeting-6:30 Kelsey's
September 10 - Chapter Meeting - 6:45 Pardee Health Education Center, Blue Ridge Mall - Damon Hearne, S.E. Conservation Coordinator for TU, will provide an update on the Fish Passage Project and share a video or two on brook trout behavior.
Please note: The annual election of Chapter officers and directors till be held. Among candidates for board positions are the following:
Mike Mihalas, President
Sara Jarome, Treasurer
Dick Vanek, Director
Bruce Jones, Director
Come out and vote!
Whirling Disease Found in Wautauga River Rainbows
1 Clean, Inspect and dry all your fishing gear.
2. Do not move fish from one drainage to another (This act is illegal)
3. Do not dispose of fish parts (High risk of moving WD spores), plants or water between drainages. This will reduce the risk of spreading WD and other aquatic invasive species and aquatic diseases.
Do your part, clean and dry your gear and do not move fish, fish parts, plants and water from one drainage to another.