Trout Unlimited (TU) by the numbers is one of, if not the, largest non-profit organization working in the fly fishing world to protect our coldwater fisheries from coast to coast, and bond together groups of anglers. Facing new challenges every year, the organization has been hard at work over the past calendar year with countless “boots in the water” and dress shoes in the halls of the US government, to ensure a future for our precious waterways.

2019 by the numbers: 

Volunteer Hours: 737,000 Hours

Acres Protected: 523,127 Acres

River Miles Protected: 1,142 Miles

Miles of Streams Reconnected: 418 Miles

Miles of Streams Restored: 508 Miles

Youth Education Programs: 1,668

Veterans Events: 700

To read more of the 2019 TU Progress Report, click here!

If you haven’t had the chance to get involved with Trout Unlimited yet and live near a trout stream, what are you waiting for? Getting involved is the best way to connect with fellow conservationists and passionate anglers, while simultaneously working together to improve your local fishery! Join now, at TU.org!

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