Delayed Harvest Trout Stockings
Our chapter assists the NCWRC with stocking trout in the Green River and the Little River for the Delayed Harvest season. It’s a great chance to go outdoors, take in some fresh air, get to know the river a little better and have a whole lot of fun with other members.
Visit the Delayed Harvest Fish Stocking page for more details and sign up to help!
Adopt-A-Highway Cleanup Day
The Pisgah Chapter of TU has adopted about 3 miles of Hwy 276, stretching from the hatchery entrance back east to Avery Creek road. We divide into two-man teams, and cleanup takes about two hours. Trash bags and pickup tools are provided. Bring your own gloves, a comfortable pair of walking shoes and help keep our stretch of the highway along the Davidson River beautiful!
Learn more and sign up to help at the Adopt-A-Highway page.
Trout Unlimited is a coldwater conservation organization. It always has been.
Since 1969, the Pisgah Chapter has been focused on endeavors to conserve, protect and restore coldwater fisheries and their watersheds in our area, and has been quite successful on many fronts.
I invite you to join us in our mission.Sara Jerome
Pisgah TU Member Trip to New Mexico
The Pisgah TU Chapter is sponsoring another trip to the San Juan River in New Mexico. Folks from our Chapter have gone on trips to this river for the past eight or ten years and anyone who has done the trip will tell you it is OUTSTANDING.
Lots of big fish and great accommodations at the Soaring Eagle Lodge. The current trip is scheduled for May 6-12, 2018. Fishing is with a guide, wading or in drift boats. Cost is about $2,000 for five days of guided fishing and six days stay at the lodge including gourmet meals. Airfare and guide tips are extra.
We have space for ten folks and several who went last year have already signed up to go again.
Get More Information
Use the form below to request more information about the trip. You can also visit the Soaring Eagle Lodge website or talk to Skip Sheldon or Carole Deddy.