WELCOME TO EJTU!
East Jersey Trout Unlimited (EJTU) is a community of more than 750 anglers in the greater northeastern New Jersey region who are dedicated to cold water conservation and the stewardship of our local watersheds. Our members work to protect, reconnect, restore and sustain trout habitat for anglers today and for the next generations of sportsmen and women who value the relationship between clean, healthy waterways and sustainable fishing.
As a grass-roots organization, EJTU is primarily engaged in a number of conservation initiatives and restoration projects on our local rivers. But our chapter is also involved in educational outreach and regular coordination with state and local authorities, as well as many other regional environmental organizations to assist in a wide range of conservation efforts.
Join us today! In addition to a commitment to conservation, our members also benefit from the company and friendship of like-minded anglers. Our chapter holds monthly meetings and hosts regular fishing trips and gatherings where novice and accomplished anglers alike come together to share their knowledge and learn best practices for fishing cold, clean and sustainable waters.
CHECK OUT THE LATEST EDITION OF RIFFLES!
Wayne Fly Tying Classes begin on February 9, 2016!
Our monthly Chapter Meeting is February 10, 2016 at 7:30. Chris Clackner will be presenting on fly fishing in Alaska!
We will be a chapter fishing trip to the Pequest (with maybe a jaunt to the Musky) on Saturday, February 20th. Meet up at the NJ hatchery parking lot at 9:00AM. The lot is located off of Route 46. Contact Chris Henrickson for more details.
Start tying now for your submission to the 2016 Frank Hall Memorial Fly Tying Contest! Submissions are due February 29, 2016, so get tying!
Sign up for the Paramus Fly Fishing Class starting March 29, 2016.
TU National has issued its first ever State of the Trout report. Here's a short introductory video: