Good Work for Trout!Volunteers Needed for Summer Conservation Projects. The Backcountry Limnology Project A cooperative venture between the National
An objective of our Chapter is to be more integrated with our local communities, i.e., Arvada, Golden, Idaho Springs, Lakewood,
The West Denver Chapter, Trout Unlimited (WDTU) welcomes you. WDTU works tirelessly to conserve coldwater fisheries. Our members avidly fish Colorado’s bountiful lakes, streams, and rivers. We work with communities to protect what we cherish.
We understand that coldwater fisheries are vital to a healthy environment and offer priceless recreational opportunities. For everyone’s well-being, we conserve and restore these waters.
We love to fish. Our monthly meetings include a Fly Tying Corner where members learn new patterns for their fishing adventures. Speaker presentations may discuss fishing area rivers, new nymphing techniques, or conservation challenges facing Colorado anglers. Member camaraderie builds through fishing trips, volunteer activities, and chapter picnics.
We are dedicated to coldwater fisheries conservation and community outreach. Our membership supports local stream cleanups and restoration, water quality monitoring on Clear Creek, youth programs, fundraisers, and more.
We are in great company. West Denver Chapter, Trout Unlimited (WDTU) was founded in Colorado in 1974, and now has 1,100+ members across western metro Denver. Colorado Trout Unlimited (CTU) has existed at the state level since 1969, and National Trout Unlimited (NTU) originally formed in Michigan in 1959. TU members’ voices are heard locally, state-wide, and nationally.