30% off Sale at Barron's

 Barron's currently has a 30% off sale on all of their Hardy / Greys rods and reels. This is a sweet deal and will last until all inventory is gone. Stop in ASAP if your looking for new gear.


Monthly Meeting:  November 11th, TUESDAY 6pm

Our Speaker for November will be Karl Ekberg of Chattooga River Fly Shop. Karl's presentation will be on fishing the Chattooga and Chauga rivers located in upstate South Carolina.

The Chattooga River Fly Shop is always a prioity on chapter outings to the Chattooga and the fly's recommended by Karl have added many trout to the nets or our attendees. Our chapter will once again pay a visit to CRFS in February of 2015.





Check out the new Saluda River TU Meetup.com page. Sign up for an account (free) and you will be able to participate in the discussion forum or RSVP to events. We will be keeping a detailed schedule of events there and coordinating outings and trips.


Watauga River Lodge *Premium Trip*

October 26-30th, 2014 (Sunday-Thursday)

Our last WRL trip was in June of 2009. Based upon our past experience, it is definitely time to return. SRTU has negotiated a group trip opportunity with a stay at the Watauga River Lodge. With lots of fishing opportunities in the area, it could be that each day represents a different float trip for a different river. In 09, our guided fishing consisted of two days for trout and one day for smallmouth bass. Quite simply, this is guided fishing and lodging at its best.
More info here


Saluda River Streamflow

Please check the Saluda river streamflow before you head out to the river. This guide shows you how .

As of 12/27/2013 we still have very high flows in the Saluda. We have not had wadable days since mid October.


2014 Parking Passes

2014 Parking Passes will be sold starting at the monthly meeting. The cost of an annual pass will be $20 this year. Please review the parking pass policy before purchasing the pass.


Lower Saluda River Trout Study!

How to Report a Tagged Trout?

Anglers have many options to return tag information to SCDNR, whether you keep the fish or release it. At several locations along the Lower Saluda River you will find black tag return drop boxes. At each tag return drop box are pre-addressed tag return envelops. Please place the clipped tag in the envelop, complete all necessary information on the outside of the envelop, and return it to SCDNR via the drop box or US Postal Service. If you are not near a box, you can download the Trout Study Data Sheet on the DNR website (http://www.dnr.sc.gov/troutstudy/report.html) and mail it with the fish tag to SCDNR at:

South Carolina Department of Natural Resources
Attn: Ron Ahle, Region 3 Fisheries Biologist
2726 Fish Hatchery Road
West Columbia, SC 29172

Plan on releasing your fish?

If you plan to practice catch and release fishing, tag information can still be returned to SCDNR in the same manner as above simply by (1) clipping the tag before releasing the fish or (2) recording the tag number and releasing fish with tag intact. Be sure that you never rip a tag from a fish to be released, as this will likely cause damage to the fish that could result in unnecessary fishing mortality.

If you have any questions about reporting a tag, please call Region 3 Fisheries at


!!!Please leave the tag on the fish if at all possible and simply record the Data. This will allow information to be gathered and recorded on a single fish multiplie times. Thanks!!!

!!!!!Trout Study Video!!!!



Free Introductory Membership for Women!


That's why Trout Unlimited is offering a free introductory membership for female anglers. Sign up today.

For the next year, you'll receive all the benefits of a paid membership:


  • 1-year subscription to TROUT magazine
  • 16-month TU calendar (mailed in the fall)
  • official TU membership card
  • car rental & hotel discounts
  • TU decal
  • Local chapter membership

And another, less tangible benefit as well: the pleasure of knowing you're part of a growing community of women who enjoy angling and want to keep America's rivers cold, clean and fishable.

Together, we can make our trout and salmon fisheries healthier, for us and the next generation. Join us in this important work.

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