The Sagebrush Chapter of Trout Unlimited is the official northern Nevada affiliate of Trout Unlimited, America’s leading coldwater conservation advocacy.
From local on-the-ground habitat protection to involvement at the highest levels of government, TU uses science as its key weapon in the fight to conserve, protect, restore & reconnect North America’s trout and salmon fisheries and their watersheds.
To protect, reconnect, restore & sustain all cold water fisheries, and their watersheds, in Northern Nevada & the eastern Sierra Nevada.
We hope you can join us in achieving these goals.
Please feel free to attend our bi-monthly membership meetings listed on our "Meetings & Events" page. Looking forward to seeing you there.
The Sagebrush Chapter of Trout Unlimited can be contacted at the following address:
Sagebrush #607 Trout Unlimited
3983 S. McCarran Blvd. #274
Reno, NV 89502-7510
I fish because I love to: because I love the environs where trout are found, which are invariably beautiful, and hate the environs where crowds of people are found, which are invariably ugly; because of all the the television commercials, cocktail parties, and assorted social posturing I thus escape; because, in a world where most men seem to spend their lives doing things they hate, my fishing is at once and endless source of delight and an act of small rebellion; because trout do not lie or cheat and cannot be bought or bribed or impressed by power, but respond only to quietude and humility and endless patience; because I suspect that men are going along this way for the last time, and I for one don't want to waste the trip; because mercifully there are no telephones on trout water; because only in the woods can I find solitude without loneliness; because bourbon out of an old tin can always tastes better out there; because maybe one day I will catch a mermaid; and, finally, not because I regard fishing as being so terribly important but because I suspect that so many of the other concerns of men are equally unimportant - and not nearly so much fun.
From Anatomy of A Fisherman - by Robert Traver (1964)