Welcome to the Bucks County Chapter of Trout Unlimited.

While our main focus is conservation, most of us are dedicated fly fishers. We are an active network of sportsmen and women that are brought together by a common interest in helping to preserve and protect the coldwater resources of Bucks County.

We are proud of our many accomplishments. We have conservation work ongoing in several Bucks County watersheds, we sponsor "Trout in the Classroom" programs at a few area schools, we introduce kids to fly fishing and fly tying, and we have a very active program of presentations at our monthly chapter meetings. About Us

We meet the First Thursday of every month at 7:00PM at the Buckingham Township building at the intersection of routes 413 and 263. (Behind the PNC bank.). Click on any of the Upcoming Events below for program specifics and driving directions.

Recent News

Brook Trout return to Aquetong Creek!
posted on May 9, 2017

Since Solebury township removed the dam at Aquetong spring in 2015, the creek is again suitable to support trout. On April 29 2017, 12 chapter members, organized and led by Kevin Randall and Jeff Neamand caught 50 brook trout from two tributaries of the Lehigh River and successfully moved them to Aquetong Creek. These are the first brook trout to inhabit the creek since they were likely extirpated in the 19th century. (The dam was built in the 1870s and there were numerous mill dams before this that likely rendered the creek unsuitable for brook trout.) more...

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We invite you to become a member of Bucks County TU regardless of whether or not you fish. TU is a conservation organization first, and healthy streams benefit everyone, not just anglers.  Please join us to discuss conservation issues, plan work days on our home waters, organize fundraisers, tie flies, and share fishing stories.  READ MORE

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Our chapter enjoys the generous support of many local and national companies.  Please let them know you appreciate their continued interest in Coldwater Conservation by patronizing them.  And let them know you saw them here! READ MORE

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