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Seedskadee Trout Unlimited, Chapter #533

Seedskadee Trout Unlimited, Chapter #533
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About Us

Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge (Seedskadee) is a 27,230 acre refuge that protects a mosaic of riparian, wetland and upland shrub habitats along 36 miles of the Green River between Fontenelle Reservoir and Flaming Gorge Reservoir. The 36 miles of the Green River are home to trophy rainbow, brown and cutthroat trout. Nearly the entire reach of the Green River from Fontenelle Reservoir to Flaming Gorge Reservoir is public land and accessible to the public. Seedskadee’s 36 miles of the river are some of the most popular fishing areas on this stretch of the Green River.
The Seedskadee Chapter of Trout Unlimited is a group of passionate anglers in Southwestern Wyoming. This group of men and women have put in countless hours to improve the Green River and other cold water fisheries in this area of Wyoming. The fisheries of this part of Wyoming would not be as good as they are now without the ongoing and past projects from this group.
To get involved with TU, please check out our Calendar of Events tab above. To become a TU member, visit this link: http://www.tu.org/get-involved/joining-trout-unlimited .

Highlights

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Take a Kid Fishing Day in Rock Springs
Take a Kid Fishing Day in Rock Springs
Hatching Box Installation on Big Sandy
Hatching Box Installation on Big Sandy
Hatching Box Removal after project completion
Habitat structure installed on Red Creek
Electro-shock sampling Red Creek with WGFD
Janae Neff is the project lead for the Red Creek Habitat Improvement Project. Here she is holding her first Colorado River cutthroat trout that she caught on Red Creek.
Implanting a transmitter into a brown trout for the Green River Adopt a Trout Program.
Presenting at a local classroom for the Adopt a Trout Program
We meet monthly to learn how to tie flies and catch up on fishing stories at our Lying and Tying gathering.
Our annual women's float trip on the Green River is always a fun time.
Electro-shock sampling the Hamp II Ditch. This led to Installing a Fish Screen on the ditch.
Creating pools to increase trout habitat.
Our women and guides gathered around in preparation for their float trip down the Green River through Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge.
Everyone excited to watch the Fly Fishing Film Tour at our annual fundraiser.

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