WELCOME TO EJTU!
East Jersey Trout Unlimited (EJTU) is a community of more than 750 anglers in the greater northeastern New Jersey region who are dedicated to cold water conservation and the stewardship of our local watersheds. Our members work to protect, reconnect, restore and sustain trout habitat for anglers today and for the next generations of sportsmen and women who value the relationship between clean, healthy waterways and sustainable fishing.
As a grass-roots organization, EJTU is primarily engaged in a number of conservation initiatives and restoration projects on our local rivers. But our chapter is also involved in educational outreach and regular coordination with state and local authorities, as well as many other regional environmental organizations to assist in a wide range of conservation efforts.
Join us today! In addition to a commitment to conservation, our members also benefit from the company and friendship of like-minded anglers. Our chapter holds monthly meetings and hosts regular fishing trips and gatherings where novice and accomplished anglers alike come together to share their knowledge and learn best practices for fishing cold, clean and sustainable waters.
CHECK OUT THE LATEST EDITION OF RIFFLES!
OUR FIRST EVER CAST & BLAST - May 16 & 17!
JOIN US FOR OUR ANNUAL CHAPTER PICNIC IN THE CATSKILLS - May 30th!
RAMAPO RIVER DAY IS COMING - June 6th!
May Chapter Meeting, 5/13/15, 7:30pm
Speaker: Tom Gilmore will talk about great trout waters from Maine to Georgia and will introduce you to the “world-class” tailwaters located close to all of our major eastern cities from Maine to Georgia. Eastern anglers will be convinced that they don’t have to get on a plane to fly to the Rockies or even more exotic destinations to tackle trophy trout – this book and program will reveal where to find them practically in your own backyard.
The American Legion Hall
33 West Passaic Street
Rochelle Park, NJ 07662
4/16, 4/23, 4/30, 5/7, 5/14 and 5/21
Join EJTU members to assist in stocking the Ramapo River. We meet between 9:30 and 10:00AM at the bridge at Glen Gray Road on the Mahwah/Oakland border. Bring waders or hip boots and a 5 gallon bucket with lid if you have one.
Contact Rich Malizia at email@example.com for directions or questions.
The following events need two or three volunteers for casting, tying and promoting EJTU. Contact Rich Malizia at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up.