Women Join Free
For a limited time, women join Trout Unlimited as an introductory membership level for free! CLICK HERE to quickly and easily sign up. If you are a woman and you enjoy fishing or even if you have an interest in conservation of our headwater streams in West Virginia, why not join?
Also for a limited time, women can renew at HALF PRICE! That's right, just $17.50 renewals for women. CLICK HERE
Join WVCTU Today!
Join a West Virginia Trout Unlimited chapter today!
By joining now and entering your local chapter's code number from the list at right, you will have begun supporting your local chapter before you even log off the computer. Membership dollars are utilized in many ways and TU leadership works very hard to stretch every dollar for the maximum benefit for the trout of West Virginia.
In addition to the knowledge that you are doing your part to support the resource that we all enjoy, you will also receive the following membership benefits:
Stream Explorer's Youth Membership
_Trout Unlimited’s Stream Explorers are a special group of kids who care about trout and streams. As a Stream Explorer, you get a subscription to Stream Explorers magazine, an awesome TU calendar every year, and this cool website to enjoy! To join, click here and ask an adult family member to help you. If you’re already a member,contact us to tell us what you like about being a Stream Explorer, or give us suggestions for how we can make your membership even better! You can even see a brochure (pdf) that tells you all about Stream Explorers membership!
Tell us what you think. What would you like to do as a Stream Explorer? Let us know today.
WVCTU Chapter Codes
Local chapters are the backbone of Trout Unlimited. When you navigate to the TU National website to join, please enter the appropriate code below for the chapter nearest you (or one you wish to join):
Above: West Virginia trout enthusiasts gather each June to assist the WVDNR in the annual "Bucket Brigade". Volunteers form a long line through the woods and pass tons of limestone sand to each other one bucket at a time. When the buckets reach the end of the line they are dumped into an ephemeral feeder ditch that takes the sand into the Middle Fork of Williams watershed during high water events. This activity is helping to bring native brook trout back into this formerly dead stream due to acid rain.