One of Minnesota Trout Unlimited’s main goals in connecting the community through a variety of outreach programs. Whether through formal education of hundreds of students with the Trout in the Classroom program, or Trout on Tap, casual monthly gatherings centered around beer, MNTU strives to connect Minnesotans with their resources.  Check out the links below to find out more about the varied outreach efforts across the state.

Great Waters Fly Fishing Expo – MNTU operates the largest fly fishing expo in the region with the goals of bringing the community together, creating resource advocates and providing educational programs on fly fishing. Learn more.

Trout in the Classroom – TIC is a program that brings trout rearing to classrooms across Minnesota. Students learn trout biology, stream ecology, fishing skills and more while they raise trout from eggs to fingerlings and then release in local streams. Learn more.

Trout on Tap – Trout on Tap is a great way to get out, meet new people and talk trout while sampling the products of local breweries in the Twin Cities and around MN. Learn more.

T.U.N.E. Camp – T.U.N.E. Camp is a cooperative project led by Pheasants Forever that offers children a chance to learn about ecology, fly fishing, shooting sports, land ethics and more. TU provides volunteers and equipment for this overnight camp.  Learn more.

Mentorship Program – This program is intended to be a simple person-to-person network, directly connecting youth to mentors.  Mentors and mentees can arrange their own location, dates and times throughout the fishing season.  Learn more.