Monadnock Chapter of Trout Unlimited

Fly Tying is directly related to the education mission of the Monadnock Chapter of Trout Unlimited in southwestern New Hampshire.

  • We use fly tying to teach people about natural resources, entomology, and of course how trout relate to their primary food source.
  • We use fly tying as a social event, as a way to connect with youngsters and adults alike.
  • Most of all, we do it because it's fun as you can see in our ongoing projects and events.

Meeting Notice

Please note - there are NO monthly meetings in  June, July or August. We'll return in September with monthly meetings. There may be a field fishing meeting and you'll hear about that here first!

So, get out and fish!!

On a different note - I was able to donate items, fly tying materials etc. to Project Healing Waters. They work with disabled veterans to get them fly fishing. Check out their website here  Project Healing Waters  If you have items that you think they could use contact me, Mike Elkavitch here - Mike's email and I'll get the donations to them. A very worthy organization!!


On The Fly, an art exhibition celebrating the art of fly fishing

Thu. 04/11/19 5:00pm to Fri. 05/17/19 5:00pm

On The Fly, an art exhibition celebrating the art of fly fishing

Across Roads Center For The Arts, Waterbury’s own community arts center, is pleased to announce “On The Fly,” a visual arts exhibition celebrating the art of northeast fly fishing, April 11-May 17, at the Grange Hall Cultural Center, in Waterbury Center. Curated by Clark Amadon and Monica Callan, the exhibition features artwork by regional artists: Larry Antonuk, Samantha Aronson, Jeb Bouchard, Kristian Brevik, Kurt Budliger, Nancy Daigle, Marnie DeFreest, Matt Hart, Janice Kenyon, Judd Levine, Rachel Laudon, Nick Mayer, Shannon Morrison, Tisa Rennau, John Snell, Lisa Therrien, Tyler Venditouli, and Susan Winter.

Veiwing hours are most weekday evenings through the exhibit or by chance. Contact us ahead of your visit to confirm availability or to make an appointment. Holidays in April will generally be observed.

Use the link below for more information




Wild New Hampshire Day

Sat. 04/20/19 10:00am to 3:00pm

Saturday, April 20, 10 am - 3 pm is the time for WILD New Hampshhire Day! This will be at the NH F&G Headquarters in Concord. Free admission! The fun family day features live animals, big fish, hands-on activities and exhibits by outdoor and environmental groups. For more information go to

Wild NH Day