A Community Of Anglers With A Passion For Conservation The Mianus Chapter of Trout Unlimited is a community of more than 600 anglers in lower Fairfield County who share a passion for fishing and conservation. As an all-volunteer, grassroots conservation organization, the chapter works to conserve and restore our local rivers and streams, educate our youth about the importance of cold, clean water and raise awareness in the community about the need for healthy, ecologically vibrant watersheds. Learn more about us...
Wet Flies 101 - Tuesday, March 11
Wet flies have been taking trout for centuries — and the fish aren’t getting any smarter. More and more anglers are discovering that a wet fly is often the best way to match a hatch.
Explore the wonders of the wet fly as we cover basics like wet fly types, leader construction, where to fish wet flies, and how to fish them.
Chapter meetings are free and open to the public. Doors open at 7 p.m.
Local River Restoration Projects Since 1973, the Mianus Chapter has been restoring local rivers and improving habitat for trout and other aquatic life.
In recent years, work has focused on the Norwalk River, where the chapter has protected a spawning wild brown trout population, and on the Mianus River, where work on our namesake stream continues to enhance the fishing and improve the river.
Mianus Chapter Gear Fish the local rivers in style and proclaim your support for local river restoration with new Mianus Chapter gear.
Fishing caps available in Navy, Green, Khaki, Black and Red feature the chapter logo on the front and the words "Coldwater Conservation" on the back. Light-weight fishing shirts, available in White, Light Blue and Green, are perfect for a day on the stream.