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eDNA Trout Tracking Featured at November 17 BRTU Meeting Kellie Carim, PhD, a scientist at National Genomics Center for Wildlife and Fish Conservation will present the program at our next BRTU meeting, titled “eDNA: tracking trout with DNA and modern … Continue reading
The list of programs for BRTU’s 2016-2017 has been finalized. The meetings are the 3rd Thursday of the month through April, 2017, excluding December 2016. All meetings start at 7:00 pm Hamilton Elks Club, 203 State St in Hamilton. The … Continue reading
Holy Cutthroat! The number of inquiries I have had about the upcoming meeting about Kelly Creek, The St Joe and the North Fork of the Clearwater is nothing short of amazing. I am guessing this will be on the best … Continue reading
“Whiskey’s for drinkin’, water’s for fightin!” So for our St Paddy’s Day program we have a scheduled a program about water in the Bitterroot. The meeting will start at 7:00 pm on Thursday, March 17 at the Hamilton Elks Lodge at 203 … Continue reading
The February 18, 2016 meeting of Bitterroot Trout Unlimited will feature Tom Parker, GEUM Environmental Consultants, presenting a program on the Kootenai River White Sturgeon. The Kootenai River White Sturgeon is one of Montana’s most ancient native fish. Isolated for … Continue reading
A reminder about the January 21 meeting of Bitterroot Trout Unlimited that will feature Zack Porter from the Montana Wilderness Association. The critical role of wild lands in Montana’s trout fisheries is inescapable, and nowhere is that more apparent than … Continue reading
MFWP legend Mike Gurnett at October 15 BRTU Meeting! The October 15 BRTU general meeting will feature Mike Gurnett showing the documentary Full Circle and some other treasures from the MFWP vaults. The meeting will start at 7:00 pm at … Continue reading
The public is welcome to attend all Bitterroot TU meetings. Unless noted, meetings are the third Thursday evening of the month, at 7:00 PM at the Hamilton Elks Club, located at 203 State St in Hamilton. A tentative schedule (subject … Continue reading
BRTU to sponsor July 16meeting on fisheries and water management strategies. The public meeting will be at 7:00 pm on Thursday, July 16 at the Hamilton Elks Club at 203 State St in Hamilton. In stressful years like this, we … Continue reading
April 16, BRTU presents the former Executive Director of Warriors and Quiet Waters Seth Jordan will give a presentation entitled “Building resilience and hope for wounded US veterans through trout fishing. Warriors and Quiet Waters Foundation, located in Bozeman, has … Continue reading