About us:

Welcome to the Alpine Anglers website! We are the Trout Unlimited chapter located in Estes Park, Colorado, the gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park. Trout Unlimited is a national organization committed to conserving, protecting and restoring North America's trout and salmon fisheries and their watersheds.


What we do:

Alpine Anglers supports the native cutthroat trout recovery program in Rocky Mountain National Park. With our friends and fellow TU members, we provide more than 1200 hours of volunteer effort each year. In 2008, the Mountain-Prairie Region of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service presented Alpine Anglers a Regional Director's Award for conservation in recognition of our support of the greenback cutthroat recovery program.


We also hold learn-to-fly fish days for young people in Estes Park. We clean up the Big Thompson River. We assist with post-flood restoration efforts. We meet and learn about new places and new ways to fish. We get together to socialize and have fun. And we occasionally travel and fish together. Check out our activity calendar to see what we're doing this year.



President:                     Lynn Myers

Membership:                Danny Meade

Communications:         Dwight Strandberg


You can reach us through our chapter email: AlpineAnglers.TU@gmail.com


And if you're a member, we'll contact you via email. So make sure TU has your current email address.



We're gratefully accepting donations in honor of Berle Larned.