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Grill to Save Bristol Bay

Savor Bristol Bay cedar grilling planks are now available for purchase from Fire & Flavor Grilling Co. All proceeds from cedar plank sales directly benefit the Save Bristol Bay campaign. Buy your cedar plank today.

Water & Wine

Not sure what wine to have with your wild salmon? Check out one of Trout Unlimited's Water & Wine partners and invest your dollars in a winery that's investing in the future of our wild salmon

WW Business Partners

Wondering where to go to dinner or where to buy some wild salmon? Check out our growing list of WhyWild Business Partners with businesses all over the country committed to sustainable wild salmon fisheries and doing their part to save wild salmon. View the list

Oregon Roadless Report


In Oregon, TU has promoted the vital link between Oregon's roadless lands and its native fish and wildlife. The bulk of Oregon's remaining healthy salmon, steelhead&trout depend on headwaters and tributaries found within federal roadless lands, which also support its longstanding fishing, hunting and outdoor recreation tradition.

Where the Wild Lands Are: OregonTrout Unlimited is encouraging anglers, hunters and others vested in preserving Oregon's outdoor recreation heritage to make their voices heard in protecting these and other remaining roadless lands. TU is building a base of support and providing information through the distribution of publications such as the "Where the Wildlands Are: Oregon" report, which shows clearly the correlation between Oregon’s remaining undeveloped federal roadless lands and its best remaining native coldwater fish populations and consequently the state’s best remaining opportunities for fishing, hunting, wildlife-watching and other outdoor recreation pursuits. The TU report highlights several critical areas that feature large reserves of roadless lands including Mt. Hood/Clackamas watershed, Steens Mountain, Hells Canyon/Eagle Cap Mountains, the Siskiyous and the John Day River Basin.

Contact Alan Moore for a hard copy.