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Camp Alexander’s Lake Legacy Project

 CMCTU is working to help the Boy Scouts get their lake back....As it stood in 2011, the lake at Camp Alexander provided program opportunities for over 2,600 Scouts annually. The majority of Scouts use the lake during the summer for merit badge sessions and open boat opportunities. Merit badges that are earned during summer camp include: fishing, fly fishing, rowing, canoeing and kayaking. Scouts at Camp Alexander’s year-round program utilize the lake for activities that include boating, broom hockey, ice fishing, sled relays, and other winter activities.... Extreme drought conditions since 2011 have caused the lake to steadily dry... With the lake’s limited capacity in 2012 and complete closure for the 2013 and 2014 season, over 7,500 Scouts have already been adversely affected......

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2014 CMCTU Fall Raffle

WE HAVE A WINNER!!

 Congratulations to our CMCTU Grand raffle winner Mike Hicks , SGT US Army / Fort Carson with Richard Luce VP Development and 1SG Burney. SGT Hicks picking up his Citori White Lightning 20 gauge over & under shotgun. "Air Assault SGT Hicks , Hooah !

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Fish in a Net

Greenback Recovery Team Meeting, 13 November

On 13 November Allyn Kratz, Rick Luce and Bob Garrett from CMCTU partcipated in the Greenback Cutthroat Trout Recovery Team meeting at the USF&W offices in Denver. The Recovery Team is a multi-agency conservation effort and includes representatives from federal and state agencies. Voting members of the Recovery Team include one member from each of the following agencies: Colorado Parks and Wildlife, U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Additional partners include Colorado Trout Unlimited....

Turns out significant progress has been made to reintroduce the greenbacks across several sites in their native South Platte drainage....

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Cheyenne Mountain Chapter of Trout Unlimited

 

THE CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN CHAPTER OF TROUT UNLIMITED IS A NON PROFIT 501(C)(3) ORGANIZATION AND DONATIONS ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE.  WE ARE REGISTERED WITH THE IRS UNDER FEIN NUMBER 52-1765550.  

 

WE ARE COMMITTED TO CONSERVING, PROTECTING, AND RESTORING COLORADO’S COLD WATER FISHERIES AND THEIR WATERSHEDS