Who We Are and What we Do!!
The Oak Brook Chapter of Trout Unlimited was formed
in 1973 in order to allow TU members in suburban
Chicago to join together and promote Trout Unlimited's
mission to conserve, protect and restore coldwater
resources. Oak Brook Chapter serves TU members in
south & western suburbs of Chicago and much of Cook
Du Page, Kane, Will, Kendall, LaSalle, and Kankakee
Oak Brook Chapter TU regularly takes part in
conservation projects – on the ground, or in the water
– in cooperation with other Midwest TU chapters to
stabilize or protect trout habitat in Wisconsin, Michigan,
and Iowa. We are very proud of our developing Youth
Education program, which includes Boy Scout Fly
Fishing Merit Badge classes, participation in the Illinois
Council TU Youth Conservation & Fly Fishing School,
and Trout In The Classroom.
WHERE WE MEET
Chapter meetings are at 7:00 PM on the 3rd Wednesday of every
month at the Oak Brook Recreation center, Central Park West building near 31st
Street and Jorie Blvd. In Oak Brook, Illinois. Every meeting
features a speaker or presentation on topics ranging from issues
confronting the trout waters here in the Midwest, to local fishing
opportunities and techniques. You can take a video out from the
chapter library, and meet other folks like you – anglers concerned
for the well being of trout and salmon in the Midwest.
Check our schedule of upcoming events. Come on out and join us
at a meeting or conservation event.
The Coldwater Disaster - Ron Barch and John McKenzie
OBTU Directors Call
November 18, Wednesday
The Coldwater River Disaster
7PM to 9PM
Oak Brook Recreation Center
December 9, Wednesday
Annual Holiday Party and Rod Raffle Drawing
7PM to 9PM
D.O.C. Wine Bar in Yorktown Center
Metal Sign Sale
CELEBRATING 40 YEARS OF CONSERVATION AND EDUCATION!
© Copyright 2012 Oakbrook Trout Unlimited