Fishing Clubs at CSU

Rachel Rasmussen

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By Laura Studley

Fly Fishing Club

Formed in 2016, the Fly Fishing Club is a way for Colorado State University students to learn more about aquatic conservation while fishing in the great outdoors. This club is a chapter of the 5 Rivers Trout Unlimited program. The TU program organizes campus clubs that teach students about fly casting and fly tying. It also provides volunteer stream conservation activities on the members’ home waters. Meetings for this club happen every other Tuesday in Wagar 232 at 6 p.m.



September 13-15: Walden

September 27-29: Women’s Alpine Fishing Trip (Rawah or Wind River Range)

September 27-29: Men’s Fishing Trip

October 4-6: Women’s/Men’s Fishing Trips

October 11-13: Gunnison Kokanee Salmon

October 19: Beginner Angler Trip

October 25-27: Experienced Angler Trip


September 24: Casting Clinic


October 10: Fly Tying Night

October 11: Kids Fishing Derby

Bass Fishing Club

The Bass Team provides opportunities to compete in both local Colorado and Fishing League Worldwide National Guard College Fishing tournaments. The team’s goals are to develop the needed skills and knowledge to become successful anglers. Committed to both conservation and sportsmanship, the team works with community service events that help benefit Colorado waterways.