The Trout Club of The Cleveland Museum of Natural History was founded in 1978. The group's mission is to promote public knowledge of coldwater fisheries and habitats, conservation and stream ecology. Monthly dinner meetings are held from October through May and feature nationally known speakers. The Trout Club also sponsors classes and activities related to fly fishing and outings to prime angling streams throughout the year.
The Trout Club meets on the third Wednesday of each month from October through April. The meetings begin at 6 pm with a cocktail hour, followed by a speaker presentation and dinner.
News and Events
Check out the latest edition of The Angler's Creel to stay informed about upcoming Trout Club events and activities.
Fly Fishing Film Tour 2015
Friday, March 6; 5 to 9 pm
$15 advance; $20 day of
Take a break from the winter doldrums and view a series of inspirational short films produced by F3T on the sport of fly-fishing. Tickets include a cocktail reception with appetizers and a cash bar, as well as a raffle ticket to win equipment from sponsors.
Tickets are available at the Orvis Store, Backpackers Shop, Chagrin River Outfitters and thef3t.com
Save the Date!
Saturday, April 25, 2015
36th Annual Banquet and Auction
The Trout Club's spring banquet is an annual highlight. Proceeds from this popular event fund the group's support of various conservation and environmental programs related to coldwater fisheries. For information and reservations contact Karen Menn at (216) 231-4600
, ext. 3278 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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to download the 2014 Banquet Program and Auction items.