Clean & Cast Program
Native Yellowstone Cutthroat
The Clean & Cast Program was started because of the growing need to keep Utah’s waters pristine and wild. Over the past few years fishing (especially fly fishing) has grown in popularity, with this added pressure to our waters comes a greater human impact. One of the biggest impacts has been the amount of garbage that careless individuals leave behind littering our waters.
SLTrib Article on River Trash: http://www.sltrib.com/opinion/ci_14875231
THIS CAN AND WILL BE FIXED!
The Clean & Cast Program brings thoughtful fly fishermen together to help clean up our waters as well as fish them. It works like this. UFFC members organized a time and place to meet together to spend a day of cleaning up one of Utah waters, after they have cleaned up the area they spend the remainder of the day enjoying and fly fishing the now beautiful water. This is only a small way of giving back to nature all that she gives to us. So come to our next Clean & Cast outing, because together we can make a difference.
2012 Clean & Cast Calender
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You Can Make A Difference: Every time you go out take a garbage bag, small sack, or fill your net full of trash. As a group we can all make a difference.
2010 Cleaned River Sections List by UFFC Members:
Middle Provo River-April-http://utahflyfishingclub.com/?p=440
Otter Creek & Surrounding Waters April
Lower Provo-Olmstead Area April
Unitah Basin Area- April
Lower Provo- Dam to Tunnel May http://utahflyfishingclub.com/?p=496
Weber River- May
Lower Provo-Tunnel to Olmstead Dam June http://utahflyfishingclub.com/?p=538
Fish Lake Area Streams- June
Similar to an adopt a highway program, an Adopt-A-Water Program is where individuals can voulunteer to be a steward over a section of one of Utah’s waters, keeping them clean and beautiful.
If you have a water you would like to adopt, please let Travis know to get your name on the list.
Waters that need our help now:
- Weber River
- Lower Provo River
- Middle ProvoRiver
- Stawberry Res
- and many more
Help Keep Our Waters Pristine, Catch A Limit Of Trash Everytime Out