Trout Power's mission is to change the world by honoring
clean water not by its' clarity, but by the wild trout that live in it.
Trout Power P3 philosophy
Conservation through education and action In cooperation with NYS DEC, New York State Museum, and Cornell University. Trout Power’s Jordan P. Ross works year round collecting scientific data critical to achieving one of Trout Power’s goals.
Wild Trout thriving in the West Canada within twelve years. Wild Trout are a primary tourism trigger. Currently, the river is a stocked fishery only.
That’s good, but it’s not great. In addition, spawning trout is a clear indicator for a sustainable, flourishing ecosystem in the river. If we want to protect this amazing resource and leverage it responsibly for generations to come, Trout Power believes a wild trout population is key to achieving long-term prosperity for the West Canada and for all.
Brook Trout Protection in the Adirondacks: They were here when the glaciers receded, why shouldn't they be protected now? Wild brook trout are tenacious survivors and great indicators of clean water and a rebounding habitat. Our latest project is working with Great Camp Sagamore to protect the South Inlet from lost brook to Raquette lake.
Work together to make sure the world knows our great story Fish in the Trout Power tournament during the event weekend. Volunteer at one of the Trout Power events.
Own a business?
Adopt one of the Trout Power events already created, and make it your own!
If you’re not sure how to create something to attract customers that weekend, work with Trout Power to coordinate ideas and ways to drive business.
Trout Power promotes using social media, website, billboards, maps, flyers, signage, radio and television, and community newspapers. Take advantage of this collective effort and prosper!
When the trout prosper, we prosper.
Working with area Chambers, Villages, Tourism boards, local business owners, we all prosper when people come to our area to stay and play.
Great rivers like the Yellowstone, the Colorado, and rivers just to the east of us, the Delaware, the Farmington, the Hudson, thrive with fishermen and tourists alike.
Trout Power believes it requires the collaboration and cooperation of a shared vision and effort in order for us to shine a large enough spotlight on the importance of Wild Trout.
With growth and prosperity, the pride and promise to landowners and to the fish must be enforced: “Leave the river better than you found it.”