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Region 4

This Region comprises the metropolitan area surrounding Albany, the capital of the state of New York, and neighboring cities such as Troy, Schenectady, and Saratoga Springs. The Hudson River has its headwaters in the Adirondack Mountains and flows into the Atlantic Ocean 315 miles south of New York City. The River and its tributaries have been important to New York and American history for centuries. 

Clearwater - Chapter #029

The Battenkill, the Kayderosseras, the Onesthequaw-Coeymans, Catskill Creek, White Creek, Dwaas Kill, Indian Kill, Schoharie Creek, Patroon Creek and other waterways are watched over by the Clearwater Chapter. For more information, please visit the Chapter's website

Columbia-Greene RVW - Chapter #569

Located south of Albany near Tivoli, New York, this chapter has access to a wide-range of coldwater streams and a vibrant fly fishing community. For more information, please visit the Chapter's website

Dave Brandt - Chapter #210

This Chapter is named after one of the original Executive Committee members of the New York State Council of TU. The Chapter covers much of the Southern Tier and western Catskills. Some of the works that keep Dave Brandt busy are Trout in the Classroom and a great partnership with Casting for Recovery. To contact the Chapter, please visit




Home Waters - Chapter #586

This Chapter in the western Finger Lakes area stays busy with improvement projects and an excellent Veterans Program. For more information, please visit the Chapter's website


Upper Delaware - Chapter #611

Located near one of New York State's and America's wild trout rivers with unbelievable mayfly hatches, this Chapter is dedicated to preserving the cold water fisheries through education, undertaking local conservation projects, and grassroots action. Please contact the Chapter using this link