Fully completed applications must be received by April 15, 2018. Applicants will be notified of acceptance by May 1, 2018. All camp correspondence will be sent via email. Please be sure to include a valid email address on your completed applications.
Twenty kids from around the state of Montana and beyond will spend July 15-19, 2018 learning about cold water conservation, fly fishing, fly tying, watershed management and coldwater fisheries at Camp Watanopa on the banks of Georgetown Lake. We’ll take field trips to local streams, visit a fish hatchery and check out a completed habitat restoration project. Montana TU provides all fishing equipment and classroom supplies during the 5-day, 4-night camp. Campers must be age 11-14 to be eligible for camp.
Each year, campers learn from TU volunteers and experts about water quality, trout habitat, insect life, fly casting, stream etiquette and more. This camp has a heavy educational emphasis. Applicants must be excited to learn about conservation and fisheries.
The fee is $400 to attend, which includes all meals, lodging & equipment use. Scholarships are offered by local chapters. Please inquire with your local chapter for an application if you are interested in receiving a scholarship. Georgetown Lake is located near Upper Rock Creek, Flint Creek, and between the towns of Philipsburg, and Anaconda, Montana.
If you have questions about Montana TU’s 2018 camp, contact Montana TU at 406-543-0054 or email@example.com