Inspiring and helping everyone to protect wild trout and their habitat

About the Wild Trout Trust

Wild trout are iconic indicators of the health of the river and its wildlife.
The Wild Trout Trust team are experts in river habitat. They spend over 1000 days a year on the river bank or in the river, giving practical advice and delivering habitat projects in partnership with landowners and many other organisations.

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With a focus on practical advice and project work, a small and expert team and very low overheads, we use our funds wisely to deliver real improvements to river habitat for the benefit of trout and all wildlife.
Become a member of WTT and you will be joining a like-minded group striving for wild trout conservation and keen on wild trout fishing. Members receive a copy of our excellent annual journal, Salmo trutta, information-packed newsletters and invitations to members-only trout and grayling fishing events on exclusive beats

    Did You Know...

    In lakes which are poor in nutrients with few plants or insects, such as some Scottish lochs, higher numbers of trout often (but not always) means a smaller average size & weight of trout. These lakes are called ‘oligotrophic’.

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    About Trout

    Our native trout, Salmo trutta, is a wonderfully diverse and adaptable species. Trout are a clear indicator of whether or not a river or lake is a healthy environment. If trout can thrive, then so will other wildlife. Learn all about trout and their relatives, grayling and arctic charr, by clicking the links below:

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    Martin Salter, Head of Policy at the Angling Trust, and (importantly) former MP for Reading West, has written this excellent blog post for RiverAction.  The title parodies Bill Clinton's famous phrase 'it's the economy, stupid' and is very...

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