North Carolina Hatch Chart
Great chart for bugs on North Carolina waters.NC-Hatch-Chart
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Our Guiding Vision: Ensure that by the next generation, robust populations of native and wild cold-water fish once again thrive in the North Georgia and National ranges so future generations can enjoy healthy fisheries in their home waters.
Our Mission Is Simple: To conserve, protect and restore the cold water fisheries and their watersheds in the north Georgia area, while assisting the TU National organization to do the same at the national level.
Aside from fishing, our chapter stays busy with the work associated with achieving our Vision. Our projects and initiatives are wide ranging, and our accomplishments have been many. From regularly assisting various State and Federal agencies with stream improvement projects, to our own grant supported “Embrace A Stream” project on Cane Creek, to holding clinics and programs on basic through advanced fly fishing techniques, to educational partnerships with local high schools and universities, we have something for everyone.
Our chapter normally meets the first Tuesday of every month. Except for the summer months we typically meet at Camp Glisson in Dahlonega, GA. There are exceptions to meeting dates and locations. One example is our Christmas Party. Please check our Calendar to be sure of our meeting location and date. Monthly programs offer topics ranging from fly tying, exotic fishing destinations such as Alaska and the American West, to presentations by experts on entomology and stream health, and sometimes – show and tell time by the members themselves. In all cases, your knowledge will be enhanced, and your skill improved.
If all this sounds like our Chapter might be a good fit for you, please accept our invitation to visit. Come out and join the fun anytime you can!
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President – Gold Rush Chapter Of Trout Unlimited
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