September 4, 2014
Environmentalists and anglers who want to keep the Lopatcong Creek pristine will don their work clothes and gather their garbage bags for a cleanup Saturday.
The Lopatcong Creek Initiative and the Ridge... [ READ MORE... ]
Details are being worked out by the chapter board, but we have a "go" from our landowners to hold our first pig roast on the banks of the Musconetcong River on Saturday, September 20th. We will send a chapter email soon with additional details on times, RSVP, costs (currently estimated at $20/... [ READ MORE... ]
Join Ridge & Valley TU chapter members and our new partners at the NJ Highlands Coalition to help cleanup the lower Lopatcong Creek in Lopatcong Township and Phillipsburg at 9 am - noon on Saturday, September 6th. Details will be coming soon on meeting locations, but all you need are old... [ READ MORE... ]
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Thanks to all the Ridge & Valley volunteers who came out on a beautiful Saturday morning to help clean up Roaring Rock Brook Park in Washington Township (Warren County). This park contains a section of a wild trout stream and the paths in the park as well as the road along it see their share... [ READ MORE... ]
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“Fishing Dry Flies and Emergers”
Matt Grobert covers the relationship between the angler and the trout, reading rise forms, tactics for fishing dries and emergers in different situations and hatches (caddis vs. mayfly), and the flies he use for both mayflies and emergers.
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Join chapter members on a fishing trip to the new No-Kill stretch of the Flat Brook River in Sussex County for a day on the water with friends both new and old. Please email chapter President Freddy DeLeon if you are interested in joining us at:
Fredy De Leon (firstname.lastname@example.org)
This blog post on the benefits to trout from river restoration appeared on the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation site and was written by TU's Brian Cowden
RVTU 2014 Winter Newsletter.pdf