Support the chapter and take a chance on winning one of the amazing new Orvis Superfine Fiberglass fly rods. Tickets are $3 each or 4 for $10 and the winner gets to choose either the 8' 5 weight, 7'6" 4 weight or the 7' 3 weight.
Curious about fiberglass rods? Here's a link to an informative... [ READ MORE... ]
June Fishing Dayz Report - We had over 10 anglers come out and join us for a beautiful Sunday evening on the lower Hooch in search of Stripers and Shoalies. Well, only one member(Dutch Earle) managed to pull in a nice Shoalie right at last light.
Our July Fishing Dayz is sure to offer up... [ READ MORE... ]
Fellow UCCTU members:
I have just returned from an annual 8 day fly-in canoe/camping/fishing trip to Woodland Provincial Park in northern Ontario. The Red Lake Super-8 lobby was full of other fisherman either preparing to fly into camps or coming out. The scene could easily have been the lounge... [ READ MORE... ]
On March 1 students from St. Pius X Catholic School and St. John Neumann Catholic School gathered at Jones Bridge Park to release trout fingerlings that they had grown in their classrooms from fertilized eggs supplied by UCCTU through our Trout in the Classroom Program. The meeting was hosted by... [ READ MORE... ]
Welcome to our new members:
Raffle tickets are $3 each or 4 for $10 and will be available for purchase at our May meeting and online.
The 2014 Fly Rod Magazine's fiberglass rod of the year has been garnering rave reviews across the web from both fiberglass enthusiasts and graphite rod users. These are some samples:
"The... [ READ MORE... ]
Upcoming Chapter Meeting Speakers:
May 27: Chattahoochee Bug Life
Chris Scalley – River Through Atlanta
June 24 : Striper Fishing Tactics
Andy Bowen – Cohutta Fishing Company
July 22: Georgia DNR Law Enforcement – Mark Puig
August 22: Flyfishing for Warmwater Species – Steve... [ READ MORE... ]
Fellow UCCTU Members:
Upper Chattahoochee is just one of the twelve TU Chapters in Georgia. Together they are represented by the Georgia Council, currently chaired by our own Mack Martin. Quarterly, Council officers and representatives from the twelve Chapters meet to conduct their business. ... [ READ MORE... ]
When you pay voluntary dues or make other contributions to the Upper Chattahoochee Chapter of Trout Unlimited, you are directly supporting the effort to conserve, protect and restore our cold water fisheries.
Many organizations support this kind of charitable giving by their employees by making... [ READ MORE... ]