Trout Unlimited Family Day
Well the Family Day has come and gone. Unfortunatley the weather did not cooperate that day and the turn was small. I want to thank everyone that came. Even with the weather we had a great time.
In the spring we will be have another Family Day that will have lessons... [ READ MORE... ]
Come meet Rick Little, who will tell us why we think we have some favorite flies!
Our guest speaker for the 19 November membership meeting will be Rick Little. Rick grew up in Marblehead, a coastal town north of Boston, Mass. As a youngster, he learned to lobster and fish for flounder and other... [ READ MORE... ]
Author of ‘A TALE OF TWO RIVERS’
PO BOX 424,
Osterville, MA 02655
Phone 508-428-2128 email firstname.lastname@example.org
‘A TALE OF TWO RIVERS’ by Ron Lasko, was 5 years in the making and is based on his 25 year study and observation of Cape Cod’s Sea Run Brook Trout. It is the first... [ READ MORE... ]
The Cinder Worm Hatch!
Well it seems that the Cinder Worm Hatch in most areas has come and gone.
But the Cinder worm hatch is going hot and heavy on the saltwater ponds (esp. Ninigret and Potter ponds).
Hope everyone has a great time.
The Board of Directors and officers of the Narragansett Chapter of TU have been following the postings on this site. Anyone who is interested in this page should be aware of the following:
1. The Board has reviewed the policy of TU National as it applies to the Wood River, and specifically,... [ READ MORE... ]