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Wake Up To The North Fork II is a pictorial presentation of the natural history of the North Fork River in Ozark County, Missouri. It shows the unique nature of this freestone river and its wild rainbow trout and trophy brown trout. Tips on how to fish and what patterns are most successful will [ READ MORE... ]
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Duane Hada presents "Fishing opportunities for the adventurous angler:  small creeks, overlooked waters, and a variety of species" at our June  1st meeting. Member Meeting at El Chico's Restaurant, Mountain HomeSocial Hour 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.  Meeting starts at 7:00 Buffet menu (around $12) varies [ READ MORE... ]
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Frogs have been designated as Keystone species because of their central roles as both predators and prey. Mr.Hoeper will introduce us to the fascinating aspects of the natural life cycle of the frogs and toads of the Ozarks. Jeffrey Hoeper was once a Professor of English at Arkansas State [ READ MORE... ]
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Our 2015 Summer Camp is Saturday and Sunday, June 6 & 7. Camp is held at the Norfork Fish Hatchery at Norfork Dam from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. The two day camp is free of charge – and fishing equipment will be provided for the weekend.  CAMP REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED. But we are still accepting [ READ MORE... ]
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Streamside or riparian landowners are the last line of defense for a waterway. Landowners  impact streambank stability, pollutant filtration, aquatic habitat as well as their neighbors downstream. John Pennington of ASU Fayetteville will provide suggestions and ideas in his presentation " [ READ MORE... ]
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When erosion measures at a housing development on the banks of the North Fork River failed, huge amounts of sediment ran into the river during rain events. Initially ignored by the developer and authorities,  TU members began making noise. Eventually, ADEQ stepped in and took appropriate action. [ READ MORE... ]
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Click to Purchase Tickets Online! Click Here to Notify Us of a Donation! Successful fund-raising efforts allow this all volunteer chapter to provide programs that focus on TU’s four primary objectives: Protect, Reconnect, Restore, and Sustain cold water fisheries. Donations to this fundraiser [ READ MORE... ]
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Steve and Jo Wilson will be presenting a program on their Alaskan Adventures at our January 5th meeting.Steve Wilson held the position of Director of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission for over 20 years before retiring in 2000. And that's just the short version - as we have posted his bio in the [ READ MORE... ]
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The program scheduled for February will be cover the Spring Creeks and small stream fishing in Missouri presented by Darrell Bentley. Darrell Bentley began fly fishing around 1959 on the Spring River and small warm water creeks around the Ozarks. He started tying fly’s in the 1970’s, and making [ READ MORE... ]
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Stan and Carolyn Parker started fly fishing Taneycomo in the mid 60's.  Over the years they fished many other river and streams both east and west, but always came back to Taneycomo.  A couple years after retiring, they decided to do something they dreamed of....opening their own fly shop.  So, in [ READ MORE... ]
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