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2015 Banquet Update ...Dry Fly Distilling our latest donor!
I'm excited to announce that Dry Fly Distilling will be donating several items for our 2015 Banquet. If you have not done so already you must try their products.....I'm especially found of their Gin and their story. Best, Dean
TU is unique in that the National agenda is driven by the Grassroots members, that means you can have a say in what National does. Each state has a representative, I'm Jeff Witten and I'm honored to represent Missouri. There are about 40 of us accross the US, we comprise the National Leadership [ READ MORE... ]
John Wenzlick and Michael Riley attended the Mid South meetings at Beavers Bend State Park in Oklahoma March 1st . Prior to the meeting they fished the spillway area (above) and the restored Evening Hole (below). BWO were coming off hard late morning and March Browns were beginning to [ READ MORE... ]
General Assembly wants to change MDC management style
I just wanted to inform our members of some possible legislative action being taken that may impact how the Missouri Department of Conservation operates. Personaly I do not support any of these proposals. If you agree then I strongly encourage you to contact your local representatives. Currently [ READ MORE... ]
Midwest Flies donates a fly rod for the 2014 Banquet
Many thanks to Charlie Stock owner of Midwest Flies for his donation of a custom build fly rod, reel and line.
Chapter member, Milt Barr, selected to sound siren on Opening Day at Bennett Springs Milt Barr of Jefferson City was notified last week by the Missouri Department of Conservation that he was selected to start the opening day ceremony for Trout Season on March 1st, 2014. Milt has been an avid [ READ MORE... ]
Don't miss this opportunity to read an outstanding article, which to me, honors the great success of one of our Clubs most distinguished members. The bamboo in the burlap sacks beside the driveway once rose on the sage hills of China's Guangdong Province. A river runs through it. It's the kind [ READ MORE... ]
An assessment of the insect community above and below gravel mine operations on Little Piney Creek, Phelps County, MissouriLittle Piney Report
Paul Richard Heine, 64, died Friday, Nov. 15, 2013, at his home in Columbia, surrounded by family. A service of remembrance will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 23, at Columbia United Church of Christ. A visitation will be from 4 to 6 p.m. Friday at CUCC. Paul was born May 16, 1949, to the late [ READ MORE... ]