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                                                                                      My wife and I just 2 weeks ago completed a 7 day, 2,000 mile road trip, crossing 6 states, fishing 3 rivers in CO, almost all the trip on the Colorado Plateau. As we passed through Four Corners in AZ and then the [ READ MORE... ]
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FOLAR fishing day
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FOLAR is hosting another fishing/science collection event; Sat. 8/15, 7:30AM-11:00 AM. Link for more info; http://lariverflyfishing.com/2015/07/26/next-folar-citizen-scientist-eve...
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Our chapter has been partnering with the Friends of the Los Angeles river ( FOLAR) on several events the last few years including  fishing days to collect different species of fish to determine what kinds of fish are in the LA River system. This data will help in the overall recovery and [ READ MORE... ]
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The regular second Monday chapter meeting has been postponed. Check back for reschedule date.
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If you are reading this post, you probably have received a grassroots/volunteer-created mailer that was sent to over 10,000 TU members in the state. Even if you are not a TU member and have not received a mailer,and are interested in fish conservation, we need your help. Our chapter now encompasses [ READ MORE... ]
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Hello chapter members and observers; We have officially closed our old website at www.southcoasttuDOT org.(spelled out against spambots) If you have never been to this site before, welcome! We hope you will enjoy our updated content, layout and tools so you can see both what's happening with us and [ READ MORE... ]
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South Coast Chapter is expanding! But, we need your help. Due to a nation-wide TU organizational change, every previously unassigned TU member will now be assigned to a regional chapter. For South Coast, that means all of L.A. Orange, Ventura and Los Angeles members will be in the South Coast [ READ MORE... ]
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November Board meeting and TIC discussion - join us at the Duck Club in Irvine on Monday, November 10
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By Sam Davidson   California is renowned for its natural treasures. The most ecologically diverse state is famous for its beaches, mountains, deserts and rivers. And today, October 10, 2014, one of those treasures – the San Gabriel Mountains -- was deservedly designated our newest national monument [ READ MORE... ]
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