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Event BY mtdave ON February 14, 2016 - 1 COMMENTS
TU DC Dinner Benefits Veterans Service PartnershipFebruary 24, 2016
TU DC Dinner benefiting the TU Veterans Service Partnership.  Come one, come all to a great event benefiting TU and the TU Veterans Service Partnership!  Tickets still available.  Great food, sweet silent auction and some GREAT fly fishing trips in the live auction.  Reagan Building, 6PM, Februar
Dear TU Anglers, Stay vigilant and inspect, clean, and dry your wading gear. NZMS are notorious for hitching rides on wading gear. Inspect your gear. You can see these peppercorn sized snails and clean them off!
Trout Unlimited is proud to serve America's veterans through its Veterans Services Partnership, and the organization is also honored to partner with the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS).
As we approach Veterans Day, the Veterans Service Program reminds our VSP Chapters and TU members to do something to honor our veterans. First, if you have veteran friends, remember to thank them for their service. It means a lot to them to hear those words.
On the average, every 6 months.
Blog Post BY mtdave ON September 30, 2015 - 0 COMMENTS
Veteran Couples Trip to Slough Creek
Read a nice article by Alan Folger, TU VSP Director, on our June 2016 trip to Slough Creek!
Recent news reports of the discovery of two new aquatici invasive species in Michigan, New Zealand Mudsnails and Didymo should be of interest to TU member/anglers fishing Michigan rivers and streams.  Followng is a news article containing information about the recent discoveries. 
The Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS), and TU's Veterans Service Partnership (TU VSP) recently completed a very successful TAPS Retreat at Parade Rest Ranch near West Yellowstone, Montana. 
Trout Unlimited VSP is pleased to be partnering with TAPS (Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors) http://www.taps.orgto help host a Men's Retreat at Parade Rest Ranch near West Yellowstone,
Whirling disease has been detected in the Watauga River in North Carolina. The following article provides good information on the status of the discovery.  If you are fishing these waters, be especially careful to clean and dry your fishing gear and avoid moving fish, fish parts, plants, or water