Thank You for Keeping the Muck Out of My Trout Streams
Good News! SB 299 will be amended to protect streams through effective watershed protection planning. Thank you, Sen. Steve Gooch, for agreeing to amend SB 299 | Watershed protection Planning and responding to our requests. We previously blogged on SB 299 in Don't Muck Up My Trout Stream.
Double Your Money for Trout, Game and Wildlife Management
This is how the trout license plate should work. HB 730 lowers your fee for a trout license plate to $25 per year and waives the manufacturing fee. $19 of the first year fee and $20 or renewals would be sent to GA DNR for trout management. Now that’s a deal!
On Monday, February 10th, the Georgia General Assembly will be at Day 20, half way through this year’s forty day session. Keep a watch on Day 30—or Crossover Day. It holds significance for several reasons. Crossover Day is the last day for legislation to pass the chamber in which it was introduced [ READ MORE... ]
It’s appropriate that President Obama is signing the Farm Bill today in Michigan, a state that is not only a leader in agriculture innovation but also is the birthplace, more than 50 years ago, of Trout Unlimited, on the banks of the Au Sable River near Grayling. Agriculture and fisheries [ READ MORE... ]
Posted in Upper Chattahoochee Chapter - 436
Ippolito's - 2 miles east of GA 400 on Holcomb Bridge Road in Roswell GA.
Georgia Trout Unlimited (GA TU) works closely with the Georgia Wildlife Federation (GWF) and, as a member of the Georgia Water Coalition (GWC), GWC partner organizations in conserving, protecting and restoring Georgia’s coldwater fisheries and their watersheds. We bring you cold, clean fishable [ READ MORE... ]
Flexibility. That’s what they’re calling it these days in the General Assembly. Giving someone the option to muck up and contaminate a stream or making it possible to pollute a stream to the point where it is a health hazard to fish, so long as someone else can return it to drinking water, [ READ MORE... ]
U.S. Forest Service Southern Region Honors Georgians for Work to Restore Brook Trout
Recently, Back-the-Brookie was named the recipient of the U.S. Forest Service’s Southern Regional Forester Award for Partners/Community Engagement. Awardees from 13 southern states and Puerto Rico were honored in 15 categories. “This alliance of passionate and dedicated people is making a real [ READ MORE... ]
January Chapter Meeting Andrew Brown Guest Speaker Czech Nymphing