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In a community as mobile as ours, it's helpful to know how to change your assignment to a local chapter. A neighbor moved here from Colorado and noticed when he renewed his TU membership that he was still assigned to his old chapter in Colorado. He asked how he could get reassigned to UCCTU. Here's [ READ MORE... ]
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On July 25, 55 volunteers representing 5 different area Trout Unlimited chapters made their way to Martin Branch, a tributary stream to the Chattahoochee River, for the final TU stream restoration project of 2015. Located just north of Helen, Martin Branch is a small mountain stream that was in [ READ MORE... ]
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The July 28th monthly meeting of the Upper Chattahoochee Chapter of Trout Unlimited (UCCTU) focused on Women in Fly Fishing. During the meeting, chapter President Jim Harvey presented a $1,000 donation check to Casting for Recovery. Casting for Recovery, based in Manchester, Vermont provides [ READ MORE... ]
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After working for Trout Unlimited for eight years, one thing I know to be true is that TU members often share their passion for conservation and fishing with their spouses, partners and children. I certainly do. This image is of my daughter's first fish. Her rod was given to her by the TU Utah [ READ MORE... ]
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On Saturday, June 20 UCCTU members will be helping the U.S. Forest Service with a restoration project on Jones Creek in North Georgia.  Volunteers will provide labor while the forestry pro's provide tools, equipment, and supervision.  These projects are a lot of fun and a good way to have a direct [ READ MORE... ]
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I first had the pleasure of meeting Mike when he camped next to me on the UCCTU Fall Trip in Brevard, NC.  After kindly lending me a fuel cannister to finish cooking breakfast, we fished the Davidson River together and enjoyed a pleasant weekend full of friends, flies and fish. Mike recently [ READ MORE... ]
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I recently had the opportunity to work alongside Ryan and Myles Hartley while they spent a Saturday teaching the Fly Fishing Merit Badge to a group of eager Boy Scouts.  Watching them teach casting and fly tying techniques to young men about their same age, I had to find out what drew them to the [ READ MORE... ]
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blog BY jckillorin ON November 20 - 0 COMMENTS
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I was fishing with Jim Williams during our Fall trip and he was struggling with knots in the wind and cold. I showed him a tool I use that I saw at Alpharetta Outfitters which has saved me a bunch of frustration as the combination of wind, cold, numb fingers and age conspired to keep my fly off the [ READ MORE... ]
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Here's just one of the many education programs that UCCTU has to offer our future anglers and conservationists. The Trout in the Classroom (TIC) programs offers students in grades k-12 an opportunity to raise trout from eggs to fry,monitor tank water quality, learn to appreciate water resources, [ READ MORE... ]
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Fellow UCCTU Members: My two year term as Chapter President will end at this month’s meeting.  I’ve been honored to serve you.  At Saturday’s Georgia Council meeting, Chairman Mack Martin reported that National has re-chartered us for another 4 years; so we are a Chapter in good standing.    One of [ READ MORE... ]
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