In the Beautiful Northeast Georgia Mountains . . .
The mission of the Rabun Chapter of Trout Unlimited is to conserve, protect, and restore Northeast Georgia’s coldwater fisheries and their watersheds.
Established in 1986, Rabun TU has been recognized nationwide for its hands-on projects, policy work, and educational offerings for both youth and adults to ensure that future generations may enjoy fishing in cleaner, more abundant waters.
From Georgia DNR: No More Trout Seasons
Trout season opened this past March, but unlike previous years, they will no longer have a closing date. Beginning April 21, 2015, state trout streams will remain open year-round, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division. More here.
Fly Tying at the Chapter Meetings is Back!
Starts at 5 pm with our expert, Terry. See the monthly chapter meeting announcements for more details.
Seeking a New Home for Rabun TU Meetings
The Scout Hut in Clayton has been condemned! This means our chapter needs a new home. We are seeking ideas! More details here.
How’s the River?
A list of links to local river levels!
Chattooga, Tallulah, Nantahala, more. Check it out here.