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.
Rabun TU Connections Featured in TU National Blog
TU National staffer Beverly Smith recently wrote a personal essay, titled “It is Community, Not Coincidence,” about her favorite hidden gem “out west of Hiawassee” and the looping, linking connections in and around the Rabun chapter that led her there. She mentions by name Rabunites Charlie Breithaupt, Jim Kidd, Kyle Burrell, and Doug Adams. Read more here.
Draft Chapter Strategic Plan, 2016-2018
At the July 2016 Board meeting, the Board of Directors reviewed the Chapter’s revised Strategic Plan. The purpose is to more clearly focus on the Chapter priorities, and where we spend our time, effort, and money. The revised Strategic Plan will be presented to the Chapter membership at this month’s meeting.
Read more here.
Tallulah River Handicap Fishing Pier is now complete!
Several Rabunites joined USFS personnel late September and early October to complete the pier. There will be an official dedication coming either in November or early spring. Mean while if you know someone who is disabled and wants to fish, go get them and take them fishing! Read more here.
Rabun TU Fishing Buddy List
Be a part of the Official Jeff Durniak Fishing Buddy List! This is your chance to get to fish with one of the best. More details here.