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.
Congratulations to Rabunite Charlie Breithaupt
Charlie's article about our Georgia Trout Camp was featured in Trout magazine, the publication of TU National. Check it out here.
Rabun Chapter By the Numbers
Rabun TU currently has 171 Members, 17 Stream Explorers and 24 Life Members. For more information about membership, click here.
Ga. Trout Camper Runner-Up in National Essay Contest
A big Rabunite Waaa-WHOOO! for Ethan Scoggins (Coosa Valley Chapter), whose essay was chosen as a runner-up in the Trout Unlimited NATIONAL Essay Contest! Read all about it here.
Helicopter Stocking the Chattooga
The U.S. Forest Service Fire Crew that helicopter stocked the Chattooga has produced a stunning video of the process. Check out the video here.
Volunteers needed! Burton Hatchery
The Rabun Chapter is looking for volunteers to assist with daily operations at the Lake Burton Fish Hatchery Each Tuesday and Thursday. Interested? Read more here.