The Rabun Chapter of Trout Unlimited

About Rabun TU

The mission of Trout Unlimited is to conserve, protect, and restore North America’s trout and salmon fisheries and their watersheds.

Since 1986, the Rabun Chapter of Trout Unlimited, in the Southern Appalachian Mountains of Northeast Georgia, has been a powerful grassroots force for conserving, protecting, and restoring the coldwater fisheries of our region. Please explore our site to learn more about the Chapter’s award-winning hands-on, policy, and public education work.

May 21: Cookout on The River!

At 6:30 pm on the Chattooga River in the parking lot on the Georgia side at Burrell’s Ford for Hot Dogs and all the fixings. Kathy and Charlie Breithaupt will bring all the food , including drinks, and do the cooking. More info here. 

 

Wildcat Creek Road Closed

A popular stocked trout stream in Rabun County, Wildcat Creek, will have its trout stockings delayed for several weeks this spring due to the closure of Wildcat Creek Road. The US Forest Service has closed this road due to a landslide that occurred this winter. Details here.

Rod Raffle!

Once again, Mack Martin of the Atlanta Fly Fishing School has graciously donated a custom-built fly rod and reel to the Rabun Chapter to be used for fund raising.

Read more here.

 

Congratulations to Monte Seehorn

Rabunite Monte Seehorn, retired USFS fisheries biologist, was recently inducted into Southern Trout’s “Legends of the Fly” Hall of Fame! More details here