Chapter Contacts

Rabun TU Officers & Directors for F/Y 2014

Contact the chapter by emailing rabuntuchapter@gmail.com.

Voting Board of Directors Members

President – Steve Perry with Membership Recruitment and Retention, Awards, BOD Agenda, Budget, Nominating Committee Chair, Project Healing Waters Coordinator
(828) 371-1633

Vice President – Kent Wilson with Mack Martin Rod Raffle, Chapter Property Manager
(706) 746-7488

Treasurer – Joel Wise with Reports and Budget
(706) 782-7538

Secretary – Wayne Prosser with Correspondence, Annual Stream Clean-Up Project Coordinator
(706) 746-6293

Past President – Pat Hopton with Social Media, Leadership Support
(706) 782-4978

Director through FY 2015 – Jim Kidd with Advocacy Director
(706) 782-2474

Director through FY 2015 – Frank Patton with Kids Fishing Events
(770) 339-7095

Director through FY 2016 – Jerry McFalls with Scouts Liaison, Stream Projects, Trout in the Classroom, Safety Coordinator
(706) 782-8357

Director through FY 2016 – Ray King with Rendezvous, Audio/Visual Set-Up
(828) 349-2786

Director through FY 2017 – Gordon Vanderpool

Director through FY 2017 – Ray Gentry with Annual Family Fishing Day at Indian Lake, Dream Trip Ticket Sales
706-680-6736

Director through FY 2018 – Mike Fuller

Director through FY 2018 – Frank Tolbert

Non-Voting Committee Leaders

Charlie and Kathy Breithaupt with Trout Camp, Fly Fishing 101, Chapter Meeting Raffles
(706) 782-6954

Terri Allred with Christmas Dinner

Michele Crawford with Tightlines Editor, Trout in the Classroom, Women’s Outreach, Memorial Gifts
(706) 490-4574

Terry Rivers with Fly Tying and Rod Building Workshops
(706) 782-7419

Jeff Durniak with Meeting Programs
706-892-6576

Glenn English with Chapter Campouts
706-212-9983

Any member of Rabun TU may attend the Board of Directors’ meetings.

  • Conserve, Protect, Restore

Rabun Rendezvous – Thank you!

The Rabun Rendezvous turned out great thanks to all who came, to all who donated, and to all that bid on all our great items. Mother Nature caused a shift in our date, but all of our great friends adjusted their schedules and came out to support us a week later . . . with no SNOW!! Full report coming soon.

Don’t Forget the Chattooga Angler’s Diary!

After a day on the Chattanooga River, please fill out this brief survey so agencies can compile information and continue to improve angling experiences. Thank you! Diary at this link.

Georgia Trout Camp 2016 – Taking Applications Now!

Know a young boy or girl between the ages of 12 and 15 who loves fishing and the great outdoors? Check out Georgia Trout Camp. More details here.

How’s the River?

A list of links to local river levels! Chattooga, Tallulah, Nantahala, more. Check it out here.

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