Chapter Camp-Outs

The Rabun Chapter of Trout Unlimited

Backcountry Camping and Fishing with Rabun TU

Rabun TU sponsors a number of chapter campouts near area waters throughout the year, sometimes combined with a stream work project. Follow this link or see the chapter calendar below for dates and details.


Work Projects

The Rabun Chapter of Trout Unlimited

Hands-On Efforts to Conserve, Protect, and Restore

Rabun TU works closely with agencies such as the U.S. Forest Service and the Department of Natural Resources to implement sound conservation practices on area waters.

The Rabun Rendezvous

The Rabun Chapter of Trout Unlimited

Celebrating Rivers, Streams, Trout, and Fishing

The Rabun Rendezvous raises thousands of dollars annually for local support of the Chapter’s mission to educate youth in coldwater conservation and to protect, preserve and enhance water quality and trout fisheries in Northeast Georgia.


Educational Programs

The Rabun Chapter of Trout Unlimited

Inspiring Both Youth and Adults to Coldwater Conservation and Flyfishing

Rabun TU offers an array of programs, workshops, seminars, and camps for youth and adults to learn and practice the skill of trout fishing and to study sound conservation practices.

Chapter Contributes to Chattooga DH Section Access Improvements

Parking and access to the trails going up both sides of the River got a little better this summer thanks to the USFS folks and four of the local TU chapters in Ga and SC. More details here.

 

Fellowship and Fly Fishing with Mike Fuller

First fall trip is October 11, 2017.  For more information contact Mike Fuller at david2053@windstream.net or 706-201-0138.

Make your plans now for the fall chapter campout!

Nov 1-5:Rabun Chapter TU Fall Campout At Oconee State Park, near Walhalla, SC. Reserve your own site, but all the cooking, storytelling, campfire sitting, etc will be at Site #93.  More details here.

 

No easy fix for felt!

Felt is a superior wading sole, but it’s also a transmitter of aquatic invasives. Sadly, there’s no easy fix. It’s on anglers to clean their gear thoroughly. A very important read from TU National.