June 9-14 Georgia Trout Camp

April 25, 2013

June 9 – 14 : – 10th Annual GEORGIA TROUT CAMP at RGNS. Contact: Charlie Breithaupt knc615@windstream.net

Passing it on!

Location: Rabun Gap Nacoochee School

Camp Dates: June 9 (Sunday) – June 14 (Friday)

Cost: $450 per camper (financial aid is available) Includes room, board, and all activities for the five-day camp.
(Campers must be within the ages of 12 – 15 at time of camp)
Mail applications to: Rabun TU, PO Box 371, Clayton, GA 30525

Each of the 13 chapters in Georgia has spots to fill and each chapter decides how they want to select their campers. Once a chapter chooses a camper, the application, along with their tuition check, is forwarded to the Trout Camp Coordinator (Charlie Breithaupt). Campers will be notified of their acceptance as soon as possible. Later, around early May, more detailed information will be sent to each camper.

Questions and/or concerns should be directed to the Camp Coordinator, Charlie Breithaupt,
194 Kitchins Lane; Clayton, GA  30525  knc615@windstream.net    (706) 782-6954

Since 2004, the Rabun Chapter has taken a lead role in the Georgia TU Council’s summer Trout Camp for boys and girls ages twelve to fifteen. The streamside, hands-on experiences offered at Trout Camp provide more than just casting and fishing lessons, they strive to fully educate youth about the complex issues behind the restoration and protection of our streams and rivers.

Over the past eight years we have prepared and hopefully motivated 191 young folks to carry on the work of Trout Unlimited and to enjoy the sport we all love.

Please see more information here.

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Comments

  1. Jay Bartlett says:

    My son and I were told about the Trout Camp at the Trout Fishing Rodeo on the Tallulah River. He and I really enjoyed it. We appreciate you all for the hard work you put into this event for the kids.

    Thank You,
    Jay Bartlett

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