2014 Supporters

Thank you to . . .


Thank you goes out to those who have recently helped Rabun TU in their mission projects. To: Rabun-Gap Nacoochee School for the use of the Indian Lake Pavilion for the Annual Scouts Fishing Day.

To: Reeves Hardware – Dillard for donating bait, tackle, and other supplies for the Annual Scouts Fishing Day.

To: Ingles – Cleveland, GA for donating food stuffs for the Annual Scouts Fishing Day.

To: Rabun Community Bank for donating the grill used for the Annual Scouts Fishing Day.

To: Claude Dillard for the use of Kelly’s Waterfall Park for the Annual Family Picnic.

To: Mack Martin and Garland Stewart for building and donating a custom-built rod used as a fund-raising item at the Annual Family Picnic.

To: Karan’s Catering in Mountain City, GA for donating a Gift Certificate for catering.

To: Georgia Women’s Flyfishers, http://www.georgiawomenflyfishing.com/ for a donation to the Tom Landreth Fund.


Our 2014 Rabun Rendezvous Supporters!


Amrine Rentals; Tiger Creek Falls Inn; Caylor Flies; Artist: Broderick Crawford; Dillard House and Staff; Foxfire Boys; Tropi-cal Rayz; Smithgall Woods State Park; Tiger Mountain Vineyards; Unicoi Outfitters; Reeves Hardware; Mountain Nature and Wild Bird Supply; Creative Occasions and Rabun Web Designs; Atlanta Fly Fishing School; Stephens Federal Savings & Loan; Rabun County Bank; The Fish Hawk; Prater’s Books and Coffee Nook; Reeves Building Supply; Patagonia – Atlanta; Empty Nest Trading Company; Timpson Creek Gallery; Clayton Paint and Flooring; Two Sisters at Butlers II; Fromage; Rabun Country Club; Beechwood Inn; Highlands Aerial Park; Smitty’s Spirits; Foothills Chap-ter – TU; Highlands Hiker; Cherry Log Rods; Boy Scouts – Troop 6; Butler Galleries; Rib Country; TU National – Embrace-A-Stream; Habersham Candle Company; Fern Valley on the Soque; Waterfall Country Club; Dillard House Stables; Hall’s Boathouse – Lake Rabun; Dove Screen Printing; Brookings’ Cashiers Village Anglers; Fender’s Diner; Rusty Bike Café; Salon 259; Five Points Grocery; Mama G’s; Just Me Cleaning Ser-vice; Savannah River Chapter TU; Unicoi State Park; Wendell’s Country Restaurant ; Betty’s Country Store; Bigg Daddys Restau-rant & Tavern; Nacoochee Grill Tavern & Pizzeria; La Cabana; Nora Mill; Paul’s Res-taurant; Turner tire; El Campesino; Sunflower Restaurant; Yonah Burger; Ma Gooch’s Res-taurant; Western Sizzlin; Creekside Deli; Bass Pro Shop; Java Joes Coffee; Midtown Grill; Mickey Piggs Restaurant & Bakery; Sweetbreads Café; Hawg Wild BBQ; Blue creek BBQ; Habersham Winery and The Atlantic Restaurant.


Doug and Eedee Adams; Allison Adams; Penny Bradley; Charlie and Kathy Breithaupt; Leon and Traci Brotherton; Louisa Hanney Buckner; John Cable; L. Chambers; Paul De-prima; Jeff Durniak; Dean English; Jim Enloe; Patsy and Ray Gentry; Barbara Goodier; Mike Hamilton; Tammy and Pat Hopton; Jim and Carolyn Kidd; June Landreth; Tim and Toni McClure; Sandy and Ralph Morgan; Frank and Susan Patton; Terry and Emmilyn Rivers; Ron Robeson; Mike Sobaski; Garland Stewart; Ron Thomas; Frank and Gail Tolbert; Russ Tyre; Fritz Vin-son; Betty Walker; Ray King; Leza English; Madilyn Tolbert; Mark Kel-ler; David Cannon; Kent Wilson; Pe-ter Croes; Terry Seehorn; Steve Perry; Cathy Kelly Parker; Nita Thompson; Sid Elliott; Doug Hick-man; Brooks and Amanda Adams; Tom Mathews; Don Edwards; Carl Riggs; Tim Ivey; Maria Rodeghiero; Scott Poss; Wayne Prosser; Tim and Marcia Ranney; Jerry McFalls; Mark Lovell; Carrie Radcliffe; Ken Riddle-berger; Steve Hudson; Landon Wil-liams and Chuck Arnold.


The Atlanta Fly Fishing Club and Georgia TU Council for their cash donations for funding the annual Chattooga backcountry helicopter stocking program.


All donations to Rabun TU (a Federal Tax Exempt 501(c) 3 non-profit) are tax deductible.

  • New Kiosks at Burrell’s Ford

    The Rabun Chapter recently donated funds to help pay for a new kiosk to be located at the Burrells Ford Bridge, near the trailhead to Ellicotts Rock. The kiosk will encourage visitors to practice “Leave No Trace” outdoor recreation. Read more here.





Rabun Rendezvous Advance Tickets!

Seating is Limited! Purchase yours here! 

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Our Annual Celebration of Rivers, Streams, Trout, and Trout Fishing Returns!

More details

Doors open at 3:00 pm.  Around 4:30 pm folks will start gathering to “pick the pig” and enjoy more snacks, the rocking chairs on the porch, or the nice fire inside to warm your buns. The Foxfire Boys will again provide their ‘down home’ style of bluegrass picking and singing. Raffle and silent auction items! DINNER:  Fish, chicken, beef, and pork with all the side dishes and desserts that have made the Dillard House famous will be served at 6:30 pm.  It is a serve yourself buffet and you will not leave hungry!



2023 Dream Trip Tickets Now On Sale

Details here.

• 5 days hosted fishing / 6 nights lodging in Idaho July 23-28

• $500 total in travel expenses

• Each winner receives a float trip on the Madison River, plus choice of Winston AIR 3 wt. – 6 wt. or BILL-x 4 wt. – 8 wt. fly rod. Fly reel with Scientific Anglers or Winston Energy Fly Line and a fly box and flies for the trip.


Call to Action! Attention All Rabunites!

If you are out fishing and see a stream conservation need (erosion control, bank restoration, trout structure maintenance, etc), contact the Georgia Council. Details here.



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Special Award to Terry Rivers

During the Fall Chapter Campout, Vice Prez Tammy presented Terry Rivers with a special award in recognition for all his hard work in coordinating the Chapter Campouts, including setting up and taking down the shelters and planning the meals. Tammy presents a Thank You card signed by all the campers and a $20 gift certificate for Burger King. Terry can use the certificate at his daily morning old men coffee klatches at Burger King! Thank you, Terry!


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