Oct 20: Chapter Meeting

October 8, 2020

“Heavy Metal, Fish-head Bangers and Passing on Genes: Tails from the Smokies”

Tuesday, Oct 20 at 7:00 pm

To be held using Zoom video conferencing.

Veteran Rabunites will recall Matt’s excellent program to us at Tallulah Gorge State Park years ago. We learned about native brook trout restoration and some hot Smokies fishing tips for specks, bows, and browns.

Matt returns, albeit virtually, to update us on Smokies fish communities, ongoing research, and those valuable fishing tips once again. He oughta know, for he cheats, too, with electrici- ty! His agency’s annual fish population samples don’t lie when it comes to trout abundance and sizes.

All fans of your national park’s great trout fishing don’t want to miss another super program by Matt. So Zoom in at 7pm on October 20 and get the skinny on the Smokies from veteran bi- ologist Matt Kulp.

To Join the Zoom Meeting—Click Below and Enter the Meeting ID and Passcode

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/3424822877?pwd=cDlFdkpzSmR0Zyt1TmRzV0o1SDZmdz09

Meeting ID: 342 482 2877 Passcode: 9kpE08

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