Call to Action! Attention All Rabunites!

December 13, 2020

We want to continue our efforts to conserve trout waters in Rabun County. Our team welcomes your help. While you are out fishing, if you see areas that could be improved or re- paired, such as erosion problems, stream siltation, streamside or in-stream trash, feel free to take pictures, identify the issue and location, and send the information to Justin and me. Our team will look into the issue, discuss with BOD, and see if it’s something we can remedy, or encourage our managing agencies to do so. Working together, we can all conserve the great water resources that make us proud to live, work, and play here!

Team Leader- Steve Perry: email- flygide@gmail.com. Cell- 828-371-1633

Assistant Team Leader- Justin English: email- trouter10@hotmail.com Cell- 706-490-5032

Jan 19: Chapter Meeting

December 13, 2020

7 PM

Zoom

Rabun TU’s January 19 zoom program will be “Taking Better Fishing Fotos” by longtime chapter friend and commercial photographer David Cannon.

http://www.davidcannonphotography.com/

David’s pics and stories, from the Amazon to Alaska, are now seen in national magazines and cata- logs from Cabelas to Gray’s Sporting Journal. His latest work is a Georgia photo spread in the Nov/ Dec 2020 edition of American Fly Fishing Magazine. David’s second edition of Fly Fishing Georgia is expected to hit bookstore shelves next year. David gave us this program a decade ago and I’ve invited him back for a “new and improved” session on Fish Pics 101. If you want to take great fish pics, don’t miss it!

The program will start at 7pm, but we’ll open up the Zoom room at 645 so folks can get settled in.

Zoom meeting ID and password here:

Meeting ID: 880 0710 1363 Passcode: 638273

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. Read more.

 

 

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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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