About Rabun TU

The mission of Trout Unlimited is to conserve, protect, and restore North America’s trout and salmon fisheries and their watersheds.

Since 1986, the Rabun Chapter of Trout Unlimited, in the Southern Appalachian Mountains of Northeast Georgia, has been a powerful grassroots force for conserving, protecting, and restoring the coldwater fisheries of our region. Please explore our site to learn more about the Chapter’s award-winning hands-on, policy, and public education work.

  • 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.

     

     

     

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.

 

Delayed Harvest Trout Fishing Streams: Open Nov. 1

Beginning in November, trout fishing on Georgia’s delayed harvest trout streams will be in full swing, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division (WRD). Read more.

 

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