Council News & Reports                             

Breithaupt Elected Chairman of Georgia Council

Dr. Kathy Breithaupt was recently elected chairman of the Georgia Council of Trout Unlimited. The Georgia Council is the umbrella organization for all 12 TU chapters in Georgia. The Council supports all the chapters with their 4,000 members and coordinates efforts to meet TU’s mission of protecting and restoring cold, clean water in Georgia and…

Riggs Named to Outdoor Trust

Carl Riggs has been named to the Board of Trustees of the Georgia Outdoor Stewardship Trust Fund. If the amendment is ratified, the board will be responsible for accepting, reviewing, evaluating and making recommendations on applications from state agencies, local governments, nonprofit and other entities for conservation funding projects from the Georgia Outdoor Stewardship Trust…

Georgia Outdoor Stewardship Act

This fall, Georgians have a historic opportunity to pass the Georgia Outdoor Stewardship Amendment and protect our waters and lands by constitutionally dedicating a portion of the existing sales tax on outdoor sporting goods without raising any taxes or creating new fees. Learn more here: https://bit.ly/2CGoZ87

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Take It With You When You Go

Good article on the importance of clean water from Gink and Gasoline (with a mention of the #CLEANMYWATER campaign now underway by the Upper Chattahoochee Chapter of Trout Unlimited). http://www.ginkandgasoline.com/conservation/take-it-with-you-when-you-go/

Winter Trout Fishing Tips

By Phil Monahan, reposted from MidCurrent.com   Question: Tell me the truth. Is it really worth fly fishing in the winter? I’ve read all the magazine articles and looked at the pictures, but I still don’t quite believe that an average Joe like me is gonna catch fish in January on rivers that no one’s ever…