Help the Wild Brown Trout on the Chattahoochee
Georgia TU Embrace a Stream Project consider giving support to this great project started by the Upper Chattahoochee and Oconee River Chapters.
This EAS program, however, is something larger. There are many feeder streams to the Chattahoochee that need our attention, we're hoping to use Crayfish Creek as a catalyst to a broader cleanup initiative.
Honoring Jeffrey Peter Durniak
Please join the Georgia Trout Unlimited Council & Chapters in making a gift honoring Jeff Durniak for his outstanding career of 34 years with the GA DNR. Read more about Jeff and the endowment. >
Like to make a gift to honor Jeff?
Your charity will be supporting the Coldwater Fisheries Student Research Endowment at the University of Georgia Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources.
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Council News & Reports
The Burton Trout Hatchery is one of three state-operated trout hatcheries that helps produce over one million fish each year for stocking in public waters, and it recently completed a major two year-long renovation that […]Read More
Articles and Reviews
Two new stories out about the stream restoration on the Chattahoochee River tributary called Crayfish Creek. Atlanta Journal-Constitution news story Trout Unlimited Trout magazine story Read more information about Crayfish Creek’s joint project with The […]Read More
A strong conservation ethic runs deep among the students and faculty at the University of Georgia, particularly within the fly-fishing community. So, when Trout Unlimited recently launched our inaugural “Trout Week” celebration as part of our annual meeting, the TU […]Read More