Cohutta Chapter #242 Trout Unlimited

 Next Chapter Meeting is Tuesday September 24th at Hudson Grille in Kennesaw, GA

 

member opportunities

Connect With Us at Upcoming Meetings and Events.

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upcoming events

Stream of the Month and Improve Our Streams.

Youth education

Trout in the Classroom and Stream Explorers.

 

education

The Education Committee, chaired by John Dyke, generates interest in trout fishing through various projects with individuals and groups, including the Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, the U.S. Forest Service and the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.

fisheries development

Chaired by Kevin Doyle, this committee plans and executes work-day projects that are directly related to improving local salmon fisheries.

FUNDRAISING

Join chairman Jeff Walters as he works to generate funds to enable the chapter to carry out its mission.

membership

Tony Rackie’s committee helps recruit, retain and develop chapter
members.

newsletter

Jeff Walters’ committee helps plan, publish and distribute the chapter’s monthly newsletter.

Program

Members plan the programs for the chapter’s monthly meetings.

Resource Conservation

Chaired by Diane Minick, this committee spearheads protection of the local resources of primary concern, which is the chapter’s home waters.

Stream of the Month

Chairs Robert Hermann and Jeff Wilson plan the chapter’s monthly fishing trips.

Website

Chairman Jeff Wilson maintains the chapter website.

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Trout Unlimited’s Mission

WE MAKE FISHING BETTER.

Trout Unlimited’s mission is to conserve, protect and restore North America’s coldwater fisheries and their watersheds. The Cohutta Chapter is one of 12 TU Chapters in Georgia.

By the next generation, Trout Unlimited will ensure that robust populations of native and wild coldwater fish once again thrive within their North American range, so that our children can enjoy healthy fisheries in their home water.

Join Trout Unlimited and the Cohutta Chapter

“Over 87 cents from every dollar contributed to Trout Unlimited goes directly to conservation programs.”