GBTU's Thursday, February 5th
program will feature Tim Landwehr of Tight Lines Fly Fishing
Tim will be sharing pictures and
stories of his recent fishing trip to Bolivia. It should be a very
interesting and exciting presentation.
GBTU program meetings are at 6:30pm
in the upstairs conference room at the De Pere
Festival Foods. We look forward to seeing you there!
On January 17th and 18th, Green Bay
Trout Unlimited and Cabelas, held a community outreach fly tying
In attendance from GBTU were Dave
Ostanek, Adrian Meseberg, Paul Kruse, Doug Seidl, Pat Hill and Mike
Renish. Brian Mease was the master fly tyer working for
Cabelas whilst Dan Ferron and Al Jamir were guest tyers.
Please visit the GALLERY PAGE to see all the
photos from the two days.
We'd like to thank everyone for
coming out and especially Cabelas for hosting. THANK YOU
Thursday, February 19th, at Stadium View Hall on Holmgren Way,
Green Bay Trout Unlmited will hold its Annual Fundraising Banquet.
Please click on the GOOGLE MAP for directions.
This is GBTU's 40th annual
fundraising banquet. The proceeds from this banquet drive our
budget sfor 2015 o it's incredibly important that we receive
Please click on the SPONSOR
and/or BUY TICKETS to donate
on-line. We thank you in advance for your generous
This July, Green Bay Trout Unlimited past
president Randy Rake moved to Montana.
Randy has donated so much to our
chapter in terms of leadership, time and dollars. He is one of our
most experienced fly-tiers, and is always quick to lend a helping
Thanks to the power of the
internet, he will continue to serve on our Board as Past
In June Green Bay Trout Unlimited sponsored 6
Brown County kids attending the Sand Lake Conservation Camp. This
is what one attendee had to say...
"Green Bay Trout Unlimited, Thank
you for allowing me to go to Camp Bird. It has been my 3rd and last
year there, and I had an AWESOME time!" -Payton Meseberg
For the complete article CLICK
for the New Zoo Educational Trout Trail started in 1992.
Installation occured primarily in the summer of 1993.
READ MORE about the
Please check out the
Educational TRAIL GALLERY.
According to the U.S. Department of
Transportation, a culvert becomes a barrier to fish passage when it
demonstrates conditions exceeding fishes' biological ability.
Obstructions include high water
velocities, perched culverts, weirs, baffles, caught debris, water
pressure increase caused by inlet contraction, and low water
Orvis is currently working with
Trout Unlimited to help fix culvert impediments with the goal of
reconnecting over 1,000 miles of fishable habitat. LEARN MORE about the TU /
Orvis 1,000 mile program here.
Each Concentrated Animal
Feeding Operation ( CAFO ) has the potential of polluting our
ground water in a huge way.
about Wisconsin's 250 CAFOs and CHECK OUT Wikipedia's
definition of the operations.
Just recently, a 600,000+ gallon
CAFO manure spill occurred in Door County. READ THE STORY HERE!
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