Don’t forget to attend the monthly meetings. The schedule is as follows:
2015-2016 Great Bay Trout Unlimited Meeting Schedule & Information
Meetings: First Monday of the month October until April at the Roundabout Diner Function Room, Portsmouth Traffic Circle, from 6:00 until 8:00ish in the Function Room. Come early, order dinner or a beverage and meet with friends. Raffles each month. Donations for presentations accepted at the door. “New this year” — Raffle for a new Lamson Konic Reel and 5w, 9”, 4 piece, TFO BVK rod donated by Brian and Carrie Swienton. Purchase tickets $5.00 each at the Chapter Meetings. Drawing to be held when tickets are gone or at the last meeting in April.
Short Topic: Wendy Nixon, President GBTU updates. www.greatbaytu.org
Guest Speaker: Jim Norton www.nhriversguide.com
Presenting: Fly Fishing New Hampshire Large Rivers.
Short Topic: Rick Hutchins (Three Rivers Stocking Association) www.threeriversstocking.com
Guest Speaker: Zak Robinson, Rising Tide Angler www.risingtideanglers.com
Presenting: Methods for Targeting Striped Bass (blitzing fish, poling the flats, dragging crabs, and heavy sink lines in deep water.
Short Topic: Jeff Barnum, Great Bay Piscataqua Watershed Keeper update. www.clf.org/great-bay-waterkeeper
Guest Speaker: Rick LaVievere, Saco Salmon Club& Hatchery
Presenting: Restoration Of An Atlantic Salmon Nursery www.sacosalmon.com
Short Topic: To be announced.
Guest Speaker: Nate Hill (North Conway)
Presenting: Float Fishing the Saco and Androscoggin rivers. www.whitemountainflyfishing.com
February 1: Movie night. Damnation video night.
Short Topic: Suzanne Petersen (Lamprey River Advisory Committee). Suzanne specializes in environmental science and environmental education.
Guest Speaker: Brian Cadoret, (Vermont)
Presenting: Fishing for Pike/Musky, Bass & Bowfin, Trout, Steelhead and LL Salmon. www.streamandbrook.com
Voting Meeting TU members: Vice President/Treasurer. All welcome, members to vote.
Guest Speaker: Rick Little. Presenting: Adventure Trip to Big Sky Country- Montana’s Bighorn and Missouri Rivers