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  • Tailwater TU Meeting Tuesday June 19th!

    Our next meeting will be this Tuesday June 19th at the Buford Trout Hatchery and we will have as our speaker Kyle Burrell!

    Kyle was born and raised in the Chattooga River country of northeast Georgia and has been seriously fly fishing, fly tying, and building custom fly rods since 1984. Kyle has an extensive resume when it comes to trout fishing. He has a Master’s Degree in Forest Resources Management with a concentration in coldwater fisheries. He is an expert on trout behavior and trout stream ecosystems. His graduate thesis entitled “Seasonal Movement of Brown Trout in the Chattooga River Watershed” was published in Transactions of the American Fisheries Society in 2001. Kyle has been a U.S. Forest Service Fisheries Biologist in North Carolina and Georgia, and has worked as an Environmental Scientist in the Atlanta area.

    Many of you know Kyle from the Chattahoochee and Pinedale, Wyoming where he guides the Uppr Green and New Fork Rivers!
    If you have never fished with Kyle you are missing a treat.* The man is a Trout Whisperer! He'll be giving us the skinny on the latest trout (and maybe some other species) intel!

    We'll be having burgers and dogs and soft drinks!* Please bring $5 to put in the meal kitty to defray the food cost!* Let's have a big showing and support!Date:*Tuesday, June 19th, 2018
    Location:*Buford Trout Hatchery*(map)
    Time:*6pm arrive, 6:30pm eat, 7pm short meeting &*clinic
    "The gods do not deduct from man's allotted span, the hours spent in fishing."

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    Originally posted by superchub View Post
    Kyle has an extensive resume when it comes to trout fishing. He has a Master’s Degree in Forest Resources Management with a concentration in coldwater fisheries. He is an expert on trout behavior and trout stream ecosystems. His graduate thesis entitled “Seasonal Movement of Brown Trout in the Chattooga River Watershed” was published in Transactions of the American Fisheries Society in 2001. Kyle has been a U.S. Forest Service Fisheries Biologist in North Carolina and Georgia, and has worked as an Environmental Scientist in the Atlanta area.
    It's always a good meeting when Kyle is speaking. All are invited.
    If this were rocket science most of us wouldn't be doing it. - Terry Creech

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