February Meeting & Newsletter

Monday, February 6, 2023  Gathering of The Nor’East Chapter of Trout Unlimited  Speaker at 7:00pm – with Chris Jackson and Kevin Parsons.  Chris and Kevin will be presenting via Zoom from Charlemont, MA. “A New Beginning for the Deerfield River – A New Federal Energy Regulatory Commission License and What it Means for the Deerfield”  Dinner at…

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Newsletter is Out

with articles on waders, fish restoration click here January 9th Fishing Talk Speaker at 7:00pm – Dr. Carl Soderland  “Fishing for Trout on the Smith River in Montana”     Dr. Carl Soderland grew up in Woods Hole, Massachusetts on the Southwest corner of Cape Cod. In his younger days he was a bottom fisherman, often…

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Big Fish Centennial

In 1922 a fishing legend was born, as Georgina Ballantine proceeded to hook, line and land a record-breaking salmon from out of the River Tay. On 7 October 1922, Georgina landed a salmon weighing 64 lbs and measuring 54 inches long. Out on a fishing trip with her father, James Ballantine acting as his daughter’s ghillie,…

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November Gathering Nov 7th, 6 PM

Gather at the Ipswich River Watershed HQ at 143 County Road, Ipswich to enjoy old friends and discuss your latest fishing adventures. Speaker is Ben Gahagan from Mass. Marine Fisheries, talking about river herring. The meeting will be a hybrid, you can attend in person or watch it on Zoom. Check the Newsletter for login…

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September Meeting and Newsletter

The September Newsletter is out and includes ways to volunteer, what droughts do to our rivers and which is the best value in fly rods. Monthly Meeting September 12 at 5:30 PM Meeting is at 143 County Road in Ipswich at the Ipswich River Watershed HQ. Barbecue at 5:30 and presentations at 7 PM. The…

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May 2 Meeting

 Meeting at Ipswich River Watershed with food!! 5:30 PM with Free (good) Food 143 County Road, Ipswich, MA Craig Andree – Tight-Line Nymphing (aka Czech Nymphing) at 7 PM in person and on Zoom And the Newsletter with great articles, click here

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Casey Breeds – talk on Fishing and Improving the Clark Fork in Montana, and there is another great Newsletter with locations for fish counts, smallmouth bass flies plus…

Visit full Newsletter here for Meeting logon info and so much more!! The Clark Fork in Missoula is a diverse fishery with trout habitat and pike habitat. Casey will discuss the removal of the Milltown Dam and the superfund site cleanup just upstream of Missoula. Trout Unlimited played an important role in the restoration of…

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