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blog BY Jpmd2940 ON February 10 - 0 COMMENTS
CANOE WINNER NAMED
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Phil Carter won the custom built cedar strip canoe built by Trout Unlimited members of the Coosa Valley Chapter. Phil is currently keeping the canoe in his basement "man cave" because "it is too pretty to get wet"  
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Hey everyone, My name is Miller Hollstein. I am a 21 year old environmental science major with an anthropology minor at Berry College in Rome, GA. I grew up in Duluth, GA right along the Chattahoochee River, where I learned to love and respect the water. I always enjoyed fishing growing up, but I [ READ MORE... ]
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We have a winner, Charlie Burnes, of the 2019 Old Town Predator MX offered by the Coosa Valley Chapter of Trout Unlimited. CVCTU places the kayak on display at the 307 East 2nd Ave location of United Community Bank in Rome, GA. The winning ticket was purchased at United Community Bank. Charlie [ READ MORE... ]
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I was enjoying the warm weather and longer days at the end of January working out in the yard getting the yard ready for spring.  As the day warmed up and the light wind was blowing some of my thoughts moved from things to be done to fishing and my favorite trout stream.  That evening my son and I [ READ MORE... ]
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21 TU MEMBERS JOINED DNR WILDLIFE BIOLOGIST BRENT WOMACK FOR A 3 HOUR WORKDAY AT THE CREEK.  BRUSH AND LIMBS WERE REMOVED FROM  THE TRAILS, RIPRAP WAS ADDED TO AREAS OF EROSION & BUCKETS AND BUCKETS OF CANS AND BOTTLES WERE REMOVED FROM A PORTION OF THE WOODS.  NEXT WINTER WHEN THE UNDERGROWTH [ READ MORE... ]
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The Chapters of Trout Unlimited do some amazing things to promote and educate about the conservation and protection of coldwater habitats. We would like to share just a few nuggets of the amazing effort and selfless dedication that our volunteer leaders are giving in their communities.      This [ READ MORE... ]
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