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In case you missed the October Chapter Meeting featuring Conservation Chair Bryan Mathie’s update on the Chapter’s conservation plans, please click here for a youtube video of his talk. Click here for his power point slides.
Among his many skills, Christian Shane is an author. He’s currently working on a book about the finer apects of fly fishing and publishes a website: “Fly Pulse…Beats from the Heart & Stream.” Click here to go there.
Penn’s Woods West Chapter believes in the value diversity brings to our organization. We value differences in opinion, skill sets and vantage points. We welcome debate and discussion on the best way to accomplish our goals as a chapter and we believe that adding these other voices gives us a strength and sustainability in our […]
The increase in Delta Covid cases and the significant health problems caused by this virus, especially in unvaccinated people has prompted the PWWTU Board to cancel the in-person meeting scheduled for Christ Church and substitute a ZOOM conference. Check your email for the zoom link.
If you are a fan of the brook trout you may wish to attend (either in person or by Zoom) a two-day meeting to be held September 28-29 in Thurmont, MD (halfway between Gettysburg, PA and Frederick, MD on US 15). The workshop is titled: ” Understanding Genetics for Successful Conservation and Restoration of Resilient Chesapeake […]
The PWWTU Board met by zoom on September 2, 2021. The draft minutes are posted on the Officer’s Quarter tab. The Board approved a new policy that deals with administration procedures for grants. The Board approved accepting a “no strings” donation of $25,000 from Equitrans, a local pipeline company whose employees selected PWWTU as a […]
Mark your calendars and plan to attend: The 2021 PA Council Annual Membership Meeting will be an in-person event held at The Hall at Kinton’s Knob, located at 6441 Lincoln Highway in Bedford, PA. The meeting will begin promptly at 9 AM. Click here to view the Meeting Agenda. Cost is $35 and includes coffee, snacks, lunch, […]
Tim Kelly of Citizen’s Climate Lobby urges us to contact our Senators and urge them to include carbon pricing in the Budget Reconcilliation Bill. Click Here for more information about how to take action.
The Pennsylvania Council of Trout Unlimited (PATU) is seeking a full-time AmeriCorps service member to serve as its Communications and Outreach Coordinator to recruit, retain, and reactivate volunteers across Pennsylvania. This person will provide outreach to PATU’s 49 chapters, current and potential partners, and the public, acting as a liaison to the board of directors. […]
Pass this along to any beginning fly flshers you know. Rob Reeder and Scott Lockner do a great job…lots of good information about fishing that you can put to use immediately. Click Here for a course description and how to register.
Expand your Horizons
Think outside the box of PWWTU. There are 400 plus Chapters of Trout Unlimited in the country. We have a ton of members (over 1,000) but few cold-water streams supporting trout. Why not wind up the computer (or pick up the phone) and contact a TU chapter from the surrounding area to see what they’re up to and how you might be able to help. Click Here .SW PA TU Chapters for a spreadsheet of likely SW and NW PA Chapters, their websites, and a contact. What’s to lose? You might even get introduced to a stream full of brookies that you didn’t know about.
Can’t find what you are looking for? Use the search engine below.
Women and Diversity
Calling all Ladies!!!
We have a group just for you!!!
“Women’s Outreach” for PWWTU. This new group was created so that we, as a local organization, can better listen to and serve the needs of female anglers.
Our aim is to partner with female anglers who: want to fish together, learn more about the sport, support each other’s fishing growth and have fun! As women – we have the ability to become some of the best anglers – and our chapter wants to support that growth!
If this group interests you or you have any questions – please contact Jodie Minor or Nora Cline at [email protected]