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GRTU Chapter Meeting April 26th

Our April chapter meeting will be held on April 26th at the CRRC Senior Center building in Sattler, TX.

9 AM Social Hour
10 AM Business meeting (including voting for open director positions)
11 AM Guest Speaker Kirk Deeter
12 - Lunch
1PM - GRTU Board Meeting
Also a 1 PM Ladies Only Casting Clinic with Terri Couteau



You may have read Kirk Deeter’s work in Field & Stream magazine; he’s an editor-at-large for the world’s leading outdoors publication, having penned stories on a number of “out there” fly-fishing topics, from catching mako sharks on the fly from a kayak, to exploring the remote jungles of Guyana and Bolivia with natives in dugout canoes, to teaching Alaskan Eskimos how to fly fish. He’s fished from the tip of Tierra del Fuego in Argentina to above the Arctic Circle in Russia, and racked up a number of “Excellence in Craft” awards from the Outdoor Writers Association of America for producing the nation’s best magazine feature stories on fishing in the process. He’s also the author of the best-selling Little Red Book of Fly Fishing, and the newly-released Orvis Guide to Fly Fishing for Carp.
But now he’s part of the Trout Unlimited team. Deeter assumed the helm as editor of the organization’s flagship publication, TROUT magazine, a little over a year ago, and he’s busy transforming that magazine into what he calls a “lifestyle” publication that “caters to the soul and conscience of trout angling in America.”
Deeter loves Texas. (He’s from the Great Lakes region and now lives in Colorado.) But he’s been to speak to GRTU once before, and based on that experience, he’s been itching to get back.
He plans a “no holds barred,” interactive presentation this time. From the wild and extreme adventures to be had around the world, to the simple pleasures found right out the back door—as well as the state of TU, where he’s going with TROUT magazine, fly-fishing industry trends, gear opinions… all will be fair game.
So if you want glimpse at where TU is going, want to offer advice, or if you have questions for one of the noted “insiders” and opinion leaders in fly fishing, this will be your chance.






Raffle Item

This year’s GRTU fund raising raffle is courtesy of Chris of Living Waters Fly Shop in Round Rock, Texas.
This new rod from Scott Fly Rods is a 9’ 4wt Living Waters Fly Shop donated is one of the all New Radian from Scott. Until now, you’ve had to choose between a rod with power and line speed or a rod with touch and feel. But thanks to Scott, those days are over.


Raffle tickets for this rod went on sale at the October 2013 meeting and the drawing for this rod will take place during the 2014 October meeting. Please purchase your tickets and help GRTU continue working to conserve and protect the Guadalupe River.






Wanted - Old GRTU Newsletters!

We are trying to fill the gap in some of our archives of older newsletters. We have one from 1979, then a gap for all the 1980s. If you have newsletters that you would allow us to borrow to scan in to our archives, please contact me via email at president@grtu.org.

Thanks!






New GRTU Conservation License Plate

GRTU License Plates are now available!

Some of the money from the purchase of this specialty plate will go to aid GRTU conservation programs.



Sign-up for GRTU License Plate





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