Fall 2018 Edition
We’re excited to bring our members new content each quarter including, GRTU’s Fly Tying Video Series, regional and nation wide insight, and much more.
A Message from GRTU’s President, Rafael Torres - I hope you all are enjoying the cooler weather that we call fall here in Texas. We recently had our October Chapter meeting at the Yeti Flagship store in Austin. I really enjoyed seeing some familiar faces and many new faces as well. Thanks to our new VP of Chapter Read more
Former GRTU Board President Honored by TU – Michael Racis - Mick McCorcle has devoted much time, energy and enthusiasm to support the conservation of cold water fisheries and their watersheds. He is the Past President of GRTU, the Past Chairman of the Trout Unlimited National Leadership Council and currently serves as a Board Trustee for Casting for Recovery. “Trout Unlimited Read more
5th Annual GRTU Youth Trout Camp – Dakus Geeslin - GRTU will be hosting the 5th Annual Youth Trout Camp this January over the MLK Day Holiday weekend January 19-20, 2019 at Rio Guadalupe Resort, right on the river. Throughout the weekend participants will get a unique opportunity to gain first-hand knowledge and experience on the Guadalupe River Trout Fishery. Read more
2019 Troutfest Texas Update - Mark your calendars, reserve your campsites, book your rooms and invite your friends! Purchase Tickets Here We look forward to seeing you February 22 -24, 2019 at Lazy L&L Campground for Troutfest Texas 2019! Our dedicated team of volunteers is gearing up for another great event. We have secured an Read more
Lease Access Program, 2018 – 2019 Season - Overall the new Lease Access Program has been a tremendous success. Out of the 800 memberships mailed, we have had only eight that did not make it to their destination. We are down to our last few passes for the 2018-2019 season. Don’t miss out! A link to signup is Read more
Fishing Report – Jimbo Roberts - It's the beginning of another season on the Guadalupe River. First let me catch you up on what happened since the spring. Summer was pretty tough again on the fishery. Flows were ~55cfs most the summer with not much rain. That all changed in September. From September 1, we have Read more