Tuesday, January 15th, 2019
We’ll have Kyle Burrell as our speaker! Kyle is a master fish whisperer and an all around great person! He knows trout fishing here and in Wyoming!
Kyle Burrell was born and raised in the Chattooga River country of northeast Georgia and has been seriously fly fishing, fly tying, and building custom fly rods since the early 80s. Kyle has been a U.S. Forest Service Fisheries Biologist in North Carolina and Georgia, and has worked as an Environmental Scientist in the Atlanta area. He is an expert on trout behavior and trout stream ecosystems. His graduate thesis entitled “Seasonal Movement of Brown Trout in the Chattooga River Watershed” was published in Transactions of the American Fisheries Society in 2001. Kyle now guides full-time and divides his time between the Chattahoochee River in Atlanta in the spring, and the Green River of Wyoming in the summer time for trophy sized wild trout. In the fall and winter he is a consulting forestry technician.
NOTE: We will be meeting at the The Diner at Sugar Hill! (Map)
Let’s have a good showing for Kyle!
Date: Tuesday,January 15th, 2019
Location: The Diner at Sugar Hill (map)
Time: 6pm arrive, 6:30pm eat, 7pm short meeting & presentation.
Trout Unlimited Rabun Chapter Presents
The Rabun Rendezvous
. 2019 .
New & Improved!
Saturday, 19 January 2019
Dillard House Conference Center
$35 Adults, $25 age 15 and younger
Click here for the New and Improved Rendezvous Flyer 2019
If you think only big fish are at the fishing resorts think again! Our friend Johan had a great day at Smithgall Woods recently. That stream is notoriously difficult to fish but he obviously had the magic offering and presented it perfecly! Here is the weblink for the park. And for a great article click this link!