News & Events
Metallic Mining Rules
A meeting on the latest revision of the Maine's Metallic Mining Rules was held in Augusta last month. This version is still too weak to protect our waters from acid mine drainage. Further action by TU members may be needed. More to follow...
Tuesday November 15 (7:00 p.m.)
Camp Ketcha - 336 Black Point Rd - Scarborough
Don’t miss Chapter Conservation Chair Steve Heinz describe our greatest coldwater fisheries restoration challenge: reconnecting Maine’s fractured watersheds. His slide presentation will cover the mechanisms of fish passage, what we have accomplished, and what’s happening currently in our membership area with the Presumpscot, Saco, Royal and Mousam River dams.
Bonus: We are offering a $50 gift certificate from the Kittery Trading Post as a door prize.
For those who are committed to the TU Mission: Conserve, Protect and Restore North America's coldwater fisheries and their watersheds, this will be the most significant presentation of the year.
We normally meet third Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m. October through March. Camp Ketcha in Scarborough is our normal meeting venue.Contact Program Chair Dave Bowie with any ideas or suggestions you might like to see for future chapter meetings.
tiers, folks who want to learn, come join us with Maine guide and
nationally recognized Master Fly Casting Instructor Rod McGarry. Tying gear
available for those who need it. We meet November
through March on most second and fourth Tuesdays 6:30 to 8:30.
Our thanks to Rod for this cycle's world-class lineup of guest tiers. Thanks to the guest tiers who included: Lance Allaire, Greg Ponte, Jeff Reardon, Lane Soltesz, Todd Molloy, Louis Lortie, Terry Walsh, Dave Jacobson, Todd Cloutier, Tim Deignan and Tom Jutras.
CLICK HERE to view details about how we conduct our tying sessions.
MainStream is the monthly newsletter for our chapter. It highlights a
calendar of events that the chapter is sponsoring, chapter information,
and descriptions of our conversation and youth training activities -
past and present.
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