Monday, December 10, 2018

Ellis R. Hatch, Memorial Gathering- An Invitation from the Hackle & Tackle Club

501(c)3 non-profit organization serving southeast New Hampshire




An Invitation from the Hackle & Tackle Club to attend a
Memorial Gathering for Ellis R. Hatch

When: Monday, December 17, 2018, 5PM-9PM

Where: Rochester Elk's Club, 295 Columbus Ave, Rochester, NH 03867

What: A photographic tribute and remembrance of a NH fly fishing legend


Ellis R. Hatch

The Hackle & Tackle Club of Rochester, NH, cordially invites all Great Bay Trout Unlimited members to attend a memorial gathering for NH fly fishing legend, Ellis R. Hatch. Ellis was a renowned, award winning fly tier and instructor, Strafford County Fish & Game Commissioner for 24 years and a caterer to the likes of JFK. The presentation will include photographs that you won't want to miss. Light refreshments will be served.






Great Bay Trout Unlimited 2018 – 2019 Chapter Meetings and

 Presenting Speakers

(As of September 3, 2018)




October 1        Short Presentation:  John Silverio – President Updates.
                          Guest Speaker:  William Ciaurro, FlySpoke, presenting: Two Handed Rods and Casting
                          techniques.  William@flyspoke.com

                                November 5   Short Presentation:  Melissa Paly – Saving the Great Bay / Piscataqua Estuary.    
                         Guest Speaker:  Rob Giannino – Fishing for Trophy Landlocked Salmon in remote
                         locations.  (NY) Steelhead.  rgiannino@gmail.com

                December 3   Short Presentation:  Rick Hutchins – Three Rivers Stocking Update. 
                         Guest Speaker:  Jim Chase, Presenting: Colorado DIY Fishing.

January  7th   No Chapter meeting in January.

                                 February 4    Short Presentation:  Conservation Officer Fish & Game, James Benvenuti                                                                with presentation on K9 partner, Cora.                                                             
                                                        Guest Speaker:  Lou Zambello, presenting: Tactics and Strategies for Catching Difficult and
                       Pressured Fish.  louzambello@gmail.com

                                March 4       Short Presentation:  Possible TIC teachers and Scott W (NH Kid’s Trout Camp)
                                                    Guest Speaker:  Tom / Dan Harrison, Harrison Anglers, presenting: Targeting                                                          Big Wild Brown Trout in Western Massachusetts Rivers.  Tom@harrisonanglers.com

April 1          Short Presentation:  Date currently open
                                                                   Guest Speaker:  Zak Robinson, Rising Tide Anglers, Presenting: New                                                                England Saltwater FlyFly Fishing Season – Stripers, Sharks, Fals
Albacore.  

Monthly Meetings

When:  GBTU chapter meetings are held on the first Monday of every month, from October till April.  All are welcome to attend and we encourage you to bring friends and family.  

Time: Meetings start at 6pm and typically last till 8pm.  However, with our new meeting location, many members show up at 5pm, grab a bite to eat, drink an adult beverage, tie some flies, and talk tall tales of their fishing adventures.

Where:  Roundabout Diner.  Rte 95 & Rte 1, on the Portsmouth Traffic Circle
Costs:  All of our monthly meetings are open to the public (TU members and non-members), and there is no charge for attendance.  However, in recognition of our efforts to host monthly meetings, and our continued efforts in the areas of local conservation-restoration-education, we kindly suggest making a cash donation (at each meeting we simply pass the hat). All cash donations are welcome, but typical donations range from $5-$10, per person.  In advance, thank you for your continued support of Great Bay TU.   

     

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