Friday, November 7, 2014

Register Now for the 2015 Kid's Summer Camp

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

Registration for 2015 Kid's TU Trout Camp is Open!

Watch the video of the 2014 Camp below:

Enjoy the Slide Show of the 2014 Camp below:

To register read and follow the directions in the camp brochure below (also found on our Trout Camp for Kid's page).

Preview of GBTU 2014-2015 Programs

Mark Your Calendar for the Upcoming Season!

  Here is a brief look at the programs and speakers we have lined up for the coming season. Speaker bios, pictures and presentation details will appear on our a new "Upcoming Speakers" page shortly.


Remember, all of the meetings below will take place at the Roundabout Diner Function Room located at the Portsmouth Traffic Circle and begin at 6PM. Food and drink is always available for you at the diner. Come on down and relax with friends after a busy day at work.

Upcoming GBTU Program Schedule for 2014-2015

Monday, November 3, 2014
Short Presentation- Speaker, John Bunker, GBTU Member and UNH Assoc. Dean
Topic: Yellowstone River - Volunteering fly fishing
Feature Presentation- Speaker, Jeff Barnum, Great Bay-Piscataqua Waterkeeper
Topic: Water Quality and Oyster Restoration in the Piscataqua River.

Monday, December 1, 2014
Short Presentation- Speaker, Brian Hart, Executive Director of Southeast Land Trust
Topic:  Protecting and Managing Land in the Great Bay Area
Feature Presentation- Speaker, Mark Geppert - GBTU Member
Topic: TBA

Monday, January 5, 2015
Short Presentation- Speaker, Rich Hutchins, President, 3 Rivers Stocking Association
Topic:  3 River organization and fishing tactics for the Lamprey, Cocheco, and Isinglass. 
Feature Presentation- Speaker, Tom Cormier - Eldredge Brothers Fly Shop
Topic: TBA

Monday, February 2, 2015
Short Presentation- Speaker, Theresa Walker, Exeter-Squamscott River Local Advisory  Committee (ESRLAC) 
Topic: NH River's management program and info on ESRLAC 
Feature Presentation- Speaker,  Chris Jackson - Fly Fish the Deerfield River
Topic: Nymphing Tactics for Big Browns

Monday, March 2, 2015
Short Presentation- Speaker, Dianne Timmins, NH F&G Cold Water Fisheries Biologist
Topic: 7yr Radio Telemetry Project and the Eastern Brook Trout Joint Venture.
Feature Presentation- Speaker, Paul Jacobs - Reel Action Fly Fishing
Topic: Fishing for Steelhead, Salmon, and Browns

Monday, April 6, 2015
Short Presentation- Speaker, Sharon Meeker, LRAC Lamprey River Advisory Committee
Topic:  Lamprey River - Wild and Scenic - 14 towns in the Lamprey River watershed.
Feature Presentation- Speaker, Walt Geryk, Northeast Fly Fishing Guide, Spey Doctor 
Topic: Fishing New Brunswick for Atlantic Salmon, Trout, and Stripers

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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.   

Go to our Past Speakers & Events page to see what you missed this past season.
We also have ongoing fly tying opportunities go to our Education page and check them out.

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