No More Meetings Until September Go Fishing!!!
New Member Special Offer!!
Not a member of Trout Unlimited? New Members can Join Trout Unlimited for
FREE!! Go to the Join TU National page.
Clays to Save the Bay
The Issac Walton League's Wildlife Achievement Center is once again having a fun shoot fund raiser for PPTU. Proceeds from this event will go to PPTU in support of our conservation and educational activities. The date is Sunday August 27th from 10am till 3:00pm. Additional details are on the
Annual Supporting Contributions are due!
All members are asked to please keep their ASC's current! If you have not made your Annual Supporting Contribution for this year, please do so now
on line or by bringing their $20 to the next meeting.
Latest Conservationist The latest Chapter Publication, "
The Conservationist," is available using the Chapter Publication Link.
Next Beer Tie!
The next BEER TIE is scheduled for August 14th from 7-9 PM at the
in Beltsville, MD. You're invited to "Tie" one on with us that evening. Bring your tying gear and get ready for an evening of fun. For those that don't tie, don't worry. We'll have a vice or two free so you can step in and see what its all about. You're also welcome to just sit back and watch or additionally enjoy the food and spirits offered by the Bistro. Please bring cash to pay for your food and spirits as "Checks may not be split up".
Old Line Fine Wine, Spirits & Bistro
Latest Outing Report
The OUTING REPORT for the May Savage River Campout is available in the
The NEXT OUTING is to the Yellow Breeches for the White Fly Hatch in August. Additional details will be available on the PPCTU Forum and/or in the
Chapter Merchandise Check the
section for the Easton Press Collector's Edition Trout Fishing Classics and the collection of books purchased at the 2016 MAC Banquet that are now on sale. Merchandise
Chapter Library Check the
section for DVD's, and yes a few videocassettes, available for rental at the Chapter meetings! Library
Stream Restoration Video An excellent video of a stream restoration can be seen at
Stream Restoration. It shows what can be done to improve a stream without disrupting the surrounding environment. By all means check it out.
PPTU - AMAZONSMILE
We recently created a fundraising account with AmazonSmile. If you shop at AmazonSmile instead of the regular Amazon website, Amazon will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to our chapter. You can go to AmazonSmile by clicking on the AmazonSmile image under Miscellaneous in the left hand column.
We hope you bookmark the site and remember to use it while doing some of your on line shopping. This is another great way to help support our chapter.
Fly Patterns from January Tying Demonstrations
Did you forget to pick up an instruction sheet for that fly at the January Tying Demonstrations? No worry! The patterns demonstrated are posted in the
Fly Tying section!
Patapsco River Restoration
Ashlee Horne's presentation of the Patapsco River Restoration project at our February 2017 Chapter Meeting can be reviewed in
Maryland Public Angler Access Map
Interested in finding a new public access point on your favority "little blue line" in Maryland? Curious about where the stream changes from "non-tidal" to "tidal"? Want to know the flow rate for that stretch of water, but not sure if there is a stream gauge? Then check out the Maryland DNR Public Access Angler Map link on the
Stream Conditions section.
One on one stream side fly fishing instruction is available to PPTU members.
Go to the page for details. Mentor Program Conservation Activities
PPTU is a conservation organization dedicated to the
preservation of coldwater fisheries and their watersheds. As such, we see
it as an obligation, and an honor, to be active in this mission. If we are
to succeed as a TU chapter, we need all of us working together! We need
your suggestions and ideas on what we should be doing, how we cold improve on
what we are already doing, and how we can make this organization more meaningful
to you. Let us know what kinds of projects you think PPTU should be
sinking its human and financial resources into, and what kinds of projects you
would like to get involved in. How can we be more involved in coldwater
conservation activities that would merit your interest and involvement?
Any and all ideas or suggestions are welcome, and very much appreciated!
Your opinions are instrumental in helping to formulate what we are going to do
as a chapter. Please, take a few moments to help the
chapter by sending your suggestions via e-mail to