Chapter Meetings

Come out to our January Chapter Meeting this Tuesday January the 11th at Highland Brewing. This is our Annual Fly Tying night at Highlands and is always a great time.  If you are interested in tying some flies with us shoot us an email at so we can coordinate space and an extension cord etc.

For those that are healthy and ready to ease back into in-person meetings we hope to see you there.

Thanks you all of you for sticking with both TU and our chapter through the last year. Our commitment to cold water protection and education is as firm as ever. 

As always, if you have any questions just email us at


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There is in the very haunts of the brook trout a suggestion of where it gets its vigor and wariness: the cold, clear streams where the water is pure; brooks that wind in and out over rocky and pebbly beds, here shaded by trees and there dashing through the open–it makes us feel vigorous even to think of such streams.

Handbook of Nature Study by Anna Botsford Comstock, 1911.

Officers & Board Members

  • Neal Labrie, President
  • Cliff Albertson, Treasurer
  • John Miko, Past President
  • Jay Hawthorne, Conservation Chair
  • Andrew Kabel, TIC coordinator
  • David Vigue, Board Member
  • Tom Tenbrunsel, Board Member
  • Brown Hobson, Board Member
  • Jamey Grant, Board Member
  • Jeffrey Skolnick- Secretary