What is the NC TU State Council?
Brian Esque the NCTU Council Chair recently sat down to help elaborate on what the North Carolina Trout Unlimited Council’s role was and develop a clearer understanding of what their role and responsibilities are within Trout Unlimited and how they support our local chapter.
Here is the complete article by Brian.
Southeastern Regional Rendezvous in Asheville
We are excited to announce that the Trout Unlimited Southeastern Regional Rendezvous has chosen our hometown for the event this year. TU Regional Rendezvous are occasions to be inspired — by the work of TU staff, lessons from volunteer leaders, and conversations with...
STRANGERS IN OUR STREAMS:
NON-NATIVE AQUATIC SPECIES IN THE SMOKIES
Great Smoky Mountains National Park (GRSM) is world-renowned-for its biodiversity. The park is home to common, threatened, endangered, and non-native species alike. There are over 70 native and 10 non-native fish, as well as over 8 native and 3 non-native aquatic...
A Brief History of Trout in Western North Carolina
It’s curious how trout as a gamefish species are one of the most popular for anglers to target, and yet at the same time are incredibly misunderstood. This is especially true when it comes to the history of trout fishing in Western North Carolina, which is as complex...
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.
Officers & Board Members
- Neal Labrie, President
- Ron Bradford, Vice President
- Cliff Albertson, Treasurer
- Jeffrey Skolnick, Secretary
- Jay Hawthorne, Conservation Chair
- John Miko, Past President
- Jamey Grant, Communications
- Bruce Johnson, Fund Raising
- Andrew Kabel , Trout in the Classroom
- Kip Pritchard, Events and Meetings