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Chapter meetings are held the last Tuesday of

each month except for July, August and December.

Meetings begin at 7:30 PM with a fly tying session that begins at 6:00 PM

Meetings are held at the Orvis Shop,

4545 Transit Road, Williamsville, New York.

 

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Our next Chapter meeting will be held at the Orvis Shop, 4545 Transit Road, Williamsville. PLEASE NOTE THIS WILL BE THE NEW REGULAR LOCATION OF OUR CHAPTER MEETINGS. Our original presenter for the 1/29 meeting that was cancelled is not available on 2/5. Our presenter for 2/5 will be WNY TU Chapter President, Chuck Godfrey. Chuck's presentation is titled: "Trout Unlimited - Who We Are and What We Do." This presentation will provide a good overview of our organization and how those who are interested can become involved. Fly tying starts at 6 p.m.. Please bring black thread. The pattern will be Bead Head Woolly Bugger. Meetings open to the public.

On Feb. 26th, Fisheries Biologist Scott Cornett and Principle Fisheries Technician Jim Zanett will attend our meeting and present on 2018 fish sampling surveys, Region 9 coldwater fisheries issues,  etc.  This is always one of our most well-attended and most interesting meetings.

On March 26 we will have Margi Annihan and staff from Messenger Woods, speaking on wildlife rehabilitation.  She will have some birds from the center with her.

April 30th we will host Rich ruby, the US Army Corps of Engineers biologist on the Scoby Dam Fish Passage Project who is leading the fish passage design and environmental assessment.  Jim Markham of the DEC is going to try to be in attendance also.  This should be a great meeting for anyone interested in the fish passage, the effect on steelhead fishing in Cattaraugus Creek, and its effects on the existing wild trout fishery above the dam.

 

 
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