Boiceville Inn | Trout Unlimited Anniversary Celebration
April 14 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The Asohokan-Pepacton Watershed Chapter of Trout Unlimited Anniversary Celebration will be a special evening savoring the thirty years of protecting and preserving wild trout fisheries in the eastern Catskills. This festive evening is open to all chapter members, their spouses and guests, as well as the general public.
Trout Unlimited is, simply put, the reason that there are still fish in the streams of the Catskills. For three decades, this Trout Unlimited chapter has been actively involved in local conservation undertakings, and is a key conservation partner in Catskills Trout Tales.
A feast, a celebration, and an opportunity to support an organization that every day lives the motto “love it to life” when they bring their love of nature to their work and their play. Consider becoming a member!
Saturday, April 14
$30 per person
Reservations due by April 7!
Please contact Chapter VP Tony Cocozza to reserve a spot. We are also soliciting donations for the evening’s auction. Contact Tony if you would like to donate an item.
More About Trout Unlimited
From the Asohokan-Pepacton Watershed Chapter of Trout Unlimited website:
Fly fishing is our passion. Trout are our cause. Healthy waters are our goal.
2009 marked the 50th anniversary of Trout Unlimited. Started in 1959 by 16 anglers in Grayling, Michigan who wanted to protect their local river, TU has grown to 140,000 members in 400 local chapters throughout the country. Today, TU commands a $30 million annual budget and employs more than 120 professional scientists, grassroots organizers, lawyers and policy experts, who, together with volunteer activists, make TU the nation’s leading river and fisheries conservation organization.
TU’s mission is to conserve, protect, restore, and sustain North America’s trout and salmon fisheries and their watersheds. “Take care of the fish and the fishing will take care of itself.” This simple idea launched TU in 1959 and it inspires us still.
Meetings for the Ashokan-Pepacton Chapter are held on the fourth Wednesday of the month at the Boiceville Inn on Route 28. Most meetings include fly-tying or other demonstrations, discussions of chapter business and local stream-related issues and a guest speaker, presentation or slide show.