Conserving and restoring the Watauga, South Holston, & Nolichucky watersheds in Northeast Tennessee.

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Our Next Chapter Meeting

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Skills Clinic

Join us as we meet at Meredith Valley Farms for our annual skills clinic.  We will have fly tying, knot tying, fly casting and other activities available.  

WHEN

Tuesday, July 19

7:00 PM

WHERE

Meredith Valley Farms Pavillion

107 Meredith Valley Ln

Elizabethton, TN

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Fundraising Banquet

This years Fundraising Banquet will be held on Saturday, October 15th at the DoubleTree Hotel in Johnson City.  Prices are $40 each or $70 per couple, children 10 and under are $10.  The ticket price includes a meal, door prize, and access to the online auction.  ​Tickets for the banquet can be purchased at one of our events or you can CLICK HERE to purchase them online.

This year we will be selling tickets for our "You Pick" Raffle.  The winner gets their choice of a Kimber Pistol, a Henry Rifle, a Winston Fly Rod, or an Orvis Fly Rod.  We will also be raffling off a custom made Sage TXL-F 7'10" 000 wt. fly rod with an Abel TR-Light Brook Trout Reel (valued at over $1,200).  These raffle tickets can be purchased at any of our events or meetings.

Information panel in Roan Mt
Information panel in Roan Mt

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Buffalo Creek Trash Trout
Buffalo Creek Trash Trout

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Information panel in Roan Mt
Information panel in Roan Mt

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Trash Trout Installations

Many thanks to the 14 volunteers from Ashville Green Works, The Watauga Riverkeepers, The Overmountain Chapter of Trout Unlimited, and the Roan Mountain Recreation Foundation who helped install Trash Trouts on the Doe River in Roan Mountain and on Buffalo Creek in Elizabethton on Thursday 3/31.  An information panel was also installed in Roan Mountain telling about the Trash Trout and about the legacy of Todd Burleson.   These two devices will collect plastic that is floating in the streams. The Watauga Riverkeepers will empty the traps on a routine basis. This is just one more way to help clean up our local streams and rivers.

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