Pizza and a movie: Davy Wotton “Wet fly Ways”
We hope to see you at our meeting on Thursday January 16, 2014 at the Wallingford Rod & Gun Club.
Our meeting will feature John Springer's brand new program on the Missouri River and the Madison River. John has been fishing those rivers in Montana for over twenty years and he is prepared to show you his latest trips from the summer and fall of 2013.
Thursdays meeting will also include chapter announcements, raffle, and a light dinner (pulled pork). Drinks and refreshments are available before the meeting while it lasts. The doors will open at 6:15 pm, and the meeting begins at 7 pm sharp.
In 2008 the Hamonasset Chapter commissioned James Prosek to paint a Farm River brown trout to raise awareness of our fish passage project on the Farm River. The project is moving forward to the fundraising stage. We need to raise money this year for construction in 2014 and we have fewer than 20 prints remaining.
HCTU also hopes to sell the original painting and remaining 5 artist proofs.
The limited edition prints (Limited to just 50) are being sold for $200 each.
We need to raise money this year for construction in 2014 and we have fewer than 20 prints remaining.
Our chapter will also be raffling off a framed print in April. Only 50 tickets will be sold for a $5 donation each. Now is your chance to get one - or take a chance and win one.
If you want to buy a ticket for just $5 or inquire about the original painting, print or artist proofs, contact Kevin fuller at 860-632-2171 or email at
firstname.lastname@example.org or come to our meeting to enter the raffle..
The Feb 2013 HCTU newsletter is here. Download it now to see the latest calendar, read about this month's speaker and more.
NEW HAVEN — A new tick-borne infection, similar to Lyme disease, has been found in humans in this region for the first time, according to researchers at the Yale schools of Public Health and Medicine.
And while its unfamiliarity may result in some misdiagnosis — the disease, carried by deer ticks, has yet to be given a name — the good news is that the same treatment used for Lyme disease will cure this infection as well.
The latest version of the newsletter is ready. It covers Oct and Nov 2012. Get it now.