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Beautiful lunch view from Livingston's back patio

2017 Work Schedule

The 2017 Green Bay Trout Unlimited's work project schedule is getting booked. Check it out.

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Chris, Dave, John and Doug haul logs

July 15th, 2017 WPR

Here is the Work Project Report (WPR) for July 15th, 2017 where GBTU, ORTU, the USFS and the WDNR teamed up to work on Shawano Creek.

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KFD July 2017

July 12, 2017 marked the 26th annual Kids Fishing Day put on by the Green Bay Chapter Trout Unlimited, Brown County Services PALS program, Green Bay Exchange Club, and the Izaak Walton League at the Izaak Walton ponds in Bellevue, Wisconsin.

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June 2017 Picnic

On June 1st, 23 members of Green Bay Trout Unlimited (GBTU), including their family members, enjoyed fellowship and good food at the NEW Zoo Pine Forest Pavillion.

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WITU Summer Camp Attendee

Youth Activities Update

Green Bay TU positively impacted dozens of area youth through camp sponsorship's, hands-on teaching and more.

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Lake Management Challenges

The WDNR is holding several public meetings to discuss the future management of Lake Michigan trout and salmon, including a proposed 61.5% reduction in chinook stocking in 2017.

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Peyton showing off his catch

June 11th Fishing Trip

The Fishing Trip Committee is pleased to announce the first fishing trip of the year centered from Wautoma. Please join us for a day of fishing, fun, and fellowship.

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Trout Stream Habitat Work

Program #3 – Brown Co Trout Streams

On January 7th, water resources supervisor Jim Snitgen will be sharing habitat work the Oneida Nation is doing on Brown County trout streams, how many trout are there, and more.

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Where Have All the Trout Gone ?

In a county once known for its clear trout streams and rivers, all of Kewaunee County's three rivers – the East Twin, Ahnapee and Kewaunee – are now on the EPA's Impaired Waters list. What happened ?

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Program #2 – Langlade County Spring Ponds

Whether you want to discover new trout fishing spots, care about the protection of one-of-a-kind coldwater resources or both...you will want to be at GBTU's second program of the meeting season.

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GBTU’s First Guest Speaker – Tim Waters

Come and join us Thursday, October 1st for our first program of the meeting season. Tim Waters will share decades of experience fishing one of America's top 100 trout waters, the Wolf River and it's tributaries.

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