Kids’ Fishing Day Summary
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GBTU, the PALS Program, the Izaak Walton League, Thrivent Financial, Festival Foods and the Green Bay exchange club joined forces to help 65-70 Brown County Kids enjoy an afternoon of fishing, food and fun.
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We completed our second work project, clearing tag Alders and brush bundling on the South Branch of the Oconto June 20th, with only a light rain falling toward the end the morning.
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On Saturday, June 20th Green Bay Trout Unlimited will be holding our second work project of the season. We will be brushing a stretch of the Upper South Branch Oconto River.
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On Thursday, May 21st Green Bay Trout Unlimited started the work project season by painting the covered bridge by our education trail on Haller's Creek.
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Area trout streams will be receiving some extra help this summer due to the efforts of the Green Bay, Marinette and Oconto Chapters of Trout Unlimited.
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The 2015 GBTU work project schedule is set. We have 4 stream/river restoration days plus Kids' Fishing Day.
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Fourteen members of the Green Bay Trout Unlimited and two Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources specialists remove debris, trash and log jams from Wausaukee River on August 16, 2014.
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Our 3rd work project of the summer on July 19th, 2014 was on the upper North Branch Oconto River where we bundled brush, narrowed channels and reconstructed banks. This 500 foot section that we improved was upstream of prior years work.
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On June 21st, Green Bay Trout Unlimited's 2nd work project of the year was on Spring Creek feeding the Wolf. Three TU Chapters and the WDNR worked Saturday morning on improvements.
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On June 4th, the WDNR launched " the Dredge " into Hemlock Spring Pond. These ponds were created by the last glacier and the original ponds were much deeper and colder.
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On May 17th, 2014, GBTU members embarked on the first work project of the year and cleaned up the Trout Educational Trail across from the NEW Zoo.
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On August 17th, over 35 Trout Unlimited members converged on Ninemile Creek, a tributary of the Wolf River, to clear heavy cover of tag Alders, bundle that brush, and place those bundles to narrow stream channel, increase flow and scour channel itself.
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On July 20th, 15 workers ventured to the upper North Branch of the Oconto River to continue work from two years prior with Tom Moris of the U.S. Forest Service. Brush bundles and woody trout covers were installed.
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On June 15th 2013, the Chapter finished stream rock placement began in May. The rock repaired old trout habitat bank cover structures which GBTU helped install ~1981.
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