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    CHAPTER MEETING MARCH 19, 2015-CALHOUN'S ON THE RIVER 6:00PM
    This past month would try the patience of Job as far as the weather went, let's hope March will be kinder to us. Our next meeting is scheduled for Thursday, March 19, 2015, which will be held at Calhoun's on the River at 400 Neyland Dr Knoxville, TN 37902. The meeting starts at 6:00 PM with a social hour for those who wish to order drinks and food (not required). I am happy to say David Knapp has graciously rescheduled his February presentation with us after we had to cancel due to the weather! I especially wanted our members and guests to see and hear his talk on Colorado fly fishing the Rockies, and in March I imagine we can maybe get some Smokies spring fishing tips also. As always you do not have to be a TU member to attend; come on out and let's talk fishing! See his information below.



    "David Knapp grew up fishing the waters of middle and eastern Tennessee, especially the waters of the Great Smoky Mountains. By the late '90s, he was delving into the tail water game, learning the ins and outs of fishing midges and other bugs that are especially prevalent on rivers like the Caney Fork and Clinch. Starting in 2004, David has spent a considerable amount of time around the western United States, fishing in Arizona, Colorado, Montana, Utah, and Wyoming. In 2012, he moved to Colorado for a year and a half which allowed him to continue to gain additional skills and learn some new techniques from seasoned Rocky Mountain anglers. Now, David has moved back to his home state of Tennessee and is guiding in the Great Smoky Mountains as well as on area tail waters.

    Colorado offers a wide variety of fishing opportunities, from high alpine lakes above tree line to meandering meadow streams, deep canyon tail waters to rich freestone rivers, and everything in between, Colorado has it all, if you are a trout fisherman that is. Join David Knapp as he highlights some of the great trout fishing the state has as well as the incredible scenic beauty that might just make you take your eye off of the river long enough to miss a few strikes. In particular, David will talk about the Gunnison basin, the upper forks of the South Platte, and Rocky Mountain National Park."
    Last edited by bigsur; 03-17-2015 at 03:21 PM.
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