November Chapter Meeting  

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Monday, November 23rd, 2020 - 6:30pm to Monday, November 23rd, 2020 - 8:00pm

November Chapter Meeting  

 

Annual Business Meeting Update, Elections, and Guest Speaker Bill Bernhardt, Director of Guide Operations & Head guide for Lopstick Outfitters

 

Monday, Nov 23rd,

630PM: Welcome & Social 

  • Attendee Poll

  • New Member Special - tu.org/intro

 

645PM: Annual Meeting

  • Chapter Review 

  • Election: Officers & Board Members

 

700PM: Bill Bernhardt, Lopstick Lodge & Outfitters

 

Meeting & Presentation via Zoom, please register in advance:
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYlcOysqzguHtAI2zm2ftnbgacbVTr...

 

GBTU Election Slate * = voting tonight

Officers (term)

President: Rui Coelho (12/31/2021) *

Vice President: HOLD OPEN for March Annual Mtg Reset

Treasurer: Steve Kundrot (12/31/2021) *

Secretary: Mike Andresino  (12/31/2021) – NEW *

 

Board Members   (term)

Chris Hirsch (12/31/2021)

Fred Jennings (12/31/2021)

Rob Cantow (12/31/2023) - NEW *

Mike Yeomans (12/31/2023) - NEW *

Jeff North (12/31/2023) - NEW *

 

Guest Speaker - Bill Bernhardt, Lopstick

The Upper Connecticut Region of New Hampshire is considered one of the prime fly fishing grounds of the Eastern United States. The headwaters of the mighty Connecticut River rise near the Canadian border. As the river begins its 440-mile route to the sea, it is collected in a series of impoundment lakes. The tail-water dams discharge the icy cold water into fast-running streams. They are the perfect environment for the Brook Trout, Rainbows, and Brown Trout, as well as Landlocked Salmon on their annual springtime and fall spawning run.

 

The sections of the Connecticut River below Second Connecticut Lake and First Connecticut Lake are reserved for fly fishing anglers only. There are shallow, rocky rapids, quiet backwater pools, and fast-running deep channels. On both banks the native vegetation gives rise to the amazing variety of insect life that provides the main source of food for the voracious fish: the caddisflies, the mayflies, the duns; these are species the anglers must know to duplicate with their offerings.

 

This results in a fly fishing paradise that results in some of the best fly fishing in New England.

 

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