Until We Meet Again
conservation / fishing

Until We Meet Again

We are saddened to report that long-time Massanutten Trout Unlimited member and MTU Board member Kemper Eagle passed away Friday, March 8. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Kemper’s wife Rosemarie and the Eagle family in this time of mourning. Please check the Daily New Record for additional information. Several members can boast a … Continue reading

Massanutten TU Upcoming Events 2019
Beaver Creek / conservation / fishing / Special Events / Upcoming Monthly Meetings / water issues

Massanutten TU Upcoming Events 2019

January 22Annual Landowners DinnerWood Grill Buffet | DirectionsHarrisonburg, 6:00 PM Massanutten Chapter of Trout Unlimited annually hosts a buffet dinner for the landowners who grant access to Beaver Creek and Mossy Creek fly fishermen. Join other MTU members on January 22 as we thank the families who grant fly fishing on their property through agreements with VDGIF and … Continue reading

Dr. Peter Brookes “Fishing the Tidal Basin” Oct 9th
Education / fishing / James River / smallmouth

Dr. Peter Brookes “Fishing the Tidal Basin” Oct 9th

Please join us on Tuesday, October 9 as D.C.-dweller Dr. Peter Brookes regales us with tall tales of the urban angler with his talk: “Yes, Mr. Jefferson, believe it or not you can fish in the Tidal Basin!” Thinking of himself as a “foreign policy geek by day and outdoor scribbler by night,” Dr. Brookes artfully combines a distinguished career … Continue reading

Feb 14th:  Tom Benzing–“Fishing for Landlocked Salmon and Large Brook Trout in Maine.”
fishing / Past Monthly Meetings

Feb 14th: Tom Benzing–“Fishing for Landlocked Salmon and Large Brook Trout in Maine.”

  Tom Benzing is a professor in the Department of Integrated Science and Technology at James Madison University. Tom earned his PhD in crop and soil science/environmental toxicology from Michigan State University and he has worked as a research scientist for the South River Science Team and for the Shenandoah River Fish Kill Task Force. … Continue reading