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Friday, March 18, 2011

9th Annual Spring Event!

This coming Saturday is the 9th annual Spring Event sponsered by the combined Lehigh Valley chapters of Trout Unlimited.

This year, the guest speaker will be Michael McAuliffe�, presenting his Twelve Months Fishing Our Freestone Streams. Michael, of Rise Form Studio, and his professional fly tying partner John Collins, have completed extensive research on the upper South Branch of the Raritan River, New Jersey. Michael has presented this lecture previously to audiences at the 2010 Fly Fishing Show in Somerset, NJ, but it has been since updated with new information.

The Spring Event will be hosted by the Stockertown Rod and Gun Club. The doors for this even open at 9am, and Michael's presentation will begin at 10am. Please join us with free admission, a continental breakfast, and a fantastic raffle to benefit the TU chapters of the Lehigh Valley.

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Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Monocacy Chapter of TU Meeting and Program for March

March 22 - Program - Early Season on the Monocacy Creek - presented by Jeff Shafer - Monocacy TU Chapter board member...Jeff will present a brief slide show on fishing the Monocacy in late March. This will be followed by a fly tying session with several chapter members tying their favorite early season pattern.

Saturday, March 26 - The 9th Annual Spring Event sponsored by the Lehigh Valley Chapters of Trout Unlimited...presents Michael McAuliffe  - 12 months Fishing our Freestone Streams...Michael of Rise Form Studio and his professional fly tying partner, John Collins, have completed extensive research and sampling on the upper South Branch of the Raritan River, NJ. This lecture was presented at the 2010 Fly Fishing Show in Somerset, NJ and has been updated since. Doors open at 9:00 a.m....program starts at 10:00 a.m...Stockertown Rod and Gun admission, continental breakfast...Super Raffle!

Sunday, March 6, 2011

Fracking Report

Originally posted in the IEEE Spectrum

POSTED BY: Bill Sweet  /  Tue, March 01, 2011
A major investigative report published by The New York Times this last Sunday, February 27, identified important environmental hazards in natural gas fracking that previously have received little or no attention. Easily the most eye-catching is the disclosure that waste water from natural gas drilling wells sometimes contains levels of radioactivity that far exceed Federal drinking water standards. But that is not the only significant concern to be aired.