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The Arkansas Chapter of Trout Unlimited (Chapter #514) is based in the Northwest corner of the state of Arkansas. We are one of three active TU chapters in the state of Arkansas. We hold monthly meetings from September through May. We do not hold meetings during the summer months of June, July, and August. If you are interested in trout fishing and conservation, please join us. Everyone is welcome to attend our meetings.

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Keeping Our Tailwaters TANGLE FREE

Keeping Our Tailwaters TANGLE FREE

Arkansas TU Chapter 514 members recently completed an important objective below Beaver Dam in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.  TU Chapter 514 semi-annual clean up projects, clearly identified the proliferation of discarded fishing line in the water, access points and along the river bank.  This discovery created a strategic action plan to develop and introduce a signage and line disposal approach to protect our home water against this environmental challenge. 

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Come hear our guest speaker Scott Branyan

May 5th at 6:00 p.m.

Our guest speaker for the month of May will be Scott Branyan, the owner and operator of Ozark Fly Flinger. Scott is a native Arkansan, fly guide, and conservationist. As of 2003, he has guided clients from over 40 states and Canada. Scott will be demonstrating fly tying techniques for patterns guaranteed to land summer trout in Arkansas. Visit for more info about Scott and his services. 

The meeting will be held at Whole Hog Café in Fayetteville on Monday, May 5th. Social Time/Dinner starts at 6:00 with the presentation to follow. The meeting will be the last before summer break and the fall series begin.

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Chapter’s March meeting

Chapter’s March meeting

Monday 17th | 6:00 p.m.

The Chapter’s March meeting will be held on Monday, the 17th at Whole Hog Café in Fayetteville.  Our guest speaker will be Timothy Jones. 

Timothy Jones practices environmental law for Tyson Foods, Inc. in Northwest Arkansas.  Previously, he worked for the U.S. Department of Justice, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Arkansas Attorney General's Office.  Jones' family can be traced to the middle Buffalo in the late-1800s, and he became familiar with the river at a very early age.  He frequently recreates in the watershed, canoeing, fishing and hiking.  Timothy Jones has a B.A. from the University of Tulsa, a J.D. from the University of Arkansas, and an LL.M. from George Washington University.

Social time/Dinner starts at 6:00 with the presentation to follow.”

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