Register For Big CleanupTo sign up for the Big Clinch River Cleanup, click here.
New AdditionsCheck the Papers page for this year's strategic plan and work plan—and keep an eye on the Big Cleanup page as plans develop for the fourth annual Big Clinch River Cleanup on July 23.
Join Our Chapter!
For a discounted newcomer membership in the Clinch River Chapter and the national Trout Unlimited, including the award-winning Trout magazine, click here. Be sure to fill in the "Chapter" field by scrolling down to Tennessee and filling in "662 - Clinch River Chapter."
Directions To Our Meeting PlaceChapter meetings are held the second Thursday of the month except when special activities are scheduled. From Knoxville, take I-75 North to Exit 122 (Norris/Clinton); turn right (east) toward Andersonville and drive about a mile to Highway 441 North; turn left (north) toward Norris Dam. (If you reach the traffic light where 441 turns right, you missed the turn; go back!) On 441 North, travel about a mile and turn right on West Norris Road. St. Francis Episcopal Church is about three blocks on the left; we meet upstairs in the parish hall.
Disabled Veteran LicenseIf you're a disabled veteran who needs a Tennessee fishing license, click on the link below—it will take you to the state's application for a permanent Disabled Veteran Fishing License. It costs $10 and is good forever. (You will need to provide a copy of your Form DD214.) Here's the link: http://www.tn.gov/assets/entities/twra/attachments/misclisc.pdf
Clinch River Chapter Leaders, 2015-16
* President: Dennis Baxter, firstname.lastname@example.org or (865) 494-6337.
* Vice president: Melissa Maples-Harrell, email@example.com or (865) 804-5491.
* Secretary: Wayne Springer, firstname.lastname@example.org or (423) 365-6522.
* Treasurer: Dave Harrell, email@example.com or (865) 803-4541.
* Past president: Dick Geiger, firstname.lastname@example.org or (865) 599-2604.
* Directors: Rachel Baxter, email@example.com or (865) 494-6337; Tony Gregg, firstname.lastname@example.org or (865) 607-3785; Wayne Nobles, email@example.com or (865) 335-2485; Dianne Sowell, firstname.lastname@example.org or (865) 567-4899; Steve Thompson, email@example.com or (865) 773-3343; and Dennis Yankee, firstname.lastname@example.org or (865) 494-6323.
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Facebook Pages To Watch
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* Clinch River Chapter of Trout Unlimited
* Project Healing Waters - Knoxville, TN
* Vols on the Fly - UT fly fishing club
* Women of Trout Unlimited
The Clinch River Chapter will join the oldfashioned Independence Day celebration known as Norris Day on Monday, July 4, in downtown Norris. It’s a quaint smalltown celebration—decorated bicycles, rubber […]
The Clinch River Chapter of Trout Unlimited conserves, protects and enhances the Clinch River tailwater below Norris Dam in Anderson County, East Tennessee. We work hands-on to ensure the river’s […]
To keep the Clinch pristine, we clean up roads and shorelines along the river as well as removing litter from the riverbed itself. We have conducted at least one in-river […]
Introducing youngsters to the joys of the outdoors—and teaching them about aquatic natural resources along the way—is one of our favorite endeavors. We work through schools, clubs, camps and scouting […]
We reach out in many ways—not only to increase public awareness of the Clinch River’s ecological and economic importance but also as support for such neighbors as military veterans with […]
Many anglers who have fished the premier trout waters of the United States consider the Clinch River tailwater one of the finest trout fisheries in the country. For fly anglers, […]
The fourth annual Big Clinch River Cleanup is set for Saturday, July 23, starting at 8 a.m. with breakfast at the scenic Museum of Appalachia in Norris. For details on […]
Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing (PHWFF), our partner organization that helps disabled veterans via fly fishing, is expanding into Maryville … but before getting to that great news, please consider […]
If you enjoy fishing in Great Smoky Mountains National Park—or just visiting there—you can add to your experience by becoming a volunteer with fisheries activities in the park. To see […]