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Boise, Idaho


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Jul
2nd
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Trueblood board meeting.

Trueblood board meeting.

Apr
30th
Wed
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Have you seen our Fly Casting Tournament video yet?

Apr
28th
Mon
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The Ted Trueblood Chapter of Trout Unlimited will be offering a wilderness medicine course designed for anglers. The 8 hour course, taught by Longleaf Wilderness Medicine (http://www.longleafmedical.com), will address the specific needs of anglers on water. The morning session will cover CPR, submersion injuries, hypothermia and cold injuries, bites and stings. The afternoon session will cover musculoskeletal injuries and splinting, wounds and wound care (including hook removal), ear, nose and teeth injuries, and first aid kit building. The course will be held in MK Nature Center, May 17 and will be split into two four hour sessions with a break for lunch. The cost for the class is $65.00, Lunch is not included. 
    Space is limited, Phone:  344-0284 or email jpaul7@q.com to reserve.

The Ted Trueblood Chapter of Trout Unlimited will be offering a wilderness medicine course designed for anglers. The 8 hour course, taught by Longleaf Wilderness Medicine (http://www.longleafmedical.com), will address the specific needs of anglers on water.

The morning session will cover CPR, submersion injuries, hypothermia and cold injuries, bites and stings.

The afternoon session will cover musculoskeletal injuries and splinting, wounds and wound care (including hook removal), ear, nose and teeth injuries, and first aid kit building.

The course will be held in MK Nature Center, May 17 and will be split into two four hour sessions with a break for lunch. The cost for the class is $65.00, Lunch is not included.

Space is limited, Phone:  344-0284 or email jpaul7@q.com to reserve.

Mar
14th
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We had nearly 60 people come to the TU meeting on Wednesday night at the MK Nature Center for a program presentation from the Henry’s Fork Foundation.

We had nearly 60 people come to the TU meeting on Wednesday night at the MK Nature Center for a program presentation from the Henry’s Fork Foundation.

Mar
9th
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Here is a video on the work at Mores and Grimes Creeks over the years.  This video was shot last June at Mores Creek.

Feb
24th
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MARCH 12, 2014 TROUT UNLIMITED MEETING

For our March 12, 2014 program we will feature a look at the Henry’s Fork with Brandon Hoffner, Executive Director of the Henry’s Fork Foundation.

To begin the presentation, we will show “30 Years on the Fork”, an 8 minute film dedicated to the HFF 30th Anniversary produced by Kris Millgate of Tight Lines Media in Idaho Falls. This will you a background on the Henry’s Fork Foundation at the 30,000 foot level and a few of the local personalities. Then we will get a more detailed history of the Foundation, a highlight of past projects and efforts that still invigorate the HFF membership, and a synopsis of current challenges and the measures that HFF is taking to respond to these challenges (or opportunities). This is going to be a really good program.

A fly tying session starts at 6:30 with the regular meeting beginning at 7:30 in the MK Nature Center auditorium, 600 South Walnut behind the IDFG headquarters building. Hope you can make it. 

Feb
22nd
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Boise River electrofishing in November 2013. TU has helped on past electrofishing efforts.

Jan
8th
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About 35 people at the TU meeting tonight.

About 35 people at the TU meeting tonight.

Nov
14th
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Ryan Spillers presents to the Ted Trueblood Chapter meeting Wednesday night, November 13.

Ryan Spillers presents to the Ted Trueblood Chapter meeting Wednesday night, November 13.