Updated 16 July 2017 by <LS

The National Capital Chapter is one of several that make up the Mid-Atlantic Council of Trout Unlimited (MAC): the other Chapters are the Nemacolin, Youghiogheny, Seneca Valley, Potomac–Patuxent, Patapsco Valley and Maryland Chapters of Trout Unlimited as well as the “at-large” members 
residing in Delaware.

The Mid-Atlantic Council of Trout Unlimited has
two new Communications Channels

The MAC has a new website, http://midatlanticcouncil.tu.org. You can also find it at MAC-TU.ORG. The old site has been reconfigured to be a pointer to the new site. Please take a few minutes and browse the content which includes a calendar, MAC documents, information on leadership development and conservation to help chapters. The site is administered primarily by Marc Hutzell, hutzz73@icloud.com.  

MAC also has a new Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/TUmidatlantic. Visit today and support your Chapter and the Mid-Atlantic Council. 

Chapter Officers and Directors
for 2016-17:

President—Tom Mann
Vice President—Mark Binsted
Treasurer—Josh Young
Secretary—Lynn Scholz 
Immed. Past President—Nick Miller Directors: 
Sandy Burk
Alan Cohen
George Gaines
John Graebner
Don Hinds
Fred Parmenter

Andrew Reichardt
Dan Sheesley
Frank Smith, Emeritus

The National Capital Chapter of Trout Unlimited (NCC-TU) is one of many local chapters of our parent organization, TROUT UNLIMITED, a non-profit organization established to protect, enhance, and restore coldwater fishing resources of North America. Our chapter's concentration is on the coldwater resources of the Mid-Atlantic region. The Chapter is run solely by volunteer enthusiasts with locally raised funds.

Become a FAN! Find out where folks are fishing... How they did... Post Photos... Find folks to fish with...
Trout Unlimited-National Capital Chapter
​ https://www.facebook.com/groups/152575078393/

​Join the group, and use our Facebook page to set up your next fishing trip. Go to our Facebook page and request to join the group. Your request will be approved promptly. Then post information about your fishing plans, and use this method
to get together with other anglers.

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Shown below are pictures of the Conococheague Creek restoration project on the site of the former Birch Run Dam.