Jul
17
6:30 pm18:30

Monthly Meeting - Fly Tying Night

Our regular Monthly Meeting will be June 19th at the Mauldin Cultural Center, beginning at 6:30 pm. This will be our "Fly Tying" night. Bring your fly tying setups if you like. We will have members set up to assist and instruct in tying some flies.

Come early for casting practice and instruction on the lawn!

Mauldin Cultural Center

101 East Butler Road

Mauldin, SC 29662

Meetings begin at 6:30 pm.

Light snacks are provided.

Aug
26
9:00 am09:00

Roadside Clean Up on Hwy 276

August 26th at 9:00 am See website for directions and more information.

South Saluda River Clean Up Information

We will be cleaning up the South Saluda River at the "Rock Vanes" and the Adopt-A-Mile clean up of the Highway 11/276 right-of-way two mile stretch adjacent to the Rock Vane area and then fish the Rock Vane area of the stream. We will begin at 9:00 am and it should only take 1 to 1.5 hours to complete the clean up. Afterwards, we will fish the rock vane area or go to the Eastatoe River, if the rock vane area is poor fishing. Orange safety vests and plastic bags will be provided (we also have about 10 pick-up "grabbers" for you to use). You should bring and wear gloves. Come join us for this beneficial effort. We always have loads of fun for a very worthwhile cause.      

Nov
18
9:00 am09:00

Road Side Clean Up on Hwy 276

South Saluda River Clean Up Information

We will be cleaning up the South Saluda River at the "Rock Vanes" and the Adopt-A-Mile clean up of the Highway 11/276 right-of-way two mile stretch adjacent to the Rock Vane area and then fish the Rock Vane area of the stream. We will begin at 9:00 am and it should only take 1 to 1.5 hours to complete the clean up. Afterwards, we will fish the rock vane area or go to the Eastatoe River, if the rock vane area is poor fishing. Orange safety vests and plastic bags will be provided (we also have about 10 pick-up "grabbers" for you to use). You should bring and wear gloves. Come join us for this beneficial effort. We always have loads of fun for a very worthwhile cause.      


Jun
8
7:00 pm19:00

Ladies Casting Clinic

  • Oak Grove Lake

Ladies’ Casting Clinic

Thursday, June 8th, 7:00 pm

Oak Grove Lake Park, Oak Grove Lake Rd., Greenville

Class size will be limited to 10 participants. Please contact Simons Welter to sign up. (riverchick@me.com864-621-2658)

Please bring your rod, a lawn chair and a bottle of water. 

 
Jun
2
6:00 pm18:00

Mountain Bridge TU Family Picnic

  • Walker's Farm

Our 2017 Mountain Bridge TU Family Picnic will be held Friday, June 2nd at the lake and picnic shed of Herman Walker’s farm, north of Travelers Rest, SC. We will begin at 6:00 pm, but come earlier if you would like. This is a popular event, so come and bring your family members, spouse, kids, grand kids, friends, etc. As always, the chapter will furnish the meat   (Bar-B-Q pre-cooked), bread, paper plates & napkins, and plastic forks/knives and we are asking each member to bring a dish of your choice to share with everyone.

In addition, you will need to bring your own drinks, cooler, and lawn chairs for relaxing. There will be opportunities to fish for bream and bass in the lake from the shore, so bring your gear if you like.

May
7
9:00 am09:00

May 7, 2017 Trail Cleanup at Asbury Hills with Orvis Greenville

  • Asbury Hills

From Our Friends at Orvis, Greenville

HELP US CLEAN UP TRASH AND CLEAR TRAILS AT ASBURY HILLS METHODIST CAMP

Come join Orvis Greenville May 7, 2017 from 9AM - 4PM while we perform trail maintenance and improvements along Matthews Creek in northern Greenville County on Asbury Hills property. Orvis Pledges 5% of Pre-Tax profit to Conservation Initiatives. In addition, Orvis Greenville wants to contribute on a local level with man-hours and community building. This is a volunteer effort so any time that you can contribute is greatly appreciated!

The following items are recommended and encouraged:    

  • Please wear weather-appropriate clothing, shoes, work gloves, and bring your own snacks (Orvis will supply water for drinking)
  • Long pants and boots or shoes that may get muddy are suggested;
  • Poison ivy, long grass, and potential for stinging insects are always a possibility when one goes out in the woods, be prepared
  • Bring your saws, rakes, shovels, and safety glasses if you care to use them or let others use them
  • Respect for the Landowner

 

Afterwards you are welcome to hang out and fish. Anyone unfamiliar with this small wild trout stream will be rewarded with it's seclusion, scenic beauty and fishing action. Bring your Adams, Caddis, or favorite dry/dropper combo and we can see who ends up hooking up with "Mr. Big".

 

If you have any questions or are unable to make it, please give us a call here at the store: 864-240-4284 or send us an email at retail-greenvillestr652@orvis.com.  Otherwise, we look forward to volunteering with you on May 7!

May
6
11:00 am11:00

Fish the Tyger

Come fish, learn to fish, or just enjoy nature from 11:00 to 3:00 pm

Tyger 10 Park and Nature Center

 3100 Walnut Grove Road

 Roebuck SC