The Iowa Driftless Chapter of Trout Unlimited is based in Decorah, Iowa and represents six counties in northeast Iowa (Winneshiek, Allamakee, Howard, Fayette, Clayton and Chickasaw). The name of the chapter, Driftless, refers to the unglaciated areas of northeast Iowa, southeast Minnesota, southwest Wisconsin and northwest Illinois. This area was left untouched by the last glacier drift through the northern tier of states and boasts limestone bluffs, rolling hills and spring fed trout streams. The Driftless chapter was formed in 2000 with the goal of improving the cold water fisheries of northeast Iowa.
The Driftless chapter meets at 7pm the first Thursday of each month (October though May) in the lower level of T-Bocks in Decorah, IA. The meeting usually entails some business items, a presentation on a subject related to water stewardship or health and concludes with a fly tying demonstration by a member of Driftless.
First Trout Unlimited Driftless Chapter meeting for the year will be Thursday, September 4th, 2014 at 7pm in the basement of T-Bocks.
At this time, all participants for the Paint Creek Japanese Knotweed Project are asked to meet in the parking lot across the street from the Waterville Lutheran Church, 101 Main Street, Waterville, Iowa 52170.
Members in the News
Larry Reis and Jeff Skeate (local authors)
Chris Wasta takes the Des Moines Register on a quest for Native Brookies on South Pine
Members, Kent Kleckner, Bill Kalishek and Brian Malaise are part of IPTV's Iowa Outdoors
Author Jeff Skeate http://sattre-press.com/fw.html
Author Larry Reis
"Driftless Days" by Jeff Skeate, a collection of writings by Jeff Driftless Days