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Staff from Bandelier National Monument and NMDGF will be stocking RGCT into Capulin Creek the morning of Tuesday October 19th. They have requested volunteers from TU and NM Trout to help carry fish down into Capulin Canyon. It is a relatively steep hike into the canyon on a unmaintained trail similar to the hike into Frijoles Canyon, so keep that in mind when volunteering. The hiking distance is about 2-1/2 miles each way.
Volunteers should meet at the St Peters Dome Trailhead at 8 AM October 19th. The road to the trailhead can be rough so 4x4 vehicles are recommended. Space at the trailhead is limited, so carpooling is recommended. Volunteers will need a backpack to carry about 20 pounds of fish plus water, as well as drinking water and food for the hike. Weather is unpredictable that time of year so be prepared. We will be packing fish rain or shine.
WHEN: 8:00 AM, Tuesday, October 19
WHERE: Meet at the St. Peter's Dome trailhead
DIRECTIONS: From Albuquerque drive north on I-25 to Highway 550, take SR 4 through Jemez Springs toward the Valles Caldera National Preserve. A few miles past the turnoff to the VCNP visitor center go right (south) on Forest Road 289. In about 6 miles +/- FR 142 joins from the left(east). Take it to the trailhead.
IF YOU PLAN TO VOLUNTEER:
DO NOT RSVP ON MEETUP. Sign up for the event at https://bosquetu.org/events . For questions regarding the event contact Harris Klein, President Bosque Chapter TU,[masked], [masked].
Tuesday, 12 October 7:00 pm
Rio Bravo Brewing,[masked]nd Street NW
In-person meetings are finally back!
Mike Cieslak will present an in depth talk with slides on fishing cutthroats in Wyoming and Utah.
We will meet in the upstairs Barrel Room at Rio Bravo Brewing,[masked]nd Street NW. While there is on-street parking around the brewery, the fenced parking lot is off Haines Street on the south side of the brewery. Happy hour ends at 6:00 pm, so come early and grab a happy hour beer, order dinner, and stay for the meeting. They will bring your food order in to the Barrel Room.
Please be fully vaccinated 14 days prior to attending. Bring your fish tales to share before and after the presentations.
RSVP not required.
Note – there will not be a meeting in December.
The 2022 Conclave looks promising at this time, assuming some COVID variant doesn’t require the state to impose any new restrictions. The speakers for the 2022 Conclave
have been contacted and we have verbal agreement and we are currently working on solidifying those agreements.
If you are looking to mark your calendar now the date for the 2022 Conclave will be February 19th 2022.