tommygunn

4th Annual Bill Beazell Memorial Watauga River Cleanup

tommygunn wrote 227 days ago:


Saturday, March 17

8:30 A.M. – 3:00 P.M.
Ingles Market

768 W Elk Ave, Elizabethton, TN

Those participating in the river cleanup will meet in the Ingles parking lot in Elizabethton.

Participants may float, wade or walk.

Gloves and trash bags will be provided.

The post-event celebration will include free food and a participation raffle held at the Watauga River Lodge, 643 Smalling Rd, Watauga, TN.



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4th Annual Bill Beazell Memorial Watauga River Cleanup

bozemankayaker wrote 227 days ago:


Saturday, March 17

8:30 A.M. – 3:00 P.M.
Ingles Market

768 W Elk Ave, Elizabethton, TN

Those participating in the river cleanup will meet in the Ingles parking lot in Elizabethton.

Participants may float, wade or walk.

Gloves and trash bags will be provided.

The post-event celebration will include free food and a participation raffle held at the Watauga River Lodge, 643 Smalling Rd, Watauga, TN.



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james

4th Annual Bill Beazell Memorial Watauga River Cleanup

james wrote 227 days ago:


Saturday, March 17

8:30 A.M. – 3:00 P.M.
Ingles Market

768 W Elk Ave, Elizabethton, TN

Those participating in the river cleanup will meet in the Ingles parking lot in Elizabethton.

Participants may float, wade or walk.

Gloves and trash bags will be provided.

The post-event celebration will include free food and a participation raffle held at the Watauga River Lodge, 643 Smalling Rd, Watauga, TN.



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natefry

4th Annual Bill Beazell Memorial Watauga River Cleanup

natefry wrote 227 days ago:


Saturday, March 17

8:30 A.M. – 3:00 P.M.
Ingles Market

768 W Elk Ave, Elizabethton, TN

Those participating in the river cleanup will meet in the Ingles parking lot in Elizabethton.

Participants may float, wade or walk.

Gloves and trash bags will be provided.

The post-event celebration will include free food and a participation raffle held at the Watauga River Lodge, 643 Smalling Rd, Watauga, TN.



Categorized as:Regional Events  •  apes  •  elizabethton  •  releasing-water  •  wade-or-walk  •  watauga  •  will-includeRegional Events  •  apes  •  elizabethton  •  releasing-water  •  wade-or-walk  •  watauga  •  will-includeRegional Events  •  apes  •  elizabethton  •  releasing-water  •  wade-or-walk  •  watauga  •  will-includeRegional Events  •  apes  •  elizabethton  •  releasing-water  •  wade-or-walk  •  watauga  •  will-include

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james

Lower Watauga River Cleanup

james wrote 574 days ago:


We have extra canoes for this if anyone wants one just let me or Ruben Creek know.Trout Unlimited’s Overmountain Chapter is conducting the third annual Bill Beazell Memorial Cleanup on March 25, 2017 from 9:00 am to noon.

The cleanup is in association with the 1st Annual Tailwater Roundup, an effort by local conservation organizations and fishing-industry participants to improve visitors’ enjoyment and stewardship of our local rivers.

Interested participants can meet at:

For Bank Cleanup: 9:00AM Watauga River Bluffs State Natural Area (3511 Steam Plant Rd, Watauga, TN).

For River Float Cleanup: 9:00AM Ingles Parking Lot, 768 W Elk Ave, Elizabethton, TN 37643

Gloves, bags and tools will be provided.  Please bring waders or other clothes you don’t mind getting wet.

All participants at the Watauga River Bluffs will eligible for participation prizes, including an Orvis sling pack, Orvis Brodin net, OMTU fly boxes, and gift certificates to local restaurants.  You must be present to win.

Then, at 4:00 pm, all cleanup participants from the Tailwater Roundup can meet at the Weir Dam Parking on the South Holston River where they will be treated to food and drinks.  An additional participation raffle will be held for all participants but attendance is not required to win. It should be a great day!

And please wear your APE’s T-shirt!

Deb – ldcakes@hotmail.com



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Lower Watauga River Cleanup

james wrote 574 days ago:


We have extra canoes for this if anyone wants one just let me or Ruben Creek know.Trout Unlimited’s Overmountain Chapter is conducting the third annual Bill Beazell Memorial Cleanup on March 25, 2017 from 9:00 am to noon.

The cleanup is in association with the 1st Annual Tailwater Roundup, an effort by local conservation organizations and fishing-industry participants to improve visitors’ enjoyment and stewardship of our local rivers.

Interested participants can meet at:

For Bank Cleanup: 9:00AM Watauga River Bluffs State Natural Area (3511 Steam Plant Rd, Watauga, TN).

For River Float Cleanup: 9:00AM Ingles Parking Lot, 768 W Elk Ave, Elizabethton, TN 37643

Gloves, bags and tools will be provided.  Please bring waders or other clothes you don’t mind getting wet.

All participants at the Watauga River Bluffs will eligible for participation prizes, including an Orvis sling pack, Orvis Brodin net, OMTU fly boxes, and gift certificates to local restaurants.  You must be present to win.

Then, at 4:00 pm, all cleanup participants from the Tailwater Roundup can meet at the Weir Dam Parking on the South Holston River where they will be treated to food and drinks.  An additional participation raffle will be held for all participants but attendance is not required to win. It should be a great day!

And please wear your APE’s T-shirt!

Deb – ldcakes@hotmail.com



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natefry

Lower Watauga River Cleanup

natefry wrote 574 days ago:


We have extra canoes for this if anyone wants one just let me or Ruben Creek know.Trout Unlimited’s Overmountain Chapter is conducting the third annual Bill Beazell Memorial Cleanup on March 25, 2017 from 9:00 am to noon.

The cleanup is in association with the 1st Annual Tailwater Roundup, an effort by local conservation organizations and fishing-industry participants to improve visitors’ enjoyment and stewardship of our local rivers.

Interested participants can meet at:

For Bank Cleanup: 9:00AM Watauga River Bluffs State Natural Area (3511 Steam Plant Rd, Watauga, TN).

For River Float Cleanup: 9:00AM Ingles Parking Lot, 768 W Elk Ave, Elizabethton, TN 37643

Gloves, bags and tools will be provided.  Please bring waders or other clothes you don’t mind getting wet.

All participants at the Watauga River Bluffs will eligible for participation prizes, including an Orvis sling pack, Orvis Brodin net, OMTU fly boxes, and gift certificates to local restaurants.  You must be present to win.

Then, at 4:00 pm, all cleanup participants from the Tailwater Roundup can meet at the Weir Dam Parking on the South Holston River where they will be treated to food and drinks.  An additional participation raffle will be held for all participants but attendance is not required to win. It should be a great day!

And please wear your APE’s T-shirt!

Deb – ldcakes@hotmail.com



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APEs Advanced Creeking Clinic with Leland Davis

saskia wrote 966 days ago:


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Refine your creeking skills from the author of the Creeking Bible!

(Registration Deadline—April 17, 2016)

Appalachian Paddling Enthusiasts (APEs) is pleased to announce another of its Paddle with the Pros clinics, this time by hosting an Advanced Creeking Clinic with Leland Davis.  Leland has been teaching people to kayak for over 20 years.  In 2005, he became one of the first instructors to offer creeking-specific clinics, and he has since lead creeking clinics and adventure paddling trips across the US, in Mexico, and in Chile.  He’s the author of two whitewater guidebooks, ‘The River Gypsies’ Guide to North America’ and ‘North Carolina Rivers & Creeks,” and was the original founder of the Green River Race.

This one day course is designed for the aspiring advanced level creek boater.  Previous creeking experience, class 4 or higher proficiency and a solid roll are required.  The course will take place on a river similar to the Watauga in difficulty and specific location will be determined as we get closer to the date.  The class will be limited to 8 students.  If you’re a creek boater looking to up his or her game this is your chance!  Send in your registration form and payment to take advantage of this outstanding and rare opportunity to learn from one of the world’s best.

COURSE OBJECTIVES: Development and refinement of skills that will allow participants to increase their competency and comfort on class 4/5 creeks.

COURSE PREREQUISITES: Students should be proficient in class 4 whitewater and have a solid roll.  Participants should be in good health and overall fitness and possess solid swimming ability.  Minors must be accompanied by parent or guardian.



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Contribute to Secure Access to Watauga River at Guy Ford Road

bozemankayaker wrote 1065 days ago:


Watauga River Access at Guy Ford Road Issue:

The parking area to access the Watauga River at Guy Ford Road is privately owned. This means we could lose access at any time. We have been working to purchase the 2.3 acre property on the downstream river left side of Guy Ford for about 2 years. This is about to come to fruition, securing a permanent public access to the river.

This site provides a put-in to the Watauga Gorge section of the river below Guy Ford Road, as well as a take-out point for Section 3.  In addition, this property will provide river access for fishing, swimming, picnicking, and other activities for residents and visitors alike.

A bit about the process



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Contribute to Secure Access to Watauga River at Guy Ford Road

james wrote 1065 days ago:


Watauga River Access at Guy Ford Road Issue:

The parking area to access the Watauga River at Guy Ford Road is privately owned. This means we could lose access at any time. We have been working to purchase the 2.3 acre property on the downstream river left side of Guy Ford for about 2 years. This is about to come to fruition, securing a permanent public access to the river.

This site provides a put-in to the Watauga Gorge section of the river below Guy Ford Road, as well as a take-out point for Section 3.  In addition, this property will provide river access for fishing, swimming, picnicking, and other activities for residents and visitors alike.

A bit about the process



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