2019 CCCTU Annual Meeting

The Copper Country Chapter will hold its Annual Meeting on Wednesday, March 13, at 6:30 pm in Room 202 of the Great Lakes Research Center, Phoenix Drive, on the Michigan Tech waterfront. There is plenty of free parking in front of the building. We will elect directors and officers, and annual reports will be presented.

SPECIAL PRESENTATION: Tim Schulz will discuss John Voelker’s 1959 fishing season. Tim’s book will be available for sale. You don’t want to miss this opportunity to hear about the UP’s most famous angler!

For more information, please contact Bill Leder at bleder@charter.net

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2019 CCCTU Conservation Banquet

Please join us for the 2019 CCCTU Conservation Banquet on Saturday, April 6, 2019 from 6-10pm at the Magnuson Hotel Ballroom in Houghton. The evening will include a dinner buffet, cash bar, raffles, silent auctions, and door prizes. The Conservation Banquet is CCCTU's biennial fundraiser for supporting its mission and many projects, including restoration projects on the Pilgrim River. We hope to see you there!

There are only 128 banquet tickets available, which must be purchased no later than March 31. Banquet tickets will not be available at the door.

Our ever-popular raffle tickets may be purchased online until March 31, after which any remaining tickets will be available for purchase at the banquet.

TOP RAFFLE PRIZES

1st Prize - A round-trip for two persons to Isle Royale on the Isle Royale Queen AND a 2-night stay at Rock Harbor Lodge

2nd Prize - A half-day excursion on Lake Superior with Hooked Up Charter

3rd Prize - $300 gift certificate at the Down Wind Sports in Houghton, MI

4th Prize - Two nights at the Eagle River Inn (Fitzgerald's)

5th Prize - $100 gift certificate at Gemignani's Restaurant in Hancock, MI

Purchase tickets online via PayPal or Credit Card. You may change purchased quantities in the shopping cart. Note: click on "Continue Shopping" in the PayPal Shopping Cart if you wish to purchase more than one item in the list.

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For membership information, please contact Bill Leder at bleder@charter.net

Our Mission

“The purpose of the Chapter shall be to conserve, protect and restore cold-water fisheries and their watersheds in Michigan’s Western Upper Peninsula.”

VISION - CCCTU envisions coldwater sport fisheries of self-sustaining wild, native fish stocks prospering, in restored and maintained habitats within Western Upper Peninsula lakes and streams.

GOALS -

  • CCCTU will support scientific research of coldwater fish and their aquatic environments which focuses on the Lake Superior basin in general and Michigan's Western Upper Peninsula specifically.
  • CCCTU will undertake restoration and rehabilitation projects which repair, protect, and enhance trout habitat on inland lakes and streams of watersheds located in Michigan's Western Upper Peninsula.
  • CCCTU will support and conduct educational and informational outreach activities for its members and the general public so as to enhance their understanding and enjoyment of fishing, and the conservation of coldwater fisheries.
  • CCCTU will seek out partnerships with federal, state, local and tribal agencies as well as non-governmental organizations which can assist it in carrying out its mission.

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