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Default Re: Best Times for Guadalupe?

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Originally Posted by texasflycaster View Post
Awesome information! But where can I find more about GRTU leases - especially since I am a GRTU / TU lifer. Thanks in advance, shannon drawe
GRTU Anncouncements

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GRTU "Supporting Members" can enroll in the Lease Access Program. This program, provides a "path to the river" over private property to legally access the Guadalupe River. Program Requirements The program runs from November 1 to October 31 of the following year. Several of the lease sites are open year around, most site are only open during the prime winter fishing season. All trout caught on a GRTU lease sites are catch and release only. You must attend a one-hour Lease Access Orientation before you can become a Lease Access Member. Lease Access Membership fee is $95 per year along with the $12 GRTU supporting member donation

All new GRTU Lease Access members, must attend a Lease Orientation Class before your application can be processed. Any former Lease Access member who have NOT been a member since 2003 must attend a Lease Orientation Class.
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