If you fished, attended a class, caught fish, went to a seminar, netted fish, spent time at the ponds, held a fish, tied flies, wished you had caught a fish, stood alongside a river or stream, cursed because you missed a fish, floated on a lake ... if you participated in a club fishout or other activity (and got caught on film – FILM?!? What’s film??? ) Then chances are you will be featured on the big screen in the December Program –
The Flycasters YEAR IN REVIEW.
Always one of the most anticipated shows of the year is the one in which we take a look at ourselves - usually grinning from ear to ear with a big fish in our hands.
Hopefully many hundreds of photos have been submitted for Rich Stevens to assemble into a program that highlights all the activities Flycasters have pursued throughout 2016.
Make plans to attend the December 14th meeting and see what we did and how much fun we had.
"When you least expect it - you're elected .... You're the star today.
SMILE, you're on candid camera !!”
Flycasters is once again holding its Rod Building Seminar in the first part of the New Year.
Tom Key and Albert Yi and Walt McIntyre will be hosting a Rod Building Seminar beginning on January 10th -
The seminar will take place on Tuesday and Thursday evenings at the Moreland Apts meeting room - each class will begin at 7:00pm and last a couple of hours - Cost is $20 per member for all six classes.
Learn how to choose components - how to find the "spine" of a blank - and how to assemble and finish your own fly rod. Save money and custom build your own masterpiece. See the November Flylines for details.
And there will be a Fishout Planning Meeting on Wednesday - January 18th - 7:00pm - at the Moreland Apts meeting room. Volunteer to be a fishmaster if you like or you can make suggestions about where you think the club would have a good time fishing. The last few years the club has expanded its calendar of fishouts - we are going fishing more often and to a greater variety of destinations.