Join us on Wednesday evening March 14th - at the Moreland Apts meeting room for our March meeting.
You can join Flycasters or renew your membership in person.
Sign up for Fly Casting Classes which begin April 7th.
Two early season fishouts are the Kelsey Bass Ranch one day fishout - and the very popular Pyramid Lake fishout --- see the File Sharing menu above.
Our featured program speaker is Lance Grey - Lance and Kirsten have more than 50 years combined experience in fly fishing. In 2003 they launched Lance Gray & Company, a full-service outfitter offering guided trips, fly-fishing schools, workshops and a travel agency. Lance conducts presentations at fly clubs and outdoor shows and supports local groups like Cub Scouts and 4H. He's a signature tier for Aqua Flies, pro staff member for Sage and Rio and is a featured writer, with articles published in Angling Trade Magazine, California Fly Fisher, Fly Fishermen, Sierra Fisherman, and Northwest Fly Fishing.
Doors open at 6:30pm and the meeting will begin at 7:15 --- Park across the street
(lock valuables in your trunk or out of sight - there have been break-ins unfortunately)
--cross at the crosswalk and please be careful.
It happens as regularly as the calendar - the last time was 2007 - our club meeting lands on Valentine's Day. This year the second Wednesday of the month is February 14th ---
FOR THIS RARE OCCASION THE MEETING WILL HAVE A DIFFERENT FORMAT -
Rather than having the program end the meeting it will begin early -- right at 7:00pm - our program speaker John Williams will be talking about fly fishing for some of the largest Rainbow Trout on the planet. Lake Strobel in Argentina is best known as Jurassic Lake. A unique combination of environmental factors creates a habitat that features Rainbow Trout that are truly monstrous.
The doors will open early at 6:00pm - the program will start promptly at 7:00
The meeting will then take on its usual format AFTER the program
Sign ups for Spey Casting Classes - the Pyramid Lake Fishout - Spring Casting Classes - Fly tying classes ---
and of course you can join or renew your membership
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 2017.
Make plans to attend the December 13th 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 !!”
Meetings are the Moreland Apts meeting room - the northeast corner of Payne and Saratoga Ave. Park across the street and use the crosswalk - Lock valuable out of sight, unfortunately there have been a few break-ins over the last couple of years. Doors open at 6:30pm and the meeting begins at 7:15 ---- See you there ---