Thursday February 27 at 5 PM at the Day Road fire station (3253 Day Road, Greenbank) Join Paul Messner, Clayton Wright, Clarence Hein, and others for another great evening of fly tying instruction and practice. Beginners, old hands, and onlookers are welcome. For now, just get the date on your calendar. In the next few days we'll be sending an email to everyone with more details of the evening. As usual, tying materials will be provided. Bring your own tying tools if you have them. Club tools will be available for those without.
Want to meet members of this neighboring club? Want to take advantage of their scouting and learn what the fish are hitting right now? Drop by Lone Lake on Saturday February 29 from 9 AM on and join the Olympic Fly Fishers (Edmonds, WA) for their first outing of the year.
Want to learn more about Fly Fishing? A Beginning Fly Fishing Class will be held on Saturday, March 21st, beginning at 9 AM for 6 hours at the Evergreen Covenant Church on Mercer Island. The class is taught by WFFC members. The class tuition is free for WFFC members and $50 for non-members, though this fee can be applied toward the $80 dues to become a Washington Fly Fishing Club member if you choose to do so. Each student will receive a copy the WFFC Beginning Fly Fishing Manual. Class size is limited to 15 students. For more information about what you will learn at the class and to signup, please click on the following link: https://wffc.com/event/beginner-fly-fishing-class-march-21-2020/ The class will be taught by Neal Hoffberg and Jim Goedhart along with Walt Swanson, Tom Neu, Jim McRoberts and Lily Cutler, who will assist with the afternoon's casting instruction session. Bring your friends and family members along with you to the class to enable them to go with you on fly fishing adventures.