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Classes and Such
All club members should have received an email about the fly tying swap that Gianna Holle is organizing. This is just a secondary reminder. Gianna's idea is to test interest in tying and sharing flies among members. Starting with an initial round of up to nine tiers, each of whom will tie ten cop
Join Clarence Hein and others at Lone Lake to brush up on your casting, or come out just to catch up with fishing friends. After a few days of moisture and clouds, the forecast is for sun and warmth: perfect conditions for an afternoon outing.
Clarence Hein invites you to come to Lone Lake this Thursday afternoon to practice your casting. He'll have props to help your accuracy, or you can just work on your overall technique. The group that usually shows up can offer tips that are sure to improve your cast.
If you're able, join us at Lone Lake this Friday (5/22) at 3 PM for fly casting practice. Secondarily, we'll seek your ideas on what to do with some great fly tying tools given us by club member, Randy Diefert (photo below). Of course, if you can make a day of it, come early to fish, and cast in t
Monday March 2nd from 1:30 to 3:00 PM at the Coupeville Library, club member Bob Stephens will present an introduction to fly fishing. We're happy to partner with the Coupeville branch of the Island County Library to offer to the public this look at the sport we love. The presentation is free, and
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
The Washington Council of Fly Fishers International is holding its first ever Fly Casting Fair May 2 at Luther Burbank Park on Mercer Island. Whether you’re a year-round angler or waiting for warmer weather, there’s no off season for a good cast. We’ve put together a day-long fair that offers plenty
join us for a WIFFC Brindle Chute fly tying class, Wednesday, October 30, 2019. 6-8 at the Race Road fire station (1164 Race Road, Coupeville). This is an easy fly to tye and all levels of fly tyers are welcome. The brindle chute dry fly is the perfect dry fly which imitates a March Brown Mayfly,
Thanks to Karen Lindeman-Rohrer' persistent work, we all have a chance to polish up our casting with this class taught by Molly Semenik, a Fly Fishers International Master Casting Instructor. Details of the class are shown below. Other things you should know include: It is critical that you email
Thanks to Paul Messner, here's a notice from THE TAIL FLY FISHING MAGAZINE NEWSLETTER MASTERS OF THE FLY Thought you might be interested in these free fly tying sessions with some prominent figures from the Northeast. These sessions are absolutely free , you just have to register for them in
I just watched a great fly fishing documentary about fishing in the Catskills with emphasis on the people who make it great - guides, fly shop owners, fly tyers, etc. If you have an Amazon Prime account you can watch it free - Watch Land Of Little Rivers | Prime Video (amazon.com) . If you don't
Casting practice is on again this week. Come to Lone Lake this Wednesday (6/10) at 3 PM to improve your skills. Clarence Hein will, again, preside, though he's always desirous of additional experienced casters to insure that everyone gets adequate guidance if a lot of new casters show up.