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CT Fly Fisherman's Association
Fly Fishing Show & Banquet
featuring Greg Hoover
February 4th, 2017
Show: 9 am- 3 pm
Banquet: 6 - 9 pm
Bear's Den 19th Annual Fly Fishing Show
February 25th 2017 11am-6pm
Bob Popovics will be headlining
TU 225, Narragansett Chapter will be holding its annual banquet April 1, 2017 (no joke) at the East Greenwich Fireman’s Club. There will be a door prize, live and silent auctions, and numerous bucket raffles. The cost is $35.00 and includes the meal. Please contact Al Ball for tickets and information at (401) 397-4639.
TABLE #1 Scott Travers’ Cinnamon Crunch Freshwater, a new fly using a parachute to float high on the water.
Skill Level: Challenging fly for intermediate and advanced
TABLE #2 AL BALL’s “Black Quill” a freshwater fly, an old standby fly that catches fish. This fly opens up the knowledge to other great flies.
Skill level: intermediate and advance
TABLE #3 Jeff Perry’s “Rhody Flatwing” a saltwater fly. A favorite from the Rhody Fly Rodders’ Fifty Years, Fifty Members, Fifty Flies
Skill Level: Intermediate and advance
TABLE #4 John Mc Call’s advice Table John will offer his experience and information about general trout fishing, questions and answers. John offers his knowledge honestly and fairly for all those who join him at his table.
TABLE #5 PETER BURGESS will be tying the CRAZY CHARLIE, a salt water fly. He has many years of experience tying salt water flies.
TABLE #6 Roger Lima Sr. This table is set aside for any beginning fly tying enthusiast, if any are available.
HELP WITH BUCKET RAFFLES
Do you have a gift certificate to a restaurant that you will never go to? How about a gift that you received that you will never use? Maybe something you bought for someone but forgot to give to them?!?!?
Consider donating it to the monthly bucket raffle!
A Visual Poem of Trout Fishing
Wednesday, February 1, 2017
Knight of Columbus Hall
475 Sandy Lane
Click on the picture to the left to see and hear a wonderful poem about why we all fish---- thanks to Joe Paliotti for passing along
Tables for February Meeting