When you put your hand in a flowing stream, you touch the last that has gone before and the first of what is still to come.
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Flows on local rivers are running high!
Good news for our projected water supply this year but makes for dangerous conditions on the rivers. This is a good time to sit in a warm spot and tie some flies or watch some fly fishing videos! Be careful, check the flows and stay home if conditions are dangerous!
March 22 – 24, 2019
30605 Sutcliffe Dr, Reno, NV 89510
Weekend outing to Pyramid on March 22nd to 24th. The club has made reservations for ten at Crosby’s, utilizing the trailers they have for rent. If we need more space, we can try to accommodate more if room allows up until the lodge has no more rooms. This is the deal, all for $90 dollars! Two nights lodging / Friday night spaghetti, French bread and salad dinner. / Saturday cold breakfast, coffee / Saturday lunch fixings, make your own / Sunday cold breakfast, coffee.
March 27th, 6 to 8 pm
Oak Grove Nature Center
March FOM, Hare’s Ear Nymph, third in the Bronze FFI fly series Lots of room for open tying too. Bring your kits, set up and tie. DFF fly tiers will take on the hare’s ear nymph at this month’s fly tying session. The fly imitates a number of aquatic insects and has been a staple in western fly boxes for many, many years. The instructions for tying the fly are shown via a video and then newer tiers are assisted by more veteran tiers in their efforts. All materials are supplied. The club does have some fly tying tools to lend if needed. The fee for the class is $5 to cover the materials necessary to tie three to five flies. This month’s class will take place on, Wednesday, March 27th at the Nature Center, Oak Grove park. Start time for the class is 6:00. The class is expected to run about an hour and a half. The FOM Bronze series was not meant to keep those wishing to do open tying from coming out on the fourth Wednesday of the month. Bring your kits and tie your favorite patterns. Of course there’s no fee if you’re not participating in the series. We also need mentors to help with the new people. Come on out. Have some fun.
Sunday, March 31
4911 Buckley Cove Way, Stockton, CA 95219
Let's meet at 8 am at Buckley Cove. Small crafts such as prams, canoes, kayaks and pontoon boats are appropriate. 6 to 8 wt gear.
April 10, 7 to 9 at John R. Williams School in Stockton
Join us as the Delta warms up and Delta Bass Bugs comes by to share their amazing flies and their tales of fishing the Delta.
Delta Bass Bugs tie and sell flies for big bass and fish with what we sell. flies like the Delta Stage Diver and balsa wood poppers are proven big bass producers on and off the California Delta.
Bring your tying supplies and your best fish stories to the House of Coffees- order up a coffee, tea or craft beer and tie on...
Wednesday, April 17⋅6:30 – 7:30pm
Monthly on the third Wednesday
4520 W 8 Mile Rd, Stockton, CA 95209, USA
The public is welcome as the Board and officers make plans for activities for the club! Join us!
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