This Month's Program
In preparation for the April Yakima River Outing we will have Joe Rotter, head of the guide program at Red’s Fly Shop, come and talk to us about fishing the Yakima. Joe has written in Northwest Fly Fishing Magazine and is an accomplished photographer.
Joe is one of those fishing guides who on his days off goes fishing. He loves the Yakima River and loves sharing it’s secrets with the rest of us. To do well on the Yakima, one needs to pay attention to what those who fish it for a living have to say. Joe will not only tell us what he knows but he will show us with beautiful pictures! Going on the Yakima Outing? Be there.
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The NFA was founded in 1972 and is based on the premise that fly fishing not only encourages the conservation of natural resources but also provides a means for individuals to come together to learn about and enjoy beautiful settings and fishing experiences in the Northwest.
Anyone who is interested in fly fishing is encouraged to come to our monthly meetings.to meet members and learn about the NFA. Club membership is open to all ages and skill levels. We welcome individuals, couples, and families interested in the sport of fly fishing.
WE NEED one HOST & FOR our leech lake outing august 1-3. if you would like to host this outing but need to AMEND THE SCHEDULE by changing THE VENUEs and/or DATEs THen contact outings coordinator mark conner
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Seattle’s popular Green Lake has consistently been rated by the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife as “excellent” for its rainbow trout fishing. While this rating is well deserved, very little is mentioned regarding brown trout. The winter months provides some interesting opportunities for brown trout. Over the past several years 12,000 fingerling browns measuring three to five inches have been planted in Green Lake during the month of November.
NFA Central will be at Big Pines Campground right on the river. Most will be floating from several launch sites downstream to the campground or from the campground down to the Roza impoundment. If you don’t have a boat, access for wading is unlimited along the 19-mile Canyon Road that fronts the river as it flows through the Yakima Canyon south of Ellensburg.Type your new text here.