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Event organizer and lead instructor: Michael Gallavan
A Beginning Fly Casting Class is being offered to the public. It will be taught by members of the Northwest Fly Anglers. If you are just beginning in the sport or just want a tune up this is the class for you.
To view pictures from a previous class, click here.
Outing Leader: Dana Bottcher
If you would like to improve your stream fly fishing skills or would like to share your skills and knowledge about fishing streams, then this outing is for you. The idea is to put together a core of NFA mentors who love to fish moving water with some eager “students” in a one-on-one day of teaching and fishing on the Middle Fork of the Snoqualmie River, about 35 miles east of Seattle. We will all meet at EJ Roberts Park in North Bend and, as a group, go over some fundamentals then pair up and head for the river. Each pair will have several hours of mentoring and fishing on their own stretch of the river. We will all meet back at the park at 3 PM for a potluck picnic. There is no outing fee so people bring a picnic food item to share. If you would like to be a mentor or a student, you need to register as soon as possible so the outings host can make sure there are enough mentors.
To view pictures from previous outings, click here.
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Trip Leaders: Matt Moore and David Williams
Fishing the salt from the beach is one of the fastest growing facets of fly fishing because Puget Sound is blessed with so many miles of beach and so many willing fish. This year the NFA will meet on Camano Island for our annual saltwater outing. Utsalady Bay will be the place where we will fish for feisty resident coho salmon, sea-run cutthroat and maybe a late pink. There is no outing fee, do bring some snacks for while you're out. Depending on the size of the group we can grill after, burgers, brats and veggies or what ever. We do have a house and boat on the beach so I can take small groups to near by beaches as
sea-runs move a lot.
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