Flycasters is presenting an Entomology Seminar on Wednesday evening May 25th - at the Moreland Apts meeting room - 6:30pm to 9:00pm
Knowing about bugs – where they live, how they behave, their life cycle – is integral to becoming a better fly fisher. In fact, what we call “flies” are all manner of insect incarnations … from eggs to larvae to pupae to nymphs to emergers to adults to spinners. In order to become a successful fly fisher it is essential to learn the lifecycles, anatomy and seasonal hatches of fish food.
Our club is fortunate to have Curtis Takahashi as a long time member as well as an expert on insects. He will teach a seminar on Entomology on Wednesday May 25th at the Moreland Apartments Meeting Room beginning at 6:30pm.
Flycasters is hosting a number of activities that correspond with fly fishing for American Shad -
Flycasters next meeting is on Wednesday May 11 - Back on our usual schedule - the second Wednesday of the month - which will make it feel like it is coming up a little sooner than usual. And at our usual spot, of course, the Moreland Apts meeting room at the northeast corner of Payne and Saratoga Ave. Doors open at 6:30pm and the meeting will begin at 7:15
The program for May will be California Heritage Trout by Bob Laskodi.
Bob Laskodi will present the details on California's Heritage Trout.
Come find out what these trout are, why they're important, how to find them, what fly tackle you need, and what you need to accomplish in order to get your very own California Hertitage Trout Challenge Certificate.
It will also be a perfect opportunity to sign up for the upcoming seminars, casting clinics, and all the upcoming summer fishouts.