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.
The seminar is $10 - cash or checks made out to Flycasters Inc. Sign ups will be taken at the May meeting or you can contact Mason Seim at firstname.lastname@example.org
ALSO -- A REMINDER THAT THERE IS A FOLLOW UP DAY FOR THE NEW MEMBER SEMINAR ON SATURDAY MAY 7TH AT THE CASTING PONDS. 10:00AM TO NOON ---- NEW MEMBERS ( and all members ) are encouraged to come to the ponds to ask questions and try out a variety of fly rods --- this is a follow up to the Fly Fishing 101 Soup to Nuts presentation by Bob Shoberg from April 27th --- Contact Mason Seim for details