NEW MEMBER SEMINAR
Fly Fishing 101
Hosted by Bob Shoberg
Tuesday October 17th
Moreland Apts. Meeting Room – 7:00pm
For all of you who are new to fly fishing and those who think they might still have something to learn Flycasters is presenting its New Member Seminar on Tuesday evening, October 17th, at the Moreland Apartments Meeting Room beginning at 7:00pm. Doors open at 6:15 so please arrive early so we can start at 7, as there is a lot of information to cover.
We will have a comprehensive presentation of topics that will include:
Overall Fly rod/line setup - Fly Rod basics – Flylines – Tippets –Flies –Entomology –
General Fly fishing equipment - Getting your equipment ready to go
It will be a perfect opportunity to get to know the other club members – both new and longstanding – as well as a chance to ask any questions that you need answered.
It is a FREE seminar – and open to all Flycasters members
(You can even invite your friends along to see if they might be interested)
Sign up before the seminar so we can determine how many handouts to have!!
For more information or to register contact Mason Seim at email@example.com
Visit our website at www.flycasters.org
One of the most common problems fly fishers have when attempting to cast "just a little bit farther" is the tailing loop. Which often results in a "wind knot" more correctly known as a "casting knot" ... and knots in your line often result in lost fish - OUCH !!!!
Tony Yap is conducting a Casting Clinic on September 23rd at the Casting Ponds at Los Gatos Creek Park from 9:00am to noon -
Tony will address tailing loops, casting into the wind, and any other casting challenges we can throw at him.
Tony Yap is an accomplished fly fisher, a fantastic teacher, and a very successful tournament winning fly caster. His list of accomplishments in competitive fly casting is truly impressive.
Tony asks that you bring your favorite fly rod. Anything between 5 and 10 weight, with a reel and weight forward floating line, appropriate leader and tippet and some yarn (no hooks). Bring a notebook and pen to take notes. Be sure to bring protective eyewear. Sunglasses or eyeglasses - just as long as they cover your eyes. This is a requirement, without eye protection you cannot attend the clinic.
Tony also asks that if you have any questions about specific areas of casting please submit them in writing to him at the September 13th meeting, anonymously if you prefer, and Tony will answer them at the seminar.
The clinic is FREE for members of Flycasters - Parking inside the park is $6 --
TONY YAP CASTING CLINIC – Thursday June 22
“Presentation is everything” Understanding the mechanics of fly casting will go a long way to improving your accuracy and distance, and a more efficient casting motion will allow you to fish longer with less arm fatigue.
The clinic will begin at 5:00pm on Thursday – June 22nd – until dusk.
Tony Yap is an accomplished fly fisher, a fantastic teacher, and a very successful tournament winning fly caster, a three time National Champion. His list of accomplishments in competitive fly casting is truly impressive.
Bring your favorite fly rod. Anything between 5 and 10 weight, with a reel and weight forward floating line, appropriate leader and tippet and some yarn (no hooks).
Bring a notebook and pen to take notes. Use your camera or phone to video.
Be sure to bring protective eyewear. Sunglasses or eyeglasses - just as long as they cover your eyes. This is a requirement, without eye protection you cannot attend the clinic.
The BBQ will be on and hot dogs and brats will be available. Please bring something to drink (water, soda, beer, wine) and additional treats to share (deserts, salad, etc.)
The clinic is FREE for members and parking at the ponds is $6 - payable at the kiosk - they do ticket non-payers
RSVP Mason Seim at firstname.lastname@example.org
Flycasters is going to have another "Casts and Brats" BBQ at the Ponds on Tuesday - May 23rd - from 5:00pm to 8:00pm at the Casting Ponds at Los Gatos Creek Park
Dennis Buranek and Tom Key will be showing off some bamboo and fiberglass fly rods - which have a considerably slower casting tempo than modern graphite and composite rods.
Keith Nelson will fire up the BBQ and serve 'Brats' and other refreshments.
Flycasters will hve a chance to cast these rods and ask questions - and simply have some fun.
This is a MEMBERS ONLY event - contact Mason Seim for details email@example.com