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August: No Meeting This Month
See you in September -- with lots of great photos

 
 
Just because we don't have a meeting doesn't mean you can't get together with your fellow WFF members and go fishing. The beach is close and the Corbina are happening. A bit further afield. the South Fork of the Santa Ana River and Jenks Lake are worth the drive. Or check out Sierra Pacific's Annual Family Picnic on August 10. Good times will be had.


August 30: Hot Creek Deadline
Outing dates are October 31 to November 3
    Don’t forget to make your 2014 Hot Creek reservation. Although the trip isn’t until October, full payment ($415 per person) is due no later than August 30, 2014. If you pay by check, your reservation is not confirmed until we receive same. (Please write Hot Creek on the memo line.) Visit the website’s Event Calendar for more info about Hot Creek. Watch the 2014 - Outings Forum.


September 5: Tie One On
Bring your own vise & materials
 
 
 

  You are hereby invited to Wilderness Fly Fishers inaugural Tie One On at the Spitfire Grill on September 5th, from 7-10pm.  The evening's theme will be surf flies, so bring some size 4 to 8 saltwater hooks and red, orange, and root beer colored materials. (Flashy stuff is good, too.) 

September 13-18: Bighorn River
Trip full - Put your name on the standby list
 
We have reservations for six anglers September 13 - 18. (5 nights lodging / 4 guided days fishing) Visit the Montana Fly Fishers website and read the outstanding reviews from other WFF members. More about the trip available on the Event Calendar and the 2014 Outings ForumTrip full. Visit 2014 Outings Forum to put your name on the standby list

September 19-21: 2014 Fly Fishing Faire
This annual Faire has been a big hit for a number of WFF members
 
The only On-The-Water Fly Fishing Faire in the Western States. Classes to interest and educate anyone from introductory to advanced. You can learn about fly tying, casting and specific on-stream techniques. Brought to you by the Southwest Council, International Federation of Fly Fishers. All proceeds to benefit outreach, conservation and education programs throughout Southern California and Southern Nevada. Check out the Agenda. Register early to get the courses you want.


September 23: Show & Tell + Membership Meeting
Give the Board of Directors your input

 

The first portion of this month's meeting will be dedicated to getting input from you about the club's future direction: What sort of programs, outings, workshops, etc. you are interested in. The second half will be our traditional  "Show and Tell" evening featuring members fantastic, mostly un-Photoshopped photos and videos. Note the date change. Register Now


Non-Members Are Welcome At All Our Events!

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Founded in Santa Monica, California in 1965, Wilderness Fly Fishers is one of the oldest fly fishing clubs in the Los Angeles area. It is a not for profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the preservation and improvement of all fishing waters. WFF promotes stream and river protection with self-sustaining fish populations through conservation, environmental activism, catch-and-release ethics, and education.

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