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June 25: Beginners Fly Tying
Great opportunity to learn and pick up helpful tips.
 
   

 
This month we will learn how to tie two true classics: the Hare’s Ear Nymph and the Muddler Minnow. Everyone -- beginner to advanced -- is welcome. If you need a vise and materials, please contact Peter Haight.
 
Location, time, contact info, etc. is available on the EVENT CALENDAR.

June 27: Weekend Wade: LA River - Marsh Park
Try your hand at carp, bass & bluegill

  Let’s meet at 8:00 am on Sunday at Marsh Park, which is on Rosanna Street.  Go for Bluegill and Bass. Go North on Western Avenue, it turns into Los Feliz Blvd, a natural right turn, go to Riverside Drive and turn right, go to Fletcher Drive, turn left, go a short block to Ripple Ave, turn right, continue straight ahead on that road. Ignore the Ripple Street/Place/Avenue intersection under the Glendale Bridge and go straight.  You are on Rosanna, it curves a bit and then you are in the parking lot. More info available on the EVENT CALENDAR.


July 19: Trophy Trout of Calvada
This is our annual joint meeting with Sierra Pacific hosted this year by us at the O.C.

 
This month we are focusing on “Calvada,” the northeast portion of California that also includes parts of neighboring Nevada. The beauty of this area, the variety of exciting fly fishing and the size of the fish will amaze and delight all who venture into Calvada waters.

Our guide is Doug Ouellette who has fished throughout North America and New Zealand. His home waters, however, are those of Calvada: the Truckee, the Little Truckee, Knott Creek Reservoir, South Fork Reservoir and the Humboldt River.  Doug will introduce us to these fisheries, the species found there, and, in general, how to have a memorable fly fishing experience not that far from SoCal. Make a Reservation Now. Here is a preview of Don's presentation:
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2016 Trophy Trout Waters of Calvada
 

 
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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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