- January 9: General Meeting: Primary program will be Dave Coulson presenting "Boyd Reservoir from a Fly Fisher’s Perspective." Dave says "not many trout!!" but is about fly fishing and there will probably be some mention of fish. Come and help us start this year’s support of the Robert Behnke-Rocky Mountain Flycasters Scholarship.
Social hour begins at 6:30, and the Program follows at 7:30. Admission is free and the public is welcome. Additional meeting information.
- January 15: An evening with John Fielder to Benefit Save the Poudre
Save the Poudre is hosting a fundraiser on January 15th, with a fabulous slideshow by Colorado’s premier photographer John Fielder. Below is the information.
Lincoln Center, Canyon West Room
6:00 p.m. Save the Poudre Open House
7:00 p.m. John Fielder presentation
Tickets: $10 in advance, $15 Day of show
Tickets on sale at: Lincoln Center (221-6730), Avogadro’s Number, Bean Cycle, Outpost Sunsport, and Anthology Books (Loveland on E. 4th Street) For Info. 493-4677.
Join John Fielder, Colorado’s premier nature photographer, as he presents photos from his book “Mountain Ranges of Colorado”. Fielder’s books will be on sale and he will be available to sign them. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Save the Poudre campaign. There will also be information on how you can help Save the Poudre.
- January 15: Board Meeting 7:00 PM
Dave Coulson will be hosting this month’s meeting. Members are welcome to attend any board meeting. Check with a Board Member to find out when and where the meeting is being held.
Note of the Day:
The first school or college…to have fly tying and fly fishing as a credited course in America was Pennsylvania State College.
Herter, George Leonard, 1955, Professional Fly Tying and Tackle Making. (Waseca, MN: Brown), p.27.