- May 1: Phantom Canyon Trail Maintenance Canceled due to high water in the canyon.
- May 2: Phantom Canyon Trail Maintenance Canceled due to high water in the canyon.
- May 12: Board Meeting
Members are welcome to attend any board meeting. Check with a Board Member to find out where the meeting is being held.
- May 15: St. Peter's Fly Shop Sage & Rio Demo Day
Demonstrations, hands-on trials, and events.
12:00-2:00 Accuracy Competition
2:00-4:00 Smith Optics
Prizes & Giveaways
More information at http://www.stpetes.com
- May 18: Fly Fishing Film Tour
The Fly Fishing Film Tour is again in our area. This show was in Fort Collins last year so if you missed it or want to see it again, now is your chance. Doors open at the Rialto Theatre in Loveland at 6 p.m. and the show starts at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $15 for adults and there will be a raffle and items at auction. For more schedule information, see www.flyfishingfilmtour.com.
- May 19: Annual Meeting - Elections, Cutthroats, Photography, and Raffles
This is our Annual Meeting where we elect officers for the next year. If you have a greater desire in serving Rocky Mountain Flycasters, now is the time to express your interest.
We will also have Kevin Rogers, PhD., Aquatic Research, Colorado Division of Wildlife, Steamboat Springs, to speak about Cutthroat genetics.
You’ve seen Ken Eis’s photographs around our web site, now you can get some of his secrets on “How to Photograph Your Fish.”
To round out the last meeting of the year until September, we will be drawing the winners for the Behnke-RMF Scholarship raffle. See the raffle prize page for details on your last opportunity for this drawing. We will also have our regular raffle taking place. This is going to be an exciting meeting so you won't want to miss it.
Social hour begins at 6:30, and the Program follows at 7:00. Admission is free and the public is welcome. The Fort Collins Senior Center is located at 1200 Raintree Drive off Shields Avenue between Prospect and Drake. Additional meeting information.
Note of the Day:
The Henrys Fork of the Snake River, once one of the most popular trout streams in the West, has suffered environmental problems over the last decade, and its once-abundant big rainbows are now tough to find. The Henrys Fork Foundation is a grass-roots conservation organization that has made great strides in understanding this complicated ecosystem. Tom Rosenbauer