Monday, May 30, 2016

YOU are cordially invite to...

Our Eighth Annual Fly Fishing Fair
Saturday 18 June 2016 -11:00 am 
at Waterbrook Winery
10518 W. Highway 12  Walla Walla, WA

“I fish because I love to. Because I love the environs where trout are found, which are invariably beautiful... Because in the woods I can find solitude without loneliness. ... And finally, not because I regard fishing as being so terribly important, but because I suspect that so many of the other concerns of men are equally unimportant and not nearly so much fun.”
― Robert Traver

There is an art and science to throwing a nearly weightless hook - with fur and feather attached - 30', 60', 90' to a rising fish. Almost anyone can do it - just come out and try it.
Group and individual fly casting instructions are offered
OH for the joy... of a nice fly presentation, and then the fishy hook-up that follows.

Demonstrating the art and science of fly tying --
where the smallest of flies, is sometimes what it takes to a catch large fish.
We do offer individual fly tying instructions - FREE 

Yes, we do stand around discussing fishing and other important matters in life

There are fish to be caught on the fly at our Fly Fishing Fairs at Waterbrook Winery

Walla² Fly Fishers - invite area fly fishing guide services to join us to share in the day and the opportunity to fly fishing our Pacific Northwest waters successfully

Walla² Fly Fishers' special community project is sponsoring our local Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, Inc.
The annual Fly Fishing Fairs gives the general public and the area fly fishing community the opportunity to join in our efforts to contribute to the cause with silent auction tables, holding some nice items.

At Waterbrook Winery there is pop, lunch, and wines served to refresh the day, Please join us.

We offer individual fly casting instructions - FREE
Visit our previous SEVEN Fly Fishing Fairs links to get a taste of our venue, and the Waterbrook Winery.
June 18th
once again we will be fly fishing / fly tying / talking about the art and science of the sport. Will you join us?
FREE - hands on programs of fly casting, fly tying, fly fishing to the interested PUBLIC - we have the fly fishing gear you will need, or bring your own.
Click on this link and follow the label - Fly Fishing Fair - to view past Walla² Fly Fishers' Fly Fishing Fairs and other club activities.

Tight lines and good fishing

Direction and map to Waterbrook Winery

We hope you will join us here on June 18th.

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

A Report from...

Our Meeting of May 18 --

In the absence of Dale McKain our Club's Secretary, these notes were provided concerning the business of our May meeting.

There were 15 members and guest in attendance. 

- Discussed was the upcoming - Eight Annual Fly Fishing Fair on June 18.

- Treasurer Dr. Doug reported that we have a little over $1200 in funds in our bank account and the meeting's needed funds bag.

- Diane told us about her 2016 Youth Fly Tying Class and their excursion to an area pond to test their creation from the tyers' bench. 

- Daniel has found a good lake for bass fishing and thinks it would make a good fishing outing for club member to try out.

- Daniel Biggs gave the evening program of a video presentation of fly fishing highlights from around the world. This was not one of his personal video, but very interesting.

- Report is, Bennington Lake is producing some nice fishing time if you have a raft, pontoon boat, float tube. Green Wooley Buggers and/or anything yellow works well trolling.

- Fly boxes this evening (door prize and raffle) went to Herb and Doug. Enjoy

Dave Stemmer – President
Tom Craig – Vice President
Doug Coe – Treasurer
Dale McKain – Secretary - Blogmaster
Dave Stemmer