On Tuesday, August 21st, we are going to be treated to five of the most outstanding speakers we’ve had for this annual event in several years. As usual the evening will consist of a delicious barbecue dinner before the speakers begin, and during that time attendees can peruse a variety of used fly fishing equipment that our members will bring to the event to sell, trade, or give-away. The festive mood will be accented by usual piano player. After dinner,…
James Losee is the South Puget Sound fish biologist for the WDFW. He is responsible for groundbreaking research on the South Sound Coastal Cutthroat research project. The initial stage of this project is being wrapped up. This program will explain, in part, why the South Sound has such a vibrant coastal cutthroat population. Marcia Kindinger will be demonstrating how to tie her favorite fly for all to learn its tying techniques.
Chris Wilke is the Executive Director of the Puget Soundkeeper Alliance. This group monitors the health of the Sound and its tributaries. Chris will speak on the mission and the various activities of this conservation group. Chuck Ballard will be demonstrating how to tie a couple of his favorite flies to learn their tying techniques.
Greg Crumbaker will be profiling the members of the WFFC who were instrumental in the establishment of the club 79 years ago! Rich Gaspar will be demonstrating how to tie his favorite fly for all to learn its tying techniques.