Fundraising Event Monday August 19th at Texas Roadhouse Bensalem

DVFF are excited to announce yet another night out at Texas Roadhouse in Bensalem (1545 Street Road)

The event will take place on August 19th, 2019 from 4pm-10pm.
10% of your bill is donated to the club, so the more people that attend, the more money we receive as a whole!
As always, there will be raffle baskets as you enter, so make sure to keep an eye open to win some prizes! While there, please make sure to sign in as well.
IMPORTANT:
You need a copy of the flyer in order to receive the benefits towards the club. I’ve attached a digital copy, so feel free to show your waiter/waitress on your phone, or print out a physical copy. Either works!
If you can’t make it to the event, but still want to help out, we have the option of pre-purchasing a gift card that will count towards our overall bill. In order to do so, please submit your payment prior to the date to Steve Wermuth, who will buy your card during the event!
Orders to go (takeout) will also be applicable towards our bill, but must be purchased within our window of 4-10pm (flyer is still needed)
Texas Roadhouse info can be found on the attached flyer. (below)
We’re also looking for a few extra hands to help with the sign-in table so please don’t hesitate to volunteer!
Any further questions? Feel free to contact Steve Wermuth (bgwrm4u@aol.com)
Hope to see you, and as many family members/friends as possible there!
Aug 19 Texas Roadhouse
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Saturday June 29th Fishing location changed from Susquehanna

Due to unsafe wading conditions on the Susquehanna River this week we will change the location of the outing this day to the Tulpehocken Creek, Northwest of Reading, PA.
We will plan to meet at the parking lot below the dam at Blue Marsh Lake at 9:00am.
Access to this  parking lot is off of Palisades Drive.
Sorry for the change in plans.  The water flows are too high in the Susquehanna River for safe wading.  A weeks time will not change these conditions sufficiently to be safe.
The flow conditions for the Tulpehocken Creek are not expected to cause further changes to these plans.

DVFF Meeting June 26, 2019 – Our Guest is Dianne Tidy of Fly Fishers International

Finding Out West DIY with Dianne Tidy

Dianne Tidy

Dianne’s first fly-fishing lesson was in the Atlantic surf at Island Beach State Park in NJ nearly 15 years ago. She remembers being “the only woman fly fishing on the beach! I was lucky to have some of the greatest saltwater fly fishermen willing to share their knowledge with a beginner girl fly fisher.” Their willingness to share is the reason that she continues to mentor and encourage others to discover and enjoy fly-fishing.
Dianne is a Fly Fishing International Certified Casting Instructor and the only certified woman instructor actively teaching within the contiguous states of Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, Delaware and NJ.
Always busy in retirement she has volunteered and taught for Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, Casting for Recovery, Fly Fishing International, International Women Fly Fishers and various other fly fishing clubs and organizations. In August 2014 she became the first, and only, woman from the East Coast to lead the FFI Women’s Fly Fishing Program held in Livingston, MT. Dianne has taught the “Introduction to Fly Fishing for Women” at the Lancaster Fly Fishing Show for the past 4 years.
Dianne currently sits on the Board of the Directors of the Chesapeake Council, FFI and the Chesapeake Women Anglers. She previously served on the Board of Directors for the Coastal Conservation Association (CCA) of Maryland, North East Chapter.
Dianne and Ken Tidy live at the head of the Chesapeake Bay in North East, Maryland. Currently they are restoring a 1988 Airstream and hope to have it on the road later this summer. Taking their two (2) mini dachshunds along, they are headed west to fly-fish in Colorado, Montana and Wyoming.

Meeting May 22, 2019 7:00PM our Guest is Anita Coulton

Euro Nymphing is the topic of this evenings presentation by Anita Coulton.

Anita started fly fishing more than 20 years ago on PA streams with her father. After attending the Orvis Fly Fishing School her addiction was fully entrenched. Though trout are her passion, she’s skilled fishing for anything that swims in both fresh and saltwater.Anita Coulton

Anita is a well known and respected competitive angler on the top ranked Team Freestone. She has competed alongside both Team USA and World Team members, and has multiple top 10 finishes.

Some highlights of her accomplishments include:
*2014 Spring Creek Masters 1st place Team
*2014 Deep Freeze, Chittenango NY: 2nd place Individual
*2014 CNY Classic 2nd place Team
*2010 AuSable Two Fly First Place winner
She is also a graduate of the Reel Women Guide School in Montana.
Anita shares her passion with organizations like the US Youth Fly Fishing team, and Casting for Recovery. When not on the water, Anita works in a physical therapy outpatient clinic where she help patients get back to living the life they wish to. Anita’s also an expert in the Martial Arts, recently earning a black belt in karate. She’s an excellent teacher of all ages and skill levels who loves to hit the water, catch some fish, and have some fun!

Anita is a guide with Cross Current Guide Service & Outfitters an Orvis Endorsed Fly Fishing Guide Service on the Upper Delaware River.
Contact Anita:  crosscurrentguideservice.com