Ricky Wolbert of Coastal Kayak Fishing Adventures presents a kayak angling power point and video presentation that is focused on helping the beginner and seasoned kayak fisherman get started in the world of salt water kayak fishing. While we touch on safely first, then go into details on seasons and launch locations from Sandy Hook to Cape May. Also we will discuss rods, reels and tackle used to catch some feisty salt water game fish as you will see in our with Live Fish Catching footage. We will also talk about kayak selections and gear and more to help get you get into the flow and ride the tides to an adventure of your own.
Join us by attending or ordering Take-Out on Monday August 20th, 4pm to 10pm.
Show the picture below on your phone, tablet or a print-out upon entering the Texas Roadhouse Restaurant in Bensalem, Pa. On that evening 15% of your food order will be donated to the Delaware Valley Fly Fishers. This helps us secure funding to invite guest speakers to our meetings and pay for the rental of our meeting place. Members and non-members can participate. Please tell your friends and family members also. Everyone is invited.
Colin Monahan has been pursing various species of fish since he was 12. Growing up in the greater Lehigh Valley area he was quickly introduced to stream trout and warm water fish in the Delaware and Lehigh rivers. He’s been fortunate enough to learn from pioneers and legends in the sport such as George Harvey and Joe Humphries as well as contemporaries like George Daniel and Joe Goodspeed. His love of angling has taken him to numerous locations around the world. As a practicing attorney, he spends his free time on the water or with his family.
Colin will be discussing various aspects of chasing muskellunge. His presentation will cover the gear, lines, and flies necessary, as well as fish habitat, conservation and angling etiquette. Apart from the crash course on Esox masquinongy, Colin will also discuss an important non profit organization who’s singular purpose is to educate anglers, preserve and establish viable populations of muskellunge, and above all, have fun while enjoying this precious resource.
Once again its our Annual Pizza Party and Rod Raffle.
Please email Jack at firstname.lastname@example.org that
you will be attending so we can get a number to
order the Pizzas.
June is a relaxed, light-hearted meeting and an
excellent time to make summer trip plans with your
fellow club members. We hope you can join us –
and we hope you can bring a friend.
You will get to share your fishing stories.
Bring your fly tying vises if you would like to sit
around and learn a few tricks. Jerry Coviello
promised a one of the new members, to help
him learn how to start tying flies.
And don’t forget the June meeting is the Rod
Raffle. Remember all the times you signed
your name on the roster? Well it’s time to
draw the winner of the Fly Rod.
Dave Rothrock has been pursuing trout, and other
species, with a fly rod since the mid-1960’s and he’s
been tying flies for a bit longer than he’s been
fishing them. He has fished throughout the East,
into the Midwest, and Europe where he fished great
waters in Austria and Slovenia.
Dave’s articles have appeared in FLY FISHERMAN,
AMERICAN ANGLER and PENNSYLVANIA ANGLER
magazines as well as other publications. His fly
patterns have have graced the pages of various
publications, books and calendars. He has presented
programs on fly-fishing related topics to groups
throughout the Eastern U.S. and Canada. Dave is
also a co-author of the book “Keystone Fly Fishing:
The Ultimate Guide to Pennsylvania’s Best Water.”
In 2004 Dave and George Daniel teamed together to
compete in the northeast regional qualifier for
Barrett Productions’ Fly Fishing Masters
competition. As a team they placed first out of 36
teams in the two day casting competition.
Dave is a former Orvis Endorsed Guide as well as an
IFF Certified Casting Instructor . He has worked
as an instructor in the L. L. Bean fly fishing schools
and has taught fly fishing, casting and fly-tying
classes for various fly shops. Dave currently guides
and teaches fly fishing and casting through his
business, Salmo-Trutta Enterprises. He utilizes many
of the best trout streams in central and north
central PA as his classroom environment.