This evenings presentation by Tim Flagler is entitled “What Trout Like to Eat & Flies to Feed Them”This presentation will include video of aquatic insects, bait fish & crustaceans trout eat to survive and the fly patterns we use to imitate them.
Tim resides in Hunterdon County, NJ. He is founder of Tightline Productions LLC (http://www.tightlinevideo.com) which are famous worldwide for excellent videography of fly tying. His videos can be found on Vimeo.com, Midcurrent.com, Orvis.com, and others.
Tim is a featured fly tier at the annual International Fly Tying Symposium, and travels the country as a guest for other Fly Fishing Shows.
Members and guests are invited.
April’s Membership Meeting
Wednesday April 25th 7:30 PM
Lackawanna, Lackawaxen and the Upper Delaware Rivers-
Northeastern Pennsylvania, whose waters are steeped in American angling history, boasts some of the best fly fishing for trout in the world. Among its prime trout waters is the Lackawanna River, which was a heavily polluted urban waterway for many decades during the region’s coal-mining heyday. Today, thanks to the efforts of local conservationists and fly fishermen, a five-mile stretch of the Lackawanna is a designated Trophy Trout fishery teeming with wild brown trout
Adam Nidoh, Manager of A&G Outfitters in Dickson City, PA, 570-489-1650, will do a presentation on Fly Fishing the local Streams of his area. Adam is born and raised in Scranton, PA (still live there).
Grew up spin fishing (we forgive him) for bass, but got into fly fishing when I was 13.
Have been fly fishing for the past 18 years.
Adam’s dad and Adamhave owned and operated A&G Outfitters, in Dickson City, PA, for 14 years.
Have been guiding for 10 years. Licensed in PA & NY.
Guide primarily on the Lackawanna, Lackawaxen, Lehigh, Delaware & Susquehanna Rivers.
Worked as the Fly Fishing Instructor/Guide at TLAW for 5 years.
Have been a part of the Orvis R&D team for 3 years.
Have been teaching Fly Fishing & Fly Tying Courses at Keystone College for 3 years.
Recently published in the guide book, Keystone Fly Fishing.
Currently works at Whitetail Country Fly Shop in Starlight, PA & for Cross Current Guide Service
Adam will bring a stack of the Lackawanna TU River maps with him so make sure you bring your $10.
Our speaker for the meeting on Wednesday, November 22 is our club member Sam Vigorita. Sam has fished Pa streams for over 40 years and will speak on Fishing the Upper Delaware River a fishery that Sam has particular expertise fly fishing. Sam will discuss fishing tactics and flies. Sam is a highly accomplished fly tyer and he also teaches advanced fly tying in several fly tying programs in the area.
Please plan to attend the meeting at 7:30pm.
Happy Thanksgiving to all our friends!
Our guest speaker this month is Steve Turrisi from The Sporting Gentleman shop in Glen Mills, PA. Steve is currently the lead fly fishing and fly tying instructor for the Sporting Gentleman.
Steve’s program is about fishing the White River in Arkansas. He will discuss fly fishing with streamers for the large trout found in this famous tailwater fishery. Many large Rainbow and Brown trout are caught in the river below Bull Shoals Reservoir year-round.
Members and guests are invited free for this presentation.
Place: Yardley VFW Post,1444 Yardley Newtown Rd (RT 332),Yardley, PA 19067
Join us for our annual Pizza night
Join us this Wednesday for our annual Pizza night. For this meeting we don’t have a speaker. However we enjoy each others company, enjoy pizza and talk about fly fishing in a low key environment. Also the club goes over its goals and shares stories about our trout season and upcoming fishing adventures. On the topic agenda is talks about upcoming club trips. This a great chance to meet and talk to others about fly fishing. Also is a time to find others who might be interesting in going fishing at some time.
We being with a social hour then the Pizza will arrive. Social time begins at 7:00 pm followed by the pizza arrival.
DVFF Meetings are held at the Yardley VFW Post, 1440 Yardley Newtown Road. Minutes for I-95 and shady Brooke farms