02-10-2004, 01:01 AM
Sean (SSully) has got back to me and said we are on for who ever wants to show... Feb 22 from 9 to 1:00...I think it's Stony Brook...but I have PM'd him for directions so I will post here... Let me know who is interested..it's bring your own but we can order pizza from the Club.
Anyone planning on doing any demonstrations (fly tying ;) ) or lessons?
A few friends are interested in starting to tie and this could be a great learning opportunity.
I really have been looking forward to this get together but guess I will have to wait until the next one. I will be in Aruba with family.
02-10-2004, 09:44 PM
Stony Brook Fish & Game Club,
128 Lowell Rd. Westford MA
-- Take exit 32 off route 3 (segment between Burlington and Nashua) to Drumhill rotary (now not so fondly referred to as Rubics Cube).
-- Exit rotary onto Old Westford Rd. Which is the third light if going around the rotary when getting off from Route 3 north and the first light (immediate right) if you getting off from going Route 3 south.
-- Take the first right (the road forks. but all the roads are forked in this town) onto Graniteville Rd. The Taj Mahal (Police Station) is on your immediate left. Chelmsford High School (baseball fields) will be on your right.
-- Proceed on Graniteville and stay left at the fork (told ya) on the road just past Sully's Ice Cream. No relation. ;-)
-- Continue on Graniteville (Parker Middle School is on your right) approximately 1.5 miles.
-- You will then come to a four-way (stop) intersection with School Street. Proceed straight through this intersection. This is where Graniteville becomes Lowell Rd.
-- From this intersection, the Stony Brook Fish and Game Club is about 0.2 miles on your right. Just after you cross the townline from Chelmsford to Westford.
Park in the upper parking lot and come in the front door.
The club serves a very reasonably priced breakfast downstairs on Sunday mornings until 11:00 A.M.
I'll make up a map soon.
You'll be missed.
...and I thought that I'd finally get to scrounge a sand eel off of you...
Have a great vacation!
02-12-2004, 12:29 PM
I'll be there. Anyone got an LCD projector? We could show a few slides of this season past. A few shots would be nice to druel at. I got a good one of Doug B. holding up a pig, spring run at Steep Hill, Boneclave, etc.
I have never caught a pig....atleast not a striper worthy of the term.:tsk_tsk:
Thanks for the kind words, I would have really enjoyed this get together. It will be nice to be warm for a few days though!
As you know the Forum owns a projector, or half of one. My Mastercard owns the other half, but I'll resolve that soon. The bulb which is about half used costs $400 to replace, so provided we can limit the projection time to say 60-90 minutes I would be happy to work out a way to get this to the gang somehow. Just say the word and we'll figure something out before I take off.
All you'd have to do is create a folder, put images in it and use the XP slideshow option and you're good to go.
A lot of geese flying north and the sun feels real strong. I think it's going to be pretty warm by that date but I could be wrong. I'll bet it will be warm enough to do some casting out on the field like that first year.
Last I heard, Iron Mike is getting the coffee.
I'll get some bagels and cream cheese.
Looks like this is gonna be smaller than in years past.
02-15-2004, 08:12 PM
A bunch of pics from the last stoneybrook clave...
I have no idea who these guys are..
Remember how warm it was in February?
Juro and Friends
John Morin ties some mean bonefish flies!
Vermont was represented!
Our host Sully, with Juro.
02-15-2004, 10:13 PM
HHightechtoo...Thanks for posting the pics and I am looking forward to It.
02-16-2004, 05:05 PM
02-16-2004, 05:31 PM
I'm looking forward to this. Is there anything I can bring?
02-20-2004, 10:24 AM
I plan on comming for a couple of hours.
Terry, want a ride?