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: Rhody Fly Rodders Monthly Meeting


RayStachelek
11-19-2000, 09:22 PM
Monthly meeting of the 2000-2001 Rhody Fly Rodders season will take place Tuesday, November 21 st. Doors open at 6:30 pm. Formal meeting starts at 7:30.

Tuesday's scheduled speaker and slide presenter will be Keld Olsson. His show on "Sea-run Brown Trout from Terra Del Fuego is a must see presentation. Not sure, but is Terra Del Fuego one of the precintcts that's being hand counted?

Meeting is open to the public to those, who might be interest to learn, or further their interest in the art of saltwater fly fishing. Come learn or share your experience with fellow fly fishers. Great night of fun and entertainment.

Directions: Route #114 Wampanoag Trail, East Providence. 1/4 of a mile north of WPRO Radio Station. Take right at the Riverside Sportsman Club sign on Mohawk Drive.

RayStachelek
12-16-2000, 03:15 PM
Monthly meeting of the Rhody Fly Rodders will take place Tuesday, December 19th. Doors open at 6:30 pm. Formal meeting starts at 7:30.

Finding that perfect shade of bucktail or saddle hackle won't be hard, if you attend Tuesday's meeting. Ron Montecalvo will do a demonstration on dying techniques. You will learn how to custom blend any shade or color. You can bring in any material. Just make sure it is clean of any fat or oil. Heck!, bring in them ole T-shirts. We can tye-dye them too.

Meeting is open to the public to those, who might be interest to learn, or further their interest in the art of saltwater fly fishing. Come learn or share your experience with fellow fly fishers. Great night of fun and entertainment.

Directions: Route #114 Wampanoag Trail, East Providence. 1/4 of a mile north of WPRO Radio Station. Take right at the Riverside Sportsman Club sign on Mohawk Drive.

juro
12-16-2000, 09:57 PM
That's mighty tempting... skip out a little early from the office, head south and stop at Wes' for a little barb-Q and a fresh brew; stop in for a little fly chatter and learn a thing or two about how they avoid raising different colored chickens!

I'll see if I can pull that one off. Might be tough though, I have relatives flyin' to town for the holidays.

i'm so outta here
12-17-2000, 07:39 AM
Ray -- Jen's semester ended last week, so I may be able to make this one. I'm just "dying" to tie some purple decievers ;)

RayStachelek
12-17-2000, 10:12 AM
Al D, Juro, and all -

Next months January 16th meeting at Rhody Fly Rodders will have a slide show by Cast a Fly Charters. Sorry there won't be any Big Gurl shots of Chatham, but with my off beat sense of humor, I'll dream something up.

Dr. Dave Ross said that if the weather is right, he will attend. There will be some slides of his trip on deck. If he does attend, I'm sure he'll have copies of his new book "The Fisherman's Ocean."

Don't forget the Fly Fishing Forum Raffle. Everything is up and running to speed now. Juro has done a wonderful job colating the items. If you want to know more about Cast a Fly Charters for the raffle, we will also be giving a slide show presentation at Crossroads Anglers December 26th.

Thanks for your interest. Make sure you check out all the other great raffle donations by clicking on the Auction Page.

RayS

RayStachelek
01-14-2001, 01:17 PM
Monthly meeting of the Rhody Fly Rodders will take place Tuesday, January 16th. Doors open at 6:30 pm. Formal meeting starts at 7:30.

If you're thinking spring already, then you don't want to miss the opportunity to view some warmer fishing adventures. Tuesday nights presentation will include a slide show journey from the southern shores of Rhode Island to Cape Cod Massachusetts.

Capt. Ray Stachelek, of Cast a Fly Charters, will be our guest. He will discuss fly fishing techniques and strategies for both shore and boat anglers. What fly fish equipment is right for you and your budget, boat preferences, fly designs, and other pertinent stuff will be discussed.

Meeting is open to the public to those, who might be interest to learn, or further their interest in the art of saltwater fly fishing. Come learn or share your experience with fellow fly fishers. Great night of fun and entertainment.

Directions: Route #114 Wampanoag Trail, East Providence. 1/4 of a mile north of WPRO Radio Station. Take right at the Riverside Sportsman Club sign on Mohawk Drive.

RayStachelek
02-19-2001, 05:23 PM
Monthly meeting of the Rhody Fly Rodders will take place Tuesday, February 20th. Doors open at 6:30 pm. Formal meeting starts at 7:30.

Are you tired of watching reruns on TV? If so, here's an opportunity to get yourself out of the house. Alan Caolo will be our host for the night of entertainment, fun, and learning more about our favorite species, the striped bass. Alan's expertise includes a vast array of fishing experience from inshore to offshore. He's a local resident of the Westerly who guides and fishes the Watch Hill area. He has written two books to his credit, Fly Fisherman's Guide to Atlantic Baitfish and a soon to be release book titled Sight Fishing for Striped Bass. Is that 20-20 hindsight or what?

Meeting is open to the public to those, who might be interest to learn, or further their interest in the art of saltwater fly fishing. Come learn or share your experience with fellow fly fishers. Great night of fun and entertainment.

Directions: Route #114 Wampanoag Trail, East Providence. 1/4 mile north of WPRO Radio Station. Take right at the Riverside Sportsman Club sign on Mohawk Drive.

RayStachelek
03-18-2001, 06:06 PM
Monthly meeting of the Rhody Fly Rodders will take place Tuesday, March 20th. Doors open at 6:30 pm. Formal meeting starts at 7:30.

Don't know what the regulations and fishing limits are for this season, than your in luck? Rhody's guest speaker will be Mark Gibson from the Rhode Island Dept. of Environmental Management. He will answer changes in fish quotas, species, lengths and limits. He'll answer any questions regarding the state of our stock programs. The trout season in RI starts the second Saturday in April for all those law abiding citizens.

Meetings are open to the public to those, who might be interest to learn, or further their interest in the art of saltwater fly fishing. Come learn or share your experience with fellow fly fishers. Great night of fun and entertainment.

Directions: Route #114 Wampanoag Trail, East Providence. 1/4 mile north of WPRO Radio Station. Take right at the Riverside Sportsman Club sign on Mohawk Drive.