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FEDERATION OF FLY FISHERS
Conserving-restoring-educating Through Fly Fishing

SFF Events

Monthly Meetings

The Spokane Fly Fishers meet on the second Wednesday, September - April, of every month at 7 pm. at: ST. Francis School, 1104 W. Heroy

May is our Awards Picnic, held off site.

Meetings usually consist of a guest tier before the meeting, a brief business report, and a guest speaker. We always have a small raffle to support our video library. For our March meeting we have our conservation raffle to support various projects through out the year. November is our fly auction which is a large part of the clubs support. December is the annual Christmas party with plenty of great food and gifts for all. Of course, St. Nick makes an appearance. Our March meeting is the Conservation raffle and April is our ever popular Extravaganza. We hold our May Awards Picnic off site.

We skip meetings in June, July and August as most all are too busy fishing anyway!

Please feel free to attend as a guest of the club and enjoy our hospitality!

APRIL 9, 2014 SFF MEETING EXTRAVAGANZA

Chairman, Mike Fortney

Be sure you attend this year’s Extravaganza. Mike has managed to get a wide variety of booths lined up for us. In attendance will be the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (learn where to fish), Project Healing Waters, Fly shops, resorts, the Steelhead Coalition, tiers (including our very own Carolyn Sells and Leroy Hyatt). You will also be able to taste spirits from Dry Fly Distillery and food samples from McKenzie River Grill.

This is a terrific educational meeting, so drop in anytime after 5, o’clock meet our guests and learn. The actual meeting (program) will begin at seven. There will also be door prizes.

Mike and his kitchen crew will have his chili dogs, hot dogs and Polish sausages available between 5 and 7.

FOOD DRIVE

By: Dan Ferguson

The “admission” to the extravaganza will be a NON PERISHABLE food item (s). This is a great opportunity to hit Costco for those dozen packages of fruits, veggies, soups and stews. Keep half and donate the rest! I hope to bring in enough food to need three men and a strong boy to load the stuff into my truck.