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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!

MARK YOUR CALENDARS OCTOBER 8, 2013

LeRoy Hyatt

OCTOBER 8TH MEETING
Leroy Hyatt

“Steelhead Fishing The Grand Rhonde,  Clearwater and Snake Rivers”
By: Brad Thompson

Our October speaker is Leroy Hyatt from Lewiston, ID. He is an expert on steelhead fishing in our area as well as tying flies for steelhead. As a commercial tier, Leroy produces over 500 dozen flies a year! (Yes – that’s six thousand flies that come out of his vise). He has also developed many original flies for trout fishing in North Idaho for rivers such as the North Fork of the Clearwater, Lochsa, and Kelly Creek.

His presentation will focus on fishing for steelhead on North Idaho’s premier steelhead rivers.
Leroy also co-hosts the television program “Fly Tying – The Angler’s Art” with club member Carolyn Sells. The show can be seen Saturday mornings on Northwest Public Television / KSPS.


 

TYING  DEMONSTRATION

BY  LEROY  HYATT

Leroy  will  be  doing  a  tying  demonstration  (not  a  tie-along,  so  leave  your  vise  at  home)  at  the  Wildlife  Council  Building
at  6116  Market  (2  blocks  south  of  Francis  from  3-5  beforethe  meeting  on  the  8th.

There  will  be  a  $5  charge.