Bill is a Federation of Fly Fishers certified Master Casting Instructor . He ties his own flies and makes most of his fly rods. He has caught trout and salmon in Labrador, Newfoundland, Kamchatka, the Kola Peninsula, Alaska, Chile and three additional Canadian provinces and fifteen US states. Each spring he catches 200-300 fish nymphing on Connecticut’s Salmon River.
For a stream angler Lakes can be a mystery. If you can read the water streams have a lot to tell you. Lakes tend to keep their secrets. But there are ways to crack the code. The presentation is based on experience gathered in trout lakes in Connecticut and Vermont as well as wild lakes in Argentina and Chile. The roles of a trout as both predator and prey and its effect on angling approaches will be discussed. Where trout are likely to be found in lakes based on season time of day and light conditions is covered. Methods for getting a fly to these locations will be discussed. Finally flies and equipment will be covered.
Please join us on February 12th for this great program. Doors open at 6:15 pm.