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THANKS to one and ALL of you that attended this year's Installation Dinner!
You all had a hand in making it another HUGE success !!
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Congratulations to Mark McLean and his award of being named the 2013
Fly Fisher of the Year!
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Congratulations also to Jeff Fadden for being named the recipient of the 2013
Dry Fly Award!
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Now is a great time to renew your membership for 2014
March 5: Board Meeting at Safeway Community Room - 7 pm sharp! All Club Members are welcome.
March 19: Club Meeting at the Tracy Transit Station - 6:30 pm. This month's Guest Speaker is Ed Lawrence and he will be presenting Bozeman Montana area Fly Fishing opportunities. Join us at 6:30 for Fly Tying featuring one of our club's Master Tyers... (tba).
February 5: Board Meeting at Safeway Community Room - 7 pm sharp! All Club Members are welcome.
February 19: Club Meeting at the Tracy Transit Station - 6:30 pm. This month's Guest Speaker is Rob Anderson and he will be presenting Pyramid Lake Fly Fishing opportunities. Join us at 6:30 for Fly Tying featuring one of our club's Master Tyers... Steve Potter.
Club Annual Installation Dinner is Saturday January 19th at the Tracy Community Center (950 East St). Doors open at 4 pm. This year's event has SOLD OUT.
REMEMBER... There is no Club Meeting this month... see you in February at the Tracy Transit Station.
March's Guest Speaker is Ed Lawrence
presenting Fly Fishing the Bozeman Montana Drainages
Ed has been fishing and guiding in the Bozeman MT area since the 1980’s.
He has been guiding the Yellowstone, Madison, Gallatin, Missouri and the Yellowstone National Park for 12 years. Ed has a staff of seasoned veterans who work with him.
Ed's presentation will cover the major drainages near Bozeman Montana: Gallatin, Madison, Yellowstone, and some in the Park. He will cover where to go, when to go and what to bring with you.
More on Ed Lawrence...
Welcome to Flyfishing, Montana Style...
You know, Big Sky country
is a special place. The sky is so big it seems you can see into the
future. Tree covered mountains are inhabited by deer, elk, and moose,
the skies by eagles and osprey, the fields by livestock keeping the
Sandhill cranes company…it’s pretty cool. And the fishing? Well, let's
just say there's a reason all of the major airlines fly fishermen from
all points of the compass to Bozeman, and why Simms fishing products is
You can find more information on Ed's services at: