Fall Meetings

  Next Club Meeting Monday 2, October 2017

 Captain Ray Stachelek

Fall Fishing The Rhode Island Coast

 

  Outings

May 19 Gloucester Shore Trip 

May 30 Jack Webb Plum Island / Merrimack River Shore Trip

June 3 Skill Building Day/ North end of Plum Island 

June 10 BBQ and Casting Clinic / Moseley Woods Park

June 12/ Merrimack River Boat Trip

June 13 Project Healing Waters shore trip / North end of Plum Island

June 21 Pavilion Beach shore trip 

June 28 Maine Shore Trip

Sept. 23 RI Boat Trip

TBA October RI shore trip 

 Monday, October 2, 2017 Ray Stachelek. Fall Fishing on the Rhode Island Coast

A long time friend of the club "Captain Ray" has been fishing the waters from Watch Hill, RI to Cape Cod MA for nearly fifty years. He is a presenter at the National Fishing Shows along the East Coast. He has designed and innovates a variety of salt water flies and is the originator of the Angel Hair Fly. He has produced numerous informative You Tube videos which include many  of the  fishing areas on the RI Coast. "Captain Ray, will give overview of fall shore fishing opportunities on the RI Coast which should provide club members the information needed to head South for more opportunities this season for a tight line

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Monday, October 2, 2017 Ray Stachelek. Fall Fishing on the Rhode Island Coast

A long time friend of the club "Captain Ray" has been fishing the waters from Watch Hill, RI to Cape Cod MA for nearly fifty years. He is a presenter at the National Fishing Shows along the East Coast. He has designed and innovates a variety of salt water flies and is the originator of the Angel Hair Fly. He has produced numerous informative You Tube videos which include many  of the  fishing areas on the RI Coast. "Captain Ray, will give overview of fall shore fishing opportunities on the RI Coast which should provide club members the information needed to head South for more opportunities this season for a tight line

Monday, November 13, 2017 Rick Little, Saltwater Fishing-Lessons Learned 

Rick, owner of Shadcreek Flies located in Hamstead NH, is a company that creates quality, productive flies for the discerning fisherman. Rick will present lessons he has learned fishing the New Hampshire coastline and the north shore of Massachusetts. He will discuss the ways in which he has adapted his freshwater fishing knowledge and skills to the saltwater experience and provide some tips, that might be helpful to the freshwater angler who is interested in exploring our New England coastal waters.

Monday, December 11, 2017 Joe Calcavecchia, Flies and Fly Tying 

Joe Is a production tier, a saltwater master fly tier, and the creator of many well-renowned fly patterns such as the Striper Dragon, Mojo Squid, and the Bonito Bear. He has been tying commercercially for the past twenty-five years for fly shops in the New England region. He is also a fly designer for Spirit River and on the Regal Vise Pro Staff. He is a master teacher in fly tying and instructors students with a jovial manner that is always infectious to everyone in attendance.

 All 2018 dates are tentative. 

 

January 8, 2018. Rich Strolis, Fishing the Farmington River Conn. 

Rich is a commercial fly tyer specializing in custom flies for the Northeast and aboard. He was most notably known for his 10 years as a independent guide on the Farmington River and has been fishing for over 30 years and has 25 years of tying experience. He is the author of the book Catching Shadows, a detail overview of his innovative fly patterns and how to fish them.  Rich will be tying flies along with his presentation on the Farmington River which is considered by many to be the best trout fishing river east of the Mississippi! The information should provide club members the needed information to take a trip West to fish this outstanding river in Connecticut

Febuary, 2018 TBA 

 

Monday March 12, Mark Dysinger  Striped Bass Real Estate

Captain Mark Dysinger, FlyosophyCharters LLC, guides the waters of Long Island Sound to Port Judith RI. Captain Mark's presentation will be on locating striped bass. Striped bass live in a wide variety of habitats...finding the fish in those places is the key to catching them. This presentation emphasizes a practical approach to locating bass in various water types based on tide, forage, and season. Finding the fish is usually the hard part; catching them after confirming their presence can be reality easy.

Monday April 9 2018, Chart Night

 

 

 

 

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Annual Fishing Outings

 Each year the club holds a number of outings and events for members. Sign-up lists for club trips will be at the welcome table at the May meeting. Fishing outings are open to members only.  Participation by members may be limited for reasons of weather, safety or space. Members must sign up in advance to participate in a fishing trip. Dates and details of each trip will be published in the club newsletter, The Moon Tides.


May 2017-Jack Webb Plum Island/ Merrimack River Shore Trip- an evening wade-fishing trip on the north end of Plum Island. Open to all club members. New members are encouraged to attend and meet and fish with fellow fly rodders familiar with the area.

June 2017 Skill Building Clinic- shore trip which includes instructions for beginner to advance saltwater anglers. Casting, rigging, fly selection and techniques for all levels taught by experienced club members.

June 2017 Merrimack River Boat Trip - an evening boat trip on the Merrimack River on the perfect flooding tide to fish Joppa Flats. A great opportunity for club members who don't own a boat to fish the Merrimack with one of our many experienced captains.

June 2017 BBQ and Casting Clinic - Sailsbury Beach 

June 2017 Project Healing Waters- instruction by club members on saltwater basics offered to injured military service personnel and disabled veterans.

Boat Fishing Outings are RESERVATION ONLY. In the event we have more guests than allowable given the available boat space, names will be drawn at random. You will receive additional information via the club newsletter as to when and how to make your reservation.

Other Special Events

From time to time, the club holds additional skill-building events such as casting clinics, fly tying demonstrations, and others for members.

                                             2016 June 18 Casting Clinic will be back at Salisbury Beach this year. 

 

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