Garden Hackle – January 2019

Garden Hackle - January 2019

January 2016 Garden Hackle

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March 2015 Program


The March 2015 Program will be a presentation on fishing the Cowlitz watershed for Steelhead and cutthroat trout by Mike Sturza of the Lost Creek Fly Shop. He will also discuss fishing for Tiger Muskie in Western Washington. Program is Tuesday March 17th, doors open at 6:30pm. Meeting starts at 7pm. Plan to attend.

SSFF February 2015 Garden Hackle


SSFF Feb 2015 Garden Hackle

November 2014 Program

The November 2014 Program will be a presentation by the Hood Canal Salmon Enhancement Group. Their dedication to the preservation of Salmon Habitat on Hood Canal is impressive to say the least. Through the work of staff, donors and an ever increasing group of volunteers they fund research and restoration projects. At the same time they carry out education that demonstrates how salmon, humans and agriculture coexist. This group's presentation is one not to miss!

October 2014 Program

The October 2014 Program will be on Tube Flies--how to tie them, how to fish them. Presentation is by Past President Don Freeman. Don't miss this exciting program!

September Program – Build Your own Pram!




Build your own pram or skiff

Some fly fishers tie their own flies, some build their own rods, a few of our club members have built their own prams. Join us on the 17th for a presentation by Joe Uhlman and a shipwright from the Tacoma Maritime Museum. Joe will talk about his experience building a pram with the help of shipwrights and the shipwright will talk about the facility made available for building one yourself. Several club member will have their prams at the meeting to check out including a 10’x5’ skiff.

SSFF Potluck BBQ!! August 20th

2013 picnic flyer

July Program is NWYCFFA

Jason Small will be sharing his experience with the Northwest Youth Conservation Fly Fishing Academy.

Please come and share your experiences too!



The Native Fish Society to inform us in February


This month we have guest speakers from the Native Fish Society.



Mike Moody is the executive director, and Mark Sherwood is the River Steward Program director. They will be discussing conservation issues and efforts. For those of you unfamiliar with the organization, this is a great opportunity to find out what's being done to help our waters. Guided by the best available science, Native Fish Society advocates for the recovery of wild, native fish and promotes the stewardship of the habitats that sustain them

Hope to see you there!

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