The Atlanta Fly Fishing Club speaker for the March 13, 2013 meeting was Eric Stroup. Eric presented themes from his book Common Sense Fly Fishing. Topics include positioning, casting, drift and line control.
Month: March 2013
The Atlanta Fly Fishing Club Mentoring Program was started by JD Forrester, a long time member of the club with the purpose of introducing new members to veteran members while also providing fly fishing expertise on local rivers like the Chattahoochee River. Our club is all about education and camaraderie and each of these new […]
Club members got together in February for a fly tying workshop at Fly Box Outfitters. Bret Nelson did a great job teaching a few flies. Willie was recovering well. Good time had by all. Contact Bob at email for more information. Thanks Bob See more pictures under the club’s photo area
AFFC Members September is prime dry fly time on the Frying Pan River but the fishing is great year around. For those of you who could not come to the last meeting to see Cameron Cipponeri‘s presentation, below will give you a basic idea of cost as well as a link to the presentation. Air […]
I was very pleasantly surprised at the turn out for the AFFC club trip from Jones Bridge to Holcomb Bridge this Saturday. I wish the fishing had been as good as the participation. The club generally has a local club trip the weekend following club meetings. The purpose of these trips are to help introduce […]
Hello, This pictures are from a trip to South Andros in the Bahamas last week with Louis Cahill and Kent Klewein. http://www.ginkandgasoline.com/ I met Louis at the Atlanta Fly fishing club meeting last summer and shortly after signed up for the trip. I am so happy that I did. Despite some wind the fishing was […]
As many of you know, I enjoy fishing the Provo River, especially in the winter. For this trip, I asked Michael Orr to tie a number of flies for me as I was short the typical fly patterns for winter fishing. This is a great time of year to be fishing western streams as the […]