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  •   About 20 people attended the Washington Council’s first online meeting for club presidents and officers in February and I hope it won’t be the last. The purpose of the gathering was to introduce the services the council is offering to help clubs set up or expand their online fly [...]

Covering the Drift March 2021

Covering the Drift Oct 2020

  •   By Mike Clancy When people refer to The Tongass, they’re talking about the Tongass National Forest  located in the lower southeast section of Alaska. The nearest town is Wrangell.  It is 9.2  million acres, the largest National Forest in the USA and it has enjoyed protection from logging and [...]
  • by Steve Jones         I’ve been talking to officers of fly clubs in Washington and Alaska about how they are handling club meetings and activities after seven months of pandemic. The responses have varied, but Doug Nordstrom, treasurer of the Evergreen Fly Fishing Club summed it up well.                   “We’re [...]
  •   If you want to borrow the Washington Council Zoom account to put your club meetings online contact President@wscffi.org. Only one club can use the account at a time, so use will be scheduled to avoid conflicts     Best practices Ask for help. Some clubs have a member who [...]

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Hugh Lewis to present “Fly Fishing – Beyond the Sport”

  • Avid fly fisher and conservationist Hugh Lewis will give a talk entitled “Fly Fishing – Beyond the Sport” on July 9 at 2:00 in Special Collections (Wilson Library 6th floor). This event is free and open to the public. Western Libraries Heritage Resources 2019 Summer Fly Fishing Speaker Hugh Lewis [...]