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Where: New Braunfels, Texas
When: Thursday, June 12, 2014; 8:00AM-5:00PM
What: CE classes consisting of the following:
Afternoon Session (select 2 of 3)
Cost: $120 for the day-long session with lunch included. Limited enrollment. First to enroll are given priority in selection of afternoon workshops.
For the last few years we have honored a “Sportsman Conservationist of the Year” . Lefty has accepted the honor and will be a guest at our banquet along with Ed Jaworski. I would appreciate if you could get the word out to FWFF and DFF. Banquet details will follow soon. However, this I know for certain now.
Banquet Date – Thursday April 17th – 5:30 – 10:00
Location – Frontiers of Flight Museum near Love Field
Benefitting – Coastal Conservation Association Texas
Ticket price for table of 8 – $ 1,000.00
Individual tickets – $ 125.00
Contact for ticket sales : John Hansen 214-890-0921(O) 214-243-9435(M)
Thanks a million!!
Laguna Madre Fly Fishing Association
ANNUAL CATCH AND RELEASE AWARDS BANQUET
A 3 night, four-day fly fishing trip for two to Spencer’s Cabin at the land cut. Two Ibis boats, food and drinks included
Donated by Spencer Gaille and Stanley Woelfel
Able fly reel case – Donated by Tony Kirk
Numerous fly tying supplies – Donated by Gary Bacon
Stripping Tray – Donated by Gary Bacon
Wading Boots – Donated by Gary Bacon
Stripping Basket – Donated by Spencer Gaille
Sting Ray Guards – Donated by Spencer Gaille
Wading Stick – Donated by Spencer Gaille
Box of member tied flies – Donated by Orvis & Bryan Robinson
Mirage Leaders – Donated by Orivs
Fishing Shirt – Donated by Bryan Robinson
Wading Pack – Donated by Bryan Robinson
Visit Rio Grande Valley Fly Fishing Clubs at: http://llmfaflytiers.ning.com/?xg_source=msg_mes_network
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