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Laguna Madre Fly Fishing Association


February 26, 2014 – 6:30 P.M.
Harlingen Country Club
5500 El Camino Real, Harlingen TX
6:30 P.M. – Social and Mixer
7:00 P.M. – Dinner and Guest Speaker Mark Lingo
Raffle and Awards to Follow Guest Speaker
Non-Members – $35.00 (will include one year LMFFA membership)
Please RSVP By February 21, 2014
Mark Lingo – The Lower Laguna Madre Ecosystem Leader with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department will speak on the state of the Lower Laguna Madre Fishery
Raffle Items Include:

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

Additional items will be added as received

Visit Rio Grande Valley Fly Fishing Clubs at: http://llmfaflytiers.ning.com/?xg_source=msg_mes_network


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