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April 15, 2014 General News No Comments
The regular April meeting of the Lone Star Fly Fishers will be held on Tuesday, April 15, 2014 in Room 134 of the Tyler Junior College West Campus Main Building.
Our program for the evening will be a presentation on wilderness fishing in Wisconsin brought to us by Jeff Watson.  Jeff is a native Texan who now lives in Wisconsin and is visiting family in Jacksonville this week.  Weather permitting, he will be doing lots of fishing on Lake Jacksonville and other area fisheries.  He has a slide presentation on a three day trip in the driftless waters of Wisconsin.  Also, he will be acquainting members on a fly pattern developed by John Bethke called the Pink Squirrel.
Several members have wanted to have a casting instruction and practice session and now that daylight savings time is on, we will have plenty of daylight to do this before the meeting starts at 7:00 PM.  As usual, those wanting to eat and fellowship will be meeting at Rudy’s across from the West Campus at 5:30 PM.  From there, we will adjourn to the east side of the Main Building for casting.
The April outing is scheduled for April 25 – 27 on the Blue River near Tishomingo, Oklahoma.  Hal will be discussing more on the outing at the meeting.  Should you not be able to attend the meeting and need info on the outing, please let me know.

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