Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Calendar Update

A couple updates for your off-season calendar:

The Fly Fishing Show in Marlborough is coming up on January 15, 16 & 17. My guiding partner Jim Norton is on the program in the "Destination Theater" talking about Fly Fishing in NH. If you go to his pitch, be sure to introduce yourself and tell him you saw it here.
Jim is also presenting at the Nashua Public Library fishing seminars January 7 about fishing the Rangeley Maine area. He is also conducting a free Fly Tying class at the Nashua library on January 23. See the November 4 blog post below for more details.
Also, I'll be presenting at the Salem, NH public library on April 15 about Fly Fishing NH.
And Jim and I will do a show about Fly Fishing the large rivers of NH at the Pemigewasset TU chapter meeting on April 23.

If you have a friend or spouse that would like to learn how to fly fish, the first 2010 session of the Northeast Fly Fishing School will be held April 24 and 25 at Evening Sun Fly Shop in Pepperell. That class is about half full, so don't wait if you have somebody who wants to attend. (The class is also useful for intermediate fly fishers who want some hatch-matching and casting/presentation pointers.)

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2010!


  1. Gerry,
    I got the chance to see Jim's presentation at the NH fishing/hunting Expo yesterday. Those were some great shots and we enjoyed the shots of some of the spots. Also- finally learned why my cleats slide around on the rocks on the Pemi in Bristol... Didn't realize the silt from the dam had sand blasted and hardened the rocks.


  2. Eric,
    Glad you liked the presentation.
    In the winter we can dream about hatches and new places to fish - hope the presentation gave you some ideas

  3. Gerry,
    It did. Berlin may be calling me this spring.
    I have fished up at the Pontook Dam and the 13 mile woods up in Errol, but never off RT heading towards Bethel ME.

    I am definitely looking forward to some warmer weather and heading back to the Judge and Jury Pools below the 1st Connecticut Lake dam... I have a score to settle with that 4-5lb salmon that broke off Labor Day weekend.