29th Inductee Into The NCCFFF
Fly Fishing Hall of Fame
Chuck Echer’s contributions to the art and sport of fly fishing will be formally recognized as he becomes the 29th inductee into the NCCFFF Fly Fishing Hall of Fame. Attend the Pleasanton Fly Fishing Show and then join us for dinner. Advance reservations required.
Hall of Fame to be held Saturday Evening February 28th, 2009 at the Veterans Memorial Building, 301 Main St., Pleasanton, California Social hour and silent auction start at 6PM - Dinner at 7PM – Followed by live auction, proceeds to conservation.
Join our local fly fishing personalities and national celebrities for a lively evening of dinner, induction ceremony, and fund raising as we celebrate Chuck’s place in fly fishing history
For reservations to this special event please use the Reservations Form. Reservation form along with payment must be received by February 15, 2009 to reserve your space. Seating is limited. Details, More info, Registration Form at:
In 1977 Chuck Echer, now of Pollock Pines, began teaching fly fishing at the American Sportsman Club, which expanded into the curriculums of the Piedmont accounting_software Education School, the Wilderness Unlimited Youth, and accounting_software Educational programs and the Becoming an Outdoor Woman Educational Program. Speaking engagements on still water tactics and demonstrations of the Paraloop “V” Hackle play to packed rooms at Federation Conclaves, the International Sportsmen’s Exposition and the Fly Fishing Shows. European Angling Shows have also shared his talents at venues such as Holland’s Fly Fair and Netherlands Fly Fishing Guild, and the Angling Fair of Chatsworth, England.
We know Chuck as the technical tier skilled in feather, fur and thread, yet able to communicate the simplicity and ease. We also know him as the skilled angler recording IGFA records. In the company of legends, Chuck received the most prestigious award in fly tying, the FFF Buzz Buszek Award in 1993.
The NCCFFF is proud to recognize Chuck Echer as the 2009 Hall of Fame Inductee for his long time contributions to the art, science, literature, techniques, enjoyment and conservation of fly fishing.
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