You, your friends and family are invited to the Southwest Council FFF’s Fly Fishing Faire, Sept. 13-16 in Mammoth Lakes, Calif.
It’s after Labor Day, so there’ll be smaller Sierra crowds, perfect weather and early Fall colors.
But best of all, the Fly Fishing Faire will be a total immersion with clinics, workshops, casting, fly-tying and vendor displays. It will be a bargain hunter’s paradise as retail stores close-out 2012 merchandise.
accounting_software admission is $10; age 16 and under free. One admission is good for all Faire days. Hours are Thurs., 2-5; Fri., 8-5; Sat.; 8-5; and Sun., 9-3.
If you have a son or daughter, neighbor, work colleague or brother-in-law you promised to teach to fly-fish, this is a great opportunity for you to get off the hook. There will be classes and workshops for every level – bare novice to intermediate to someone who just needs a little touch-up on technique.
The Faire will be headquartered at Cerro Coso Community College; 101 College Parkway in Mammoth. Fly-fishing guides will conduct workshops both at the college and on nearby waters. Take a class in the morning, go fly-fishing that afternoon!
Programs on Hot Creek, the upper and lower Owens River, Saltwater Fly Fishing, Lake Crowley, Pyramid Lake, Walker River Basin, Merced River, Yosemite waters, small stream tactics, bass in the lower Owens; wildlife photography, history and Sierra sightseeing. Display booths, raffles and auctions.
For information, a schedule and to register, visit southwestcouncilfff.org/faire / phone (818) 757 3474.