I'll be speaking this coming Wednesday evening (8/14) at the High Sierra Fly Casters monthly meeting In Gardnerville, NV featuring "The Wild and Scenic Middle Fork Feather River". Considered the most beautiful river in California by many authors, this unique river flows gracefully from the Sierra Valley, through the lush Mohawk Valley before plummeting downstream into the expansive gorge of the "Wild" zone.
My power point presentation will feature great useful information on access areas, flies, entomology, techniques/tactics for all seasons, maps, and equipment. As a designated "Wild and Scenic" river, I'll also explain the 3 different zones that make up the MFFR and how they can be best approached by a fly angler.
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