Tuesday, February 11, 2014
Middle Fork Feather River Presentation at Peninsula Fly Fishers
On Thursday Febuary 20th I will be presenting a stunning and informative power point program on the Wild & Scenic Middle Fork Feather river at Peninsula Fly Fisher's monthly meeting. The MFFR is one of the first rivers to be designated as "Wild & Scenic" and is considered by many outdoor authors to be the most beautiful river in the state of California. From it's start in the Sierra Valley though the rich upper section of coniferous forest, to the expansive granite lined walls of the lower canyons, the audience will gain insight and knowledge to better their approach when fly fishing this magnificent river.
I'll explain the three different zones managed by the US Forest Service, access points, techniques, tactics, entomology, fly patterns, and the fish that inhabit the MFFR. The program features 130 slides of colorful and inspiring images, plus detailed maps of the area. Attendees will gain valuable information from the hundreds of days I've spent on the MFFR and shorten their learning curve on their next visit to the Feather River country.
If your in the area for the Pleasanton Fly Fishing Show make a point to stop by and enjoy my presentation. The meeting starts at 7:30pm at the Highlands Community Club, attendance is free and visitors are welcome. For more information on Peninsula Fly Fishers or to join the club, click here. I hope you can make it, the MFFR presentation is a must see!