WELCOME TO MTFFMTFF is a fly fishing club in Marin County, CA. Since 2004, we have been bringing together fly anglers to share knowledge, experience, and good times. We host monthly meetings, fishing trips, casting clinics, and social dinners and events. Our members span all skill levels from beginner to veteran. We offer membership to anyone interested in fly fishing regardless of the skill level. Prospective members are welcome to attend our monthly meetings, meet current members, and learn more about us. If you would like more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spring Opener at Luk Lake March 8
Luk Lake is behind the Rolling Hills Casino in Cortland--a straight shot up I-5. The club's traditional spring opener is set for March 8. It's a private venue featuring lunker trout, largemouth bass and the occasional platter-sized bluegill. Daily fee is $135 payable to the club. Get details at email@example.com
The annual fly fishing film festival lands in Larkspur on March 10
Great photoraphy and sound. Sort of like Warren Miller's ski movie for fly anglers! https://mailchi.mp/caltrout/if4-2020-announcement?e=50b7ea0d99
Clear Lake March 13-15
Jeff Franzini will be hosting a "fish on your own" trip for Largemouth Bass & Crappie. Jeff will be camping at the Clear Lake State Park, site #78. If tenting it is not your style, try renting a park cabin. This lake is best fished from a Float Tube, Pontoon Boat, or Hard Bottom Boat. If you plan on attending, email Jeff at firstname.lastname@example.org
Springtime Feather River Steelhead March 24th
Lance Gray & Associates has reserved three drift boats to take six of our members down the river for some early spring Steelhead fishing. For more information on the Feather River visit http://www.lancegrayandcompany.com/rivers Sorry--this trip is sold out.
We have some terrific trips and programs coming up for you. If you are interested in one or more of our trips, now is the time to let us know!
April 7 and 8--Pyramid Lake We are offering a new fishing opportunity for Pyramid Lake. Guide Joseph Contaldi (Performance Anglers) and guide Doug Ouellette will be providing us a unique experience on the lake. You get a custom ladder chair setup that comes with access to two 8 wt. rods: 1 sinking and 1 floating line, plus their custom tied Pyramid flies. Hot fresh beach coffee brewing all day, shoreline gourmet meals breakfast and lunch, and cold bottled water! All you have to do is show up and be ready to fish. This is concierge beach fishing at its best! The cost is $225 per angler per day. Jeff Franzini is your host mailto:email@example.com
May 1-3--Sugar Creek Sugar Creek Ranch property's unique 114 acre landscape was dug up from the adjacent Scott River during the gold mining days. This cold, gin-clear water provides ideal habitat for the large rainbow trout that call these lakes home. Sugar Creek itself winds through the property. Set at 3,000 feet, the ranch remains relatively cool in the summer and the climate and fishing is simply majestic during the spring. Sugar Creek Ranch is located at the confluence of Sugar Creek and the Scott River in the Scott Valley of Northern California's Siskiyou County. Private water--about $140 per day. A cabin is available to share. For more information contact Jeff Franzini at firstname.lastname@example.org
May 18-20. Wild Horse Reserve is back for a second year. This is a guided trip to please all stillwater anglers. Eastern Nevada has some of the most prolific Stillwater Fisheries in the West. Most of them are still relatively unknown and have very little fishing pressure. The outing costs $225 per angler for a 2 ½ day experience covering Stillwater techniques, proper rigging, and shore line wading as well as float tube, pontoon boat and small pram techniques. There will be lots of free time to practice and catch some big trout and bass. Jeff Franzini is your host and contact for this one. Contact Jeff at email@example.com
June 3 and 6. Shad with Frank Duarte is in its 7th year for the club. Frank takes five anglers on his jet boat up the Yuba. You will fish where others cannot get in, and the scenery is beautiful. This should be a great year given the early spring we've had. Cost is about $200 per angler. Reservations are required--contact Jeff Franzini firstname.lastname@example.org for more!
June 21-27--Montana's Missouri River The club's premier annual trip to America's premier dry fly river. Guided fishing for 3 days; two days on your own. Meals, lodging and guide fees all for about $1,500. Roy's your host. email@example.com
Congratulations to Paul Wilson, recipient of the 2020 President's Award!
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