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.
FEBRUARY 23--MAX GARRISON--7:00PM ON ZOOM
Max Garrison of Garrison fishing Guides is Marin and San Francisco's very own fly fishing instructional and guide service.
Max focuses his instruction and guiding in the abundant freshwater and saltwater options of the San Francisco Bay area.
With endless coastline and more lakes and reservoirs to count Marin and the surrounding areas have excellent fishing opportunities for the curious and eager fly angler.
Largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, striped bass, halibut, surfperch, bluegill, and more can all be caught within 30 minutes if you live in the 415.
In this presentation, Max will cover common locations, seasons, species, and tactics to boost your confidence in your home waters.
Garrison Fishing Guides hopes to open your eyes to the opportunity of flyfishing in your backyard.
The black bass are a group of freshwater fish native to eastern North America that are extremely popular with anglers. They can be caught in waterbodies that range from small order streams to mainstem rivers and from small ponds to large reservoirs. Historically, a few widely distributed bass species have received nearly all the attention. However, the discovery of numerous species over the last two decades has led to a growing interest in the diversity that exists within the group. Unique species can be captured in many southeastern US drainages, with different species often inhabiting separate habitats within a single river system. Management agencies and fishing groups have developed programs that recognize anglers that catch multiple bass species. It is hoped that this type of engagement will foster a greater appreciation for the lesser known black bass species and recognition of conservation threats that they face.
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Klamath Dam Removal is "GO!"