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    Using a rotary vise to help tie a Stimulator.
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    Jess Reilly from AEP and Lesley Peterson from TUC will talk about the e-DNA study of bull trout on the Tay River. Plus work on Rocky Creek and Fall Creek. Background here: https://www.ucalgary.ca/news/birds-eye-view-saving-bull-trout
  5. We will have two meetings on Zoom in December. As always everyone is welcome to attend. Dec. 2 Ruben Breitkreutz, the rep for Sage and Rio, will be talking about new products. Dec. 16 Jay White from Aquality Environmental Consulting will talk to us. http://aquality.ca/ Signon information is at http://www.nlft.org/Zoom
  6. Here is the link to Craig's presentation to the club as well as the link to the page that contains the 3 videos about fish stocking. https://mywildalberta.ca/fishing/fish-stocking/default.aspx
  7. Congratulations to John Hewitt, winner of the Cane Rod Raffle. The prize was a 7’ 6″ 3/4 weight cane rod with two tips, built on a Payne 98 taper, retailing at $1,350, built and donated by internationally known rod maker, Don Andersen, http://bamboorods.ca/
  8. Our Annual General Meeting will be held Wednesday, January 20th, 2021 at 7:00PM (MDT) via Zoom meeting ID 668 142 7482, password 306090. If you are unable to attend, please complete the attached proxy form and follow the instructions in the document. PROXY AGM '21.pdf
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    Our Annual General Meeting will be followed by Dennis Southwick tying some patterns.
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    We have special guest speakers for this Zoom event. More details will be posted as they become available.
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    Jay White will be our guest speaker. Topic TBA Everyone is welcome to attend. Sign-on info is at www.nlft.org/Zoom
  12. On Nov. 4 Bradley Peter will be our speaker from Alberta Lake Management Society. On Dec 16 Jay White from Aquality will be our Zoom speaker.
  13. Have a look at this video:https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=w_ktNoGeWPU Watch the video to the end as there are links.
  14. Welcome Peter, Also keep an eye on our facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/2405517529/ We have zoom meetings twice a month now, you are welcome to join in - easy to do from Grande Prairie. ken
  15. Hi my handle is FiskPete, but go by Peter Patershuk. My son and I have returned to Fly Fishing this summer. I fly fished 50 years ago. What I knew about fly fishing was rudimentary and still is. By chance I met Rob Boisvert at Spring Lake north of Grande Prairie where he gave me a fly which proved to be very productive. Rod spoke very highly of the members of NLFF and suggested that I join even though I live in GP. I haven't been able to find a fly fishing club in the GP area except for a defunct web page. So I am looking forward to leaning as much as I can even
  16. Here is the fly pattern supplied by Florin: The Hatchmaster, parachute version Hook Daiichi 1640 short shank dry fly or similar #12-18 Thread Danville 70 denier Flymaster 6/0 or Uni 8/0 olive Tail/body/wing Mallard (or other waterfowl) flank small size natural/olive/ginger Thorax BWO or PMD dubbing Hackle Blue dun or Ginger saddle tied parachute A fine bodkin and an extra bobbin with a fine tube help manage the duck feather. And some images and files hatchmaster.pdf hatchmastertoo.pdf Medicine May.pdf
  17. The video from the presentation is here https://youtu.be/Bxq8Pv3diNA
  18. Unfortunately the Covid pandemic has made it impossible for us to hold our annual dinner/auction as originally scheduled on November 7th thIs year. However, there is still a chance for you to become the proud owner of a 7’ 6″ 3/4 weight cane rod with two tips, built on a Payne 98 taper, retailing at $1,350, built and donated by internationally known rod maker, Don Andersen, http://bamboorods.ca/ . The draw will be held at 7:30pm on Nov 7th at the planned location for our dinner/auction, front door, Kenilworth Community Hall. You don't need to be there to collect your prize if you're the luc
  19. Aerators are now running at Hasse. ACA decided to add two to the 5 we provided (although one of these is awaiting a new part). Working well so far. If anyone is in the area over the winter please drive in and let me know(Treasurer@nlft.org) if all are running ok. ACA will check periodically but the quicker any breakdown is reported the easier it is to get it fixed. Water quality is good. Hopefully this will be a good rainbow/tiger trout fishery next Spring!
  20. In between open water and ice fishing, do you have time for some reading? https://1drv.ms/w/s!Alcg7H2cC-IGllNMYj72w_HN0OHI?e=bET6kB Cheers, Neil
  21. Not familiar with Elite Series hooks. Anyone tried them out - reviews?
  22. https://gcoutfitters.com/
  23. Good hook sale. Even with the US$ this is a good deal and they are good hooks. Cheers, Neil
  24. Well I should of bought 4 yr's a go in BC , but I didn't . then it took off so fast so renting and housing going through the roof we just couldn't afford the rent increases and BC 15% sales tax . Over all I have met great friends on the Island and will go to visit anytime , FlyRod .
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