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    Dennis will demonstrate a few patterns, including Vampire Leech.
  2. Jim and Ken were interviewed on the Ryan Jespersen show on 630 CHED radio today. Here is a link to the Grayling Interview
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    Business meeting and free tye
  4. Club members: Auction Items can be brought to club meetings on Wednesday nights. If would like a personalized donation request letter, please let Peter know. This is our major fundraiser of the year. Come out for an evening of relaxation & fun. Bring your friends! Location: 7104 87 Ave. Kenilworth Community Centre. COST $15 per person – tickets available online! <=== Click Here Please – Purchase tickets in advance, so we can order the right amount of food Doors open at 5:30pm Dinner served at 6:30pm Beer & Wine to be sold Dinner Shepherd’s Pie, Salad, Buns, Cheese with Cold Cuts
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    Rob Hinchliffe will talk about his 100 km hike through Mount Edziza Provincial Park in northern BC. Mount Edziza Provincial Park and Recreation Area is a provincial park of over 230,000 hectares in Stikine Country, British Columbia, Canada. The park contains and protects the Mount Edziza volcanic complex, a massive volcanic feature that has been the source for more than 20 eruptions in the past 10,000 years.
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    Ken and Emmerson will talk about fishing the North Saskatchewan and other waters around Edmonton from jet boats.
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    Our next meeting on Oct 9 will be a Make it yourself meeting. We will have tables set up with an instructor who can show you how to make a simple tool or device to take away. So far we have spool tenders, a dubbing loop tool, a dubbing teaser tool, a glue holder, and a yarn indicator for our practical crafts.
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    Oct 2 Business meeting and free tye
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    This is our major fundraiser of the year. Come out for an evening of relaxation & fun. Bring your friends! Location: 7104 87 Ave. Kenilworth Community Centre. COST $15 per person – tickets available online! <=== Click Here Please – Purchase tickets in advance, so we can order the right amount of food Doors open at 5:30pm Dinner served at 6:30pm Beer & Wine to be sold Dinner Shepherd’s Pie, Salad, Buns, Cheese with Cold Cuts
  10. Thanks for posting Terry. I've added my 2 cents.
  11. Please indicate if you are interested in attending the Grayling Blitz on August 17. The objective is to coordinate a group of anglers to collect data about fish population (Grayling, Athabasca Rainbows, Whitefish, etc) and habitat on the Freeman River and tributaries. We’ll supply maps and target sites as well as data collection forms. A copy of the data collection form is posted on our web site – it’s pretty straight forward and there will be minimal fish handling. The plan is to meet at a central spot near Edmonton (Tim Hortons) and break up into groups of 2-3. Instructions, maps, and data collection sheets will be distributed as well as review of safety plan. Fuel cards will be available for drivers for this event. Send an email to Grayling@nlft.org to register for this event. Some folks may choose to camp as well. Let us know in your email if you are interested in camping and we’ll help coordinate.
  12. The forum software was upgraded today. Feel free to report any issues here.
  13. see http://www.nlft.org/2019/07/04/grayling-blitz-freeman-river-july-20/
  14. Postponed until Aug 17 due to weather conditions.
  15. Grayling Blitz - Freeman River July 20 We've been in contact with fisheries biologists at AEP, and are excited to confirm our Grayling Blitz on July 20. The objective is to coordinate a group of anglers to collect data about fish population (Grayling, Athabasca Rainbows, Whitefish, etc) and habitat on the Freeman River and tributaries. We'll supply maps and target sites as well as data collection forms. A copy of the data collection form is posted on our web site - it's pretty straight forward and there will be minimal fish handling. The plan is to meet at a central spot near Edmonton (Tim Hortons) and break up into groups of 2-3. Instructions, maps, and data collection sheets will be distributed as well as review of safety plan. Fuel cards will be available for drivers for this event. Send an email to Grayling@nlft.org to register for this event. Some folks may choose to camp as well. Let us know in your email if you are interested in camping and we'll help coordinate. If you are fishing later in the season, please fill out a form for inclusion in the analysis.
  16. Check NSR today. It's almost 700 cubic meters/ second. Earlier in the week it was under 300.
  17. We stopped by the site on the weekend, and there is lots of growth in the willow stand.
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    See details in forum: http://forum.nlft.org/index.php?showtopic=6162
  19. Received the following email from Linda Duncan, MP for Edmonton Strathcona, asking for support for BILL C-438, an Act to enact the Canadian Environmental Bill of Rights and to make related amendments to other Acts. A copy of the petition will be available at the next NLFF meeting or you can access it directly through the links below BILL C-438 An Act to enact the Canadian Environmental Bill of Rights and to make related amendments to other Acts I'm very excited to announce that my Private Member's Bill calling for a Canadian Environmental Bill of Rights will be debated in the House of Commons on Thursday, June 6. The bill would require the federal government to take action to protect our environment and to empower Canadians to hold them accountable to deliver on that public trust duty. Please show your support for the bill by signing the online petition calling for the enactment, and help spread the word about the bill by liking and sharing from Facebook and Twitter. Full text of Bill C-438 can be found on the Parliament of Canada website. Linda Duncan MP Edmonton Strathcona
  20. We need 1-2 helpers for Friday May 31 to install more temperature probes and cameras. We also have some new signs to install and will be taking a look at the site where we planted willows last year. Let me know if you'd like to join, and I'll provide meeting details. ken
  21. Group photo by Barry White
  22. Mar 27 – Ray Kohlruss - from REEL ANGLING ADVENTURES, www.reelangling.com, on fishing the Athabasca area rivers and lakes
  23. Mar 20 – Dennis Southwick ( featured tyer on the Canadian Llama site and he who ties a dozen before breakfast) will be demonstrating some stonefly patterns along with an open discussion of tying and fishing them
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