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  • July 20, 2019 10:40 AM | Anonymous member

    W hi I'm at Foster City awaiting the casting clinic but I must have misread a date or a time or maybe a cancellation where do I find is in a newsletter so I don't make the same mistake again thank you

  • July 19, 2019 10:52 AM | Anonymous member

    Last night at the Installation dinner, a basket that I brought to the event, a woven, multicolored basket with a distinctive handle (blue tape at one end) disappeared. It was on the bench behind the  raffle table and may have inadvertently been picked up by someone thinking it was part of a raffle award. The basket has a lot sentimental value and I would like to get it back.

    Barbara




  • May 19, 2019 8:44 AM | Anonymous member

    I can not find a way to contact anyone. I wanted to mail some Hex Hatch flies to the club for witch I have no more use as I now live out of state. Please email to 

    Thanks, Dennis Marguet, dmarguet@frontiernet.net

  • Hat

    May 08, 2019 6:04 PM | Anonymous member

    Thank you for the cap.  Will wear with pride, and have not earned.


  • April 03, 2019 10:28 AM | Anonymous member

    Hi all,

    I know you're having a fish out at Pyramid coming up, and wanted to share was successful for a friend and I . We were there 4 days, last Friday thru Monday night.

    We fished whino, popcorn, and Sutcliffe beach, only got 1 24" . Fished pelican the last half day and got 6 between 24_28".

    Best set up was intermediate sink with versaleader 15 ips,. 4' flouro  to weighted Olive wooley bugger, 2' dropper with weighted Olive balanced leech, all fish were caught on the balanced leech! 

    Good luck!

    Bob Ramsey

  • March 07, 2019 5:34 PM | Anonymous member

    Hi PFF members

    Below is my response to the ?  On my fly fishing skills on my application

    Hi Debbie

    I've been flyfishing for over 50 years, most all has been high mtn lakes and streams. 3 years ago I decided to chase nutrients rich world class rivers.Humbled and frustrated I found out I needed to learn a lot more. Dove in head first and read, researched, watched videos, and tried to apply on the waters. Learned new casting techniques, nymphing styles, indicators, hatches etc. Loving every minute of it! Hooked for life, on a never ending weekend!

    Bob

    Recently retired, and a hunger for adventure and exploration! I've always called the Trinity Alps home away from home. Having family up their, theAlps we're my go to place, for camping, fishing and hunting, raised my children to enjoy and appreciate the great outdoors as I have, and cherish the memories! 

    I look forward to meeting you all, and sharing the waters with you!

    Bob

  • June 01, 2018 12:17 PM | Anonymous member

    I would like two tickets for the July dinner. I will send a check  need address? Richard  Holubek Thank You

  • August 14, 2017 2:08 PM | Anonymous

    I have a guide, a car, and room reservations for two days on the Rogue in Oregon, September 20 and 21. I would like a fishing buddy. Interested? Call me at 650-233-2720.

  • February 26, 2017 10:49 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Conservation: PFF Trout in the Classroom                                February 14, 2017
    Or “How to return more fish to the water than you catch”.

    Les Junge is the chairperson for the PFF “Trout in the Classroom” program. Through this program young kids have their first shared experience with the “wild” in California outdoors. Through a classroom experience of hatching eggs and coordinated learning activities, students experience firsthand the value of aquatic environments, the balance in life that must be exercised to preserve and maintain the aquatic habitats. Plus, how their personal actions affect these valuable resources.

    Les, teachers, and the students set up a chilled aquarium in the classroom. They receive fish eggs under a special CDFW permit, and observe, discuss, and learn about the fish and their environment as they hatch and develop. The experience culminates in a field trip to a local lake where the fish are released along with songs, poems, and Les’ stories to remember the experience. This is a hands-on, interdisciplinary project for grades K-12 and has the following objectives.

    • Provide a positive learning program for classrooms on the value of aquatic ecosystems through the hatching and release of trout
    • Help students learn about their local watershed and how human activities affect the quality of water in local streams, lakes and the bay.
    • Provide support to teachers to enable them to participate in this learning experience.



    In 2016 there were 11,000 students in the greater bay area schools that made eye-to-eye contact with a baby fish. Just imagine the experience and what they learned. That was 11% of all program students nationwide. In 2018 there is the opportunity to increase those numbers.  If you are interested in volunteering to connect fish and outdoor stories with kids, please contact Les Junge.       
                                                             
    Article by Gary Trott. PFF Secretary. Keeper of fish stories.    

  • October 06, 2016 3:15 PM | Anonymous member

    PFF Members, Thank you for posting some of our photos on the website. I would like to learn how that was accomplished. 


    Thanks for your thoughtfulness.   Christine







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