Winter is fast approaching and the lakes are becoming our destination in the coming months.
There are a number of events over June so please visit the web site to keep yourself informed.
The AGM is not too far away positions need to be filled. So please come and speak to me any of the other committee members if you are interested.
The Annual Dinner and Presentation Night is on the 25th August so make shall you attend and bring along a gift for the raffle table.
The other main event for August 19 is the One Fly. Which is being held at Tranquil Rises this year, cost for the day is $35 including BBQ Lunch this is a great day for the members of all skill.
The Royal Coachman was held over the weekend 19 and 20 of May awaiting for the results.
Be calm and flyfish,
When: 21 Oct 17
Staying At: Day trip although Kendall A Camping Ground is a great spot if you can swing the extra day
Trip Coordinator: Pat Sheridan
Trip Classification: Stream and River
The Rubicin River is one of the iconic Victorian rivers that is generally productive for a range of different
sized fish. Flows at the moment are probably not great however the fishing is fair to good. There are some very
nice fish being caught and released around the area.
Talk and slideshow - Thursday the 14th July
Peter will be at the club premises from 5pm with a bunch of Sage rods (including the new release for 2016) and RIO fly lines, for anyone to have a cast.
Evening talk - Becoming a better angler, putting together the jigsaw puzzle, and discovering the mysteries and secrets that leads us to catching more fish. You can check out Peter's bio here.
Casting instruction – limited to 10 per day
Our guest speaker at the August General Meeting will be Ashleigh Dunsmore from Harfin Reels. Here is a bit about the company and their lovely reels.
Harfin Fly Reels Australia has evolved from a love of Fly fishing and 24 years of precision CNC machining and is a family owned and operated company.
Harfin Reels began life as Barton Engineering Australia in 1991, specializing in Precision CNC machining, Design and Manufacture for industry.
Scientific Anglers who designed the first modern plastic-coated fly line way back in 1952 sent their international sales manager Jeff Pierce along with their chief research and development engineer Andrew Bosway to visit down under late last year.
Unfortunately the weather was not too kind to us. So Andrew Summers from Mayfly Tackle has asked to come back to give everyone another chance to try out the new Scientific Angler lines.
The night will commence at 7 pm on teh casting pool where you can try out all of the new range of lines in your own rod. When you need a rest, the world famous NSFFC BBQ will be cooking up a storm. Later, Andrew will talk to us about the latest developents in the world of fly fising.
Date: Thursday 7 April 2016
Time: 7 pm onwards
BBQ: Sausages, bread and soft drinks (GOLD COIN DONATION)
What to bring: Bring along your fly rods to cast a range of Scientific Anglers lines through them.