This video is a bit older, but it’s appropriate right now as I’m currently working on a presentation for the Red Stick Fly Fishers for their upcoming Red Stick Day Fly Fishing Festival that is taking place Saturday March 3rd at Perkins Road Park. I’m going to be talking about bluelining North Georgia and shed a little light on what is probably the closest wild and native freestone trout water to Louisiana. The event is free so if you’re in the Baton Rouge area and you’ve got any interest at all in fly fishing come check it out.
Monday April 8th, I’ll be giving a presentation on fly fishing Florida parish streams at the Red Stick Fly Fishing Club’s monthly meeting. The meeting is open to the public and I’d encourage anyone interested in fly fishing or kayak fishing our local rivers to attend. The meeting is at 7:00pm and will be held at the LRCE building at 5550 Florida Blvd, here in Baton Rouge.
The local fly fishing club, the Red Stick Fly Fishers are holding their annual conclave this Saturday, March 2nd at the Waddill Outdoor Education Center. The event will run from 8:30am – 4:00pm and admission is free. Red Stick Day is about all things fly fishing, I can recommend attending the event to both beginners and seasoned veterans. Special guest this year is Tim Borski, whose redfish slider pattern is one of my favorites. For more details, visit this site: http://www.rsff.org/index.php?page=events.