"Fly Fishing the Hancock Tree Farm"

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  1. miyawaki

    miyawaki Active Member

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    Free Orvis Fly Fishing Seminar, March 24, 1 -3pm

    "Fishing the Hancock Tree Farm and Beyond"

    Join our own Kent Lufkin as he talks about the wild trout, wilderness and solitude that lie behind the locked gates of this tree farm along the North Fork of the Snoqualmie river. Kent has spent much of the past decade fishing the 150 square-miles of rivers, lakes and ponds, the adjoining Alpine Lakes Wilderness and the Snoqualmie Forks. He'll tell you what it takes to get into the farm, what kind of fish you'll find there and what it will take to catch them. It should be a great program by a terrific fly fisher!

    The Orvis Store
    911 Bellevue NE
    (425) 452-9138
     
  2. Mike S

    Mike S New Member

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    any chance there was a handout or other material that I may still be able to review?

    I am heading over for the seminar tomorrow so I can check then as well,

    thanks

    Mike
     
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    miyawaki Active Member

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    Mike,

    This seminar was in March of 2007, over a year ago.

    Sorry,
    Leland.
     
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    Doesn't Kent want to turn this in to an annual event :clown: :) I'm sorry I missed this last year :(
     
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    You're right, he should.

    Also, FYI, a lot of guys have been talking about getting permits. They've done the math and with the cost of gas and such, to be able to fish so close to home, the $200 pass is well worth it, if you fish often enough.

    Leland.
     

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