Olympic Peninsula Flyfishing Expo March 11

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  1. Bob Triggs

    Bob Triggs Your Preferred Olympic Peninsula Fly Fishing Guide

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    Third annual event.

    The Olympic Peninsula Flyfishing Expo 2006

    Sponsored by Rainshadow Chapter Trout Unlimited

    Saturday March 11

    9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

    Jefferson County Fairgrounds
    907 Landis St
    Port Townsend, Wa

    National and Local Experts

    Featuring:


    Skip Morris:
    Shows- Fishing Western Washington Lakes,
    Sea Runs and Salmon in Saltwater.

    Tying- Skips Favorite Dry Flies.
    Tying- Flies for Western Washington Lakes.


    Mike Mandell:
    Show- Fishing Tube Flies for multiple species,
    Tying- Tube Flies.

    Carol Morris:
    Seminar- Better Photography for the flyfisher.

    Doug Rose:
    Show- Steelhead on The Fly- Year-Round,
    Show- Sea Run Cutthroat in Rivers,

    Shawn Bennett:
    Tying- Flies for Western B.C.
    Show- Salmon, Rockfish and more- B.C.

    Mike Benbow:
    Tying- Chironomids.
    Show- Elwah River Trout.

    Jim Kerr:
    Tying- Steelhead Flies.
    Show-Best Peninsula Bets by the Seasons


    Ray Pelland:
    Show- Fishing Montana's Blue Ribbon Rivers

    Bob Triggs:
    Seminar- Better Flycasting
    Tying- Saltwater Flies For Sea Run Cutthroat and Salmon

    And others to be announced.

    Over 20 different new programs on Fly Casting, Fly Tying, Fly Fishing, Outdoors Photography etc.

    Exhibitors, Guides and Outfitters with Books, Rods, Art, Equipment etc.

    Admission: Adults $8.00 (12 and under $2.00 )

    Free Parking!

    Information: 360-643-3505

    Travel: www.jeffcofairgrounds.com
     
  2. Wayne Jordan

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    Wow, that's a great guest list! I'm going to try to make it over.
     
  3. Desmond Wiles

    Desmond Wiles Sir Castaline

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    Mark'n it on my date book!

    Is there a website I can get a schedule?
     
  4. Bob Triggs

    Bob Triggs Your Preferred Olympic Peninsula Fly Fishing Guide

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    Just a few weeks. Maybe we can have a get together in town in the evening after the show? Love to see some of you folks out here for the day.
     
  5. Desmond Wiles

    Desmond Wiles Sir Castaline

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    Sounds like a good idea Bob. I don't know if my wife would be up to hanging out with a bunch of dudes, but it would be worth stopping by for at least a bit.
     
  6. Randy Diefert

    Randy Diefert aka: Longears

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    Sounds good Bob, Do you know what time the last ferry leaves Port Townsend?
    Where's a good place to meet and maybe get something to eat after the show? And of course some brewski's:beer2:
     
  7. Bob Triggs

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    We can connect at the show during the day. Then figure out who's game for a gathering. Lots of simple choices all over town. A good local burger and beer place is fine downtown.

    The Ferry in Port Townsend only goes to Whidbey Island at Keystone. Otherwise you take either the Seattle/Bainbridge Island Ferry or the Kingston/Edmonds Ferry. Driving time from Bainbridge or Kingston is about 50 minutes.

    Ferry Schedules: http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/ferries/
     
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    Randy Diefert aka: Longears

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    That would be the ferry that us wHidbey Islanders would be taking Bob.
    I'll find out when I go down by the ticket booth tomorrow.
    Looking forward to it; some how missed the show last year.
     
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    Is there a schedule up for the times and where the seminars are???

    I'm heading over from E'burg tonight and am curious as to when some of the seminars start so I can see what I want. I remember last year some of them were filled to capacity.
     
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    Here's a schedule I got a few weeks ago. It may have some updates to it, but at least it's a start:


    FLY-TYING THEATER

    9:00 Skip Morris, "Skip's Favorite Dry Flies"

    10:00 Jim Kerr "Steelhead Flies"

    11:00 Mike Benbow, "Tying Chironomids"

    12:00 Mark mandell, "Tube Flies"

    1:00 TBA

    2:00 Bob triggs, "Flies for Sea-Run cutthroat and Salmon

    3:00 Skip Morris, "Flies for Western Washington Lakes"

    4:00 TBA



    AUTHOR'S SLIDE SHOW THEATER

    9:30 Mark mandell "Fishing tube Flies for Multiple Species"

    10:30 Skip Morris "Fishing Western Washington Lakes"

    11:30 Doug rose "Steelhead on the Fly, Year Round"

    1:30 Skip Morris, "Sea-Runs and Salmon in Salt Water"

    2:30 Doug Rose "Sea-run cutthroat Trout in Rivers"



    OLYMPIC SLIDE SHOW THEATER

    10:00 Bob Triggs "Better Fly Casting"

    11:00 Shawn Bennnett, "Salmon, Rockfish, and More in BC"

    12:00 Carol Morris, "Better Photography for the Fly Fisher"

    1:00 Jim Kerr, "Best Peninsula Bets Year Round"

    2:00 Mike Benbow, "Elwha River Trout"

    3:00 Ray Pelland, "Fishing Montanta's Blue ribbon rivers"

    4:00 TBA



    CASTING DEMOS, Outdoors

    12:00 Murry Myers, "Spey casting"

    2:00 Steve Buckner, "How to double haul, and spey cast with a single handed
    rod"
     

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