Hawaii Bone Fishing at the Washington Fly Fishing Club

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FIND OUT HOW TO FLY FISH FOR BLACK ROCKFISH
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10
The public is invited to a free presentation on fly fishing for Black Rockfish in
Washington’s Pacific Ocean by Mike Martin at 6 pm Thursday, October 10 at Tower
Lanes Banquet Room in Tacoma. The program is sponsored by Puget Sound Flyfishers.
The presentation covers tackle, ocean anatomy and photo proof of the catch---with a
dash of humor.

Martin has guided in Alaska, the Pacific Northwest, the Rocky Mountains and the
chalk streams of southern England. He has a degree in biology from Western
Washington University. He has worked as a stream quality specialist for Washington
State Department of Ecology and the US Forest Service and an environmental consulting
firm----monitoring streams, classifying salmon habitats and in stream rehabilitation.
Martin currently works in the fly fishing department at Sportsman’s Warehouse in
Federal Way.

A dinner at a cost of $15 is offered prior to the presentation and the regular monthly
meeting of the Puget Sound Flyfishers. Activities begin at 6PM.