The South Sound Fly Fishers have partnered with Fish Brewing to create an exciting and fun way to raise money for Sea-Run Cutthroat Conservation! For the month of November Fish Brewing will be serving a South Sound Fly Fishers Ale to help raise money for cutthroat conservation. For a $15 donation to SSFF cutthroat projects, you will receive a 32-oz SSFF cutthroat growler as a thank you. There is no limit on donations and growlers! Here is what you need to know: - All of November you can buy a pint of SSFF Ale at any Fish Tale Pub location. Fish Brewing will donate $1/pint to SSFF sea-run conservation projects. - You can donate to our project at www.southsoundflyfishers.org/SRCproject. When you donate $15 or more, you will receive a SSFF growler as a thank you! You will be able to pick them up at any Fish Tale Brew Pub. Fill the growler with SSFF Ale and we get another $1! - Directions to your local Fish Tale Brew Pub can be found at www.southsoundflyfishers.org/SRCprojectInfo - If you would like to help in anyway contact Ryan Haseman at [email protected] For 2013 and 2014 SSFF projects will focus on the sea-run cutthroat's freshwater environment. Through hook and line surveys, scale samples, photo documentation and observation we intend to provide hard evidence to whether or not these cutthroat are utilizing South Puget Sound streams during non-spawning times (when these streams are under harvest regulations). With our findings we will work with WDFW to shape regulations to better protect these fish. We will also continue to help WDFW with cutthroat redd surveys, as well as making sure signage is posted on beaches and on catch-and-release waters leading to the south sound.