- November 10: Board Meeting
Members are welcome to attend any board meeting. Check with a Board Member to find out where the meeting is being held.
- November 17: Guest Night Meeting
Landon Mayer is a nationally reputed fly fishing guide living in the Colorado Springs, CO area, who calls calling the South Platte River where he started guiding thirteen years ago his home waters. He has been guiding on these waters for the past thirteen years, as well as guiding one year in Alaska.
Landon will be sharing techniques and secrets from his recently released book, Sight Fishing for Trout published by Stackpole Books. Passion and love for the sport of fly fishing is what motivates Landon. His success in catching trout is fueled by an addiction of pursuing large trout with small flies and lightweight fly-fishing equipment. Landon also displays enthusiasm in teaching and demonstrating his techniques and on-river knowledge to fellow anglers.
Through trial and error and perseverance, he has developed innovative techniques for hooking and landing selective trout.
He is sharing these techniques and secrets in his books titled Sight Fishing for Trout Stackpole Books new for 2010, Landon's other current media include How to Catch the Biggest Trout of you Life published by Wild River Press 2007, and his DVDs Landing the Trout of Your Life 2007 and Weapons of Bass Production 2008 featuring John Barr and produced by Mad Trout Media. Also see the Landon Mayer site.
This is our membership drive so please bring a friend or two and get them to sign up to who you think will benefit by joining Rocky Mountain Flycasters and Trout Unlimited (only $17.50 for the first year). Anyone who signs up at the meeting gets five free raffle tickets. Prizes include fly fishing rods, reels, books, and other great take aways. See you there! We expect a large crowd! Please feel free to share this Guest NIght flyer (PDF 368KB).
Social hour begins at 6:30, and the Program follows at 7:00. Admission is free and the public is welcome. The Fort Collins Senior Center is located at 1200 Raintree Drive off Shields Avenue between Prospect and Drake. Additional meeting information.
Note of the Day:
The most important part of picking fly rod is the line size it best handles. The line size determines how far you can cast, the amount of delicacy you’ll get, and how big a fly you can comfortably handle. Line size in trout fishing has very little to do with the size of the fish you catch, but line size is important in determining how large a fish you can land. —Tom Rosenbauer