​​Kids Fishin 

Volunteer sign-up sheet for the annual Kids Fishing Day on Lake Sacajawea, scheduled for Saturday, April 25, was passed around last meeting. If you didn’t get on it please consider putting that day on your calendar. Event runs from 7:30 AM through about 3 and help for any or all of it is needed. Guaranteed helping the young ‘uns catch maybe their first fish ever is one of the most rewarding volunteer opportunities. Sign-up sheet will be available at the March meeting.


Northwest Youth Conservation and Flyfishing Academy

The deadline for the opportunity to submit applications for LCFF sponsorship to Northwest Youth Conversation and Flyfishing Academy is weeks away, not months. Just sayin’. Download the Application information at the link below.


LCFF Application Instructions and NWYCFFA Application


Last Months Program 

​Great program last month on the clams. I learned, and re-learned a lot on the subject. One has to admire the effort and care folks like Dan in WDFW put into managing and protecting this important resource.


Sounds like it should be a productive season and thankfully Bob has made it safe to talk about during fishing reports. Vote Bob! 



Lower Columbia Flyfishers

Welcome

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Whether you are a novice or an advanced fly fisher, we welcome you to explore our site. If you are interested in becoming a member or need more information, feel free to attend one of our monthly meetings or complete the enclosed form by pressing the Membership link listed above.
If your goal is to learn more about fly fishing or advance your skills or just be around other anglers having great conversation and fun, come join the Lower Columbia FlyFishers.

President,
Terry Frost


50th Anniversary Notes

Looking forward the plan for March meeting program is to have members who were part of the myriad of photos gracing our 50th anniversary calendar give narrative to the experiences and time said photos represent. We will be projecting the calendar pages on screen to spur the commentary.
One should consider this the first phase of celebrating the first 50 years of our existence. Most
interesting will be those few of us having have memories of earlier years activities and the  characters who have sadly left us Hopefully these comments will spur questions from the general audience about times past and inspire some among us to new adventures of our own.
We believe everyone due a 2020 50th anniversary calendar has received it. If you have not and
believe you should contact Glenn Gee to resolve this.

 



Upcoming Events

 

Calendar Memories

March 3rd

Wet Fly 6:00 pm
Meeting/Dinner
7:00 pm

Longview Country Club
41 Country Club Dr
Longview, WA 

 Board Meeting                

​Next Board Meeting - 

March, Tuesday, 17th
Longview Country Club
Longview, WA  

6:30 pm