Well, for those of you who were bummed about missing out on the two streamer classes this month, don't fret. The Farmington River Anglers Association (FRAA) has invited me along to their monthly meeting in November, where I will be giving the presentation portion of the class.
For obvious reasons (time constraints) this will not be as comprehensive as the course itself, but will have a lot of information packed into the presentation that will be useful to the angler. If all goes well, who knows, maybe we can set up some more dates for the class as a result of it. The classroom portion will be the body of the presentation, so in essence you will see the presentation section just pared down a bit.
The FRAA welcomes members and non-members alike, and the doors open at 6:30 PM, and there is no door fee, so come on out, bring a friend too. I will be tying flies before the presentation for those of you interested, and the show kicks off a little after 7 PM. The meetings are held at the Farmington Senior Center located at 321 New Britain Avenue, Unionville, CT 06085. Detailed directions can be found here http://www.fraa.org/about-fraa/club-meeting.html.
For more information about the club meetings, how to join and such, check out at their website at www.fra.org.
Lastly, Hurricane Sandy is slated to hit my area pretty hard per the meteorologists. As a result I may not be home much due to work, so that being said the vise may not see much time until the storm passes. So, I hope those of you who have pending fly orders understand. Thanks again, and stay safe out there in the storm.