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Fly of the Month July 2019

Casting Tip July 2019

by: Bill Armon CCI

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President's Message

Dan Rach

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Just got back from our Annual Barbecue at Tilles Park, and a big thank you to all who organized this event!  I was impressed watching the casting instruction at the lake, and as a reminder, it has always been a great opportunity to ramp up those skills. As the weather heats up, I am hoping to see the water levels go down. What a Spring!
It was sad to hear Brian Flinchpaugh has passed away.  I remember him teaching my son to tie at Bass Pro Shops.  I also learned our Secretary, Dan Ehlmann, has stepped down, and we wish Dan well.  The request
to fill that position was answered by Rick Brasington, and I look forward to working with him.
I will be on vacation for most of July, missing the Montauk WQM and July meeting, which I leave in the capable hands of our Vice-President, David Crawford.  See you all in August.   

General Meeting

July 25th, 2019, 7PM

Greensfelder Recreation Complex
550 Weidman Rd
Ballwin, MO 63011

Brian Waldrop from Stream Team will be our speaker for the July Membership Meeting. Stream Team is about more than removing trash from our rivers. One of the primary activities of a Stream Team is water quality monitoring, including macroinvertebrate surveys. As fly fishers, we should be aware of the kinds of bugs along the stream bottom the fish are likely to be seeing and eating. By participating in a Stream Team, we can become training to identify those bugs and hopefully improve our chances of catching fish.

Although Missouri has 110,000 miles of streams potentially providing habitat for fish, the streams are under constant attack from both human and natural causes. The Missouri Department of Conservation encourages citizens to form Stream Teams to mitigate the attack on our streams. Ozark Fly Fishers sponsors one such team. Learn about the need for and activities of teams. Find out how you can join a team and participate in a variety of activities to improve our waters.

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