FFI meeting Feb,15 6:30 Fish and game Boise

Posted in General on February 8, 2018 by flyfishersofidaho

Hey Guys,

Our meeting presentation will be from Dennis Daw who is the fish biologist for the Sho Pai reservation at Duck Valley. He will be updating us on what all they are doing down there with the fisheries.

Prior to the meeting I will be tying the famous “Donkeytail Special” which is claimed to be the hot fly at Mountain Veiw.

The ice is off the lakes and they are reportedly fishing really well.

Your fearless Programs chairman,

Nick

Fly Fishing Film Tour 2018

Posted in General on January 10, 2018 by flyfishersofidaho

This year’s film tour will Be on Feb 24 at the Egyptian Theater Boise with 4:00 pm and 8:00 Pm shows, Idaho Angler has discount tickets for $14.00 regular show price is $17.00 get your tickets early.

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FFI Party Pics

Posted in General on December 11, 2017 by flyfishersofidaho

Hello all here is a few pics from our Christmas party for 2017. Special thanks to Randy Rook for organizing this years gathering at the Casa Mexico Restaurant, great people with awesome food and service.With this year coming to a close i would personally like to say thank you to all members that contribute their time and energy to ensure our clubs success. Lets make 2018 even better, stay safe and enjoy the holidays.See you in 2018, D.S.

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Christmas Party

Posted in General on November 22, 2017 by flyfishersofidaho

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The date is Friday, Dec. 8th.

 

The Location is Casa Mexico Restaurant on Fairview between Mitchell & Five Mile rd. It is next to the Harbor Freight tool store.

 

Time is 7:00 pm but you can arrive a little early if you want. They have a large banquet room and are prepared and glad to have us.

The restaurant will be serving a buffet style dinner that I’m sure you will enjoy.

 

They do serve a variety of beers and margaritas if you like.

 

If you have any questions, please feel free to call or text me at 208-371-3958, if not me then call or text Don Sherron at 208-577-0543.

 

I’m looking forward to sitting down and visiting with everyone again.

 

Randy Rook

President

Fly Fishers of Idaho

 

Nov Meeting,

Posted in General on November 14, 2017 by flyfishersofidaho

Hello all, this months guest speaker has to postpone due to scheduling issues. We can discuss plans for the upcoming year with the Sportsmen show on the top of the list,come on out.The Saturday fish out was a bit slow to the South Fork with a few fish caught but had awesome weather. This will be the last time we see Matt Lambert  and Dan Hodler on the river for a while, both are on the move Dan to Washington State and Matt off to Texas hopefully they will find us some new fishing holes. Thank you Matt and Dan for making our club much more enjoyable, best of luck in the future. FFI

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Road Side Cleanup Oct,2017

Posted in General on October 28, 2017 by flyfishersofidaho

Thanks to all that showed up for our Oct clean up, this was awesome a record crowd of 12, with some new faces. Great job everyone D.S.DSCF3048

Idaho Rivers United Oct, 25

Posted in General on October 24, 2017 by flyfishersofidaho

 

Economist to speak about dams Wednesday, salmon film Thursday

 

 

Dear Donald

 

We have two amazing opportunities this week to celebrate and give back to Idaho’s rivers. Please join us for both!

 

Wednesday, Oct. 25  – Economist to speak about dam economics

 

Restoring the lower Snake River is about biology, ecology and culture. Perhaps more than anything else, however, it’s about economics. Boise-based economist Anthony Jones has conducted multiple studies showing the lower Snake River dams don’t even pay their own way. Join us for this incredible opportunity to hear one of the region’s most respected economists dig into the dollars and sense of the lower Snake River dams.

 

What: Economist Tony Jones to speak about dam economics

When: Wednesday, Oct. 25, 6 p.m.  7:30 p.m.
Where: College of Idaho, Boone Building Lecture Hall 103, Caldwell, Idaho

 

Click here to read more…

 

Thursday, Oct. 26 – ‘Our Two Hands’ makes Boise premier

 

This Thursday Bloodknots will present a screening of their first feature length documentary, “Our Two Hands.” In conjunction with Idaho Rivers United, 10 Barrel Brewing Company, and TRR Outfitters – Eagle.

 

What: “Our Two Hands” Boise premier

When: Thursday, Oct. 26, 6:30 – 9 p.m.
Where: Linen Building, Boise

Tickets

Get tickets online at: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3102573
Get tickets in person at: TRR Outfitters – Eagle

Film Description

Society has an intimately complex and perilous relationship with salmon and steelhead. The current management paradigm has failed, and the status quo solutions for restoring impoverished wild populations have proved ineffective.

The film, “Our Two Hands,” is an examination of the underlying cause of this decline, as well as the innovative voices in the angling community and general public fighting for a wild fish future in the Pacific Northwest.

 

Click here to read more…

 

 

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