Our popular western Maryland trip is scheduled for April 28 - May 6. Four rivers and lots of great brook trout streams should be fishing well! See Western Maryland Trips for more information and instructions on how to sign up.
At the June chapter meeting, we are giving you the opportunity to share your fishing stories and pictures with the other members. If you would like to participate in the Show-and-Tell, please bring a thumb drive or CD with your pictures.
May Meeting Fly Tying Demonstration: In the continuing fly tying techniques and materials series John Hadley will be tying the Green Weenie. Learn how make a twisted chenille tail, wrap a chenille body and use bead, dubbing or thread for a head.
At our May meeting, we will again host Lee Sillitoe, a dynamic speker on the fishing opportunities on the Rappahannock. FYI, I''ve scheduled a couple of trips this summer to the Rapidan/Rappahannock drainage. Hope you can join us.
Eastern Trophies Fly Fishing presents an evening with World-Renowned Trophy Trout Angler, Fly Designer, Author, Outdoor Writer, and TV host Kelly Galloup. Wednesday, March 20th at John Adams Elementary School, 5651 Rayburn Ave, Alexandria, VA 22311.
Capt. Kevin Josenhans talks about Fishing the Chesapeake Bay, two fish with a member (FWAM) trips, John Hadley's Fly of the Month is a Mr. Rapidan Parachute, March is Kids Fishing Month, Fairfax County Fly Tying Classes, chapter bylaws vote is March 7th.
Fishing the Flats of Tangier Sound – Capt. Kevin Josenhans
Join Capt. Kevin Josenhans for a PowerPoint Presentation on fly and light tackle angling opportunities fishing a hidden jewel of the Chesapeake – Tangier Sound. Kevin will cover species, seasons, tackle and technique.
We ask each of our members to donate an Annual Supporting Contribution (we’ll use the acronym “ASK”) to help sustain our Chapter’s continuing financial well-being. We don’t consider this donation to be dues; rather, it is a voluntary contribution by every member to ensure that NVATU can continue to carry out its role in our community as the vibrant focal point for fly fishers in supporting TU’s mission that it has been for the past 30 years.