In Praise of Wild Trout, Ray Gagnon

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Monday, May 20th, 2019 - 5:00pm to Monday, May 20th, 2019 - 8:00pm


Join us at the May 20th GBTU Chapter Meeting for a program that focuses on the very heart of TU’s Mission: wild and native trout.

Ray Gagnon of Greater-Boston TU will share a pictorial and poetic celebration of the total experience of fishing for these precious, special fish in our ‘local’ (NH) headwater rivers and streams. Titled, “In Praise of Wild Trout,” Ray’s presentation will draw on scenes he has captured and experiences he has had over the last several years, in what he calls his “New Hampshire home waters.”  


He’ll offer some “how-to” advice on strategies for finding wild trout streams and selecting the right gear, in addition to covering some interesting and unexpected “side benefits” of this kind of, frequently, high-altitude fishing.


(Please note that, for obvious reasons, Ray will not specifically name or locate most of these delicate headwater streams.  But he will identify relevant NH watersheds where you can explore for yourself!)


Also, join Pat Grenier, a FFI certified fly casting instructor, for his Casting on the Lawn advice @ 5PM.


Drumlin Farms,

208 S Great Rd, Lincoln, MA 01773

5PM Casting, 530-7PM, Doors Open, Social & light dinner; 7-8PM Speaker

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