Our monthly speaker for July 26, 2016 will be world record holder Meredith McCord. Meredith will be speaking to the club about her quest to catch 100 line class records (she’s currently at 99) as well as about her travels and the techniques used to accomplish this milestone. So, if you would like to see some fine fly tying before the meeting, mingle with other fly fishermen and fisherwomen and hear a fine speaker, come to the July meeting we would be glad to have you.
I received this message from Meredith McCord about her presentation at the Texas FlyFishers July Monthly Meeting Tuesday evening, July 26, 2016. Please note the message highlighted at the bottom:
I will be talking about the following:
– Brief bio
– Why IGFA records
– How to know if your catch is a record
– How to submit an application
– How to tie top notch reliable IGFA leaders. Group project. Please encourage everyone to bring their nippers.
Features the July speaker, Meredith McCord, “Know Your Fellow Fly Fishers” article about Mike Graham, Willow Waterhole “Carp-A-Thon” fishing competition, and the Fly of the Month – Orange-Barred Macko Fly.
I know this is a double post, but I couldn’t edit the other one, or make it a “sticky”
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