Flytying will be run by Shaun with his Crustacean Bugger – now known to be effective both locally and in Italy! Normal time of 7:30PM at Raiders Weston Club.
According to Lyall it looks like a trout slayer to and would be perfect for taking on the fat trout a few of us have been catching at Lake Eucumbene over the yabby beds recently. The materials list is below and Shaun’s full tying instructions will be available in hard copy at fly tying on Wednesday so BE THERE!!!
Shaun’s Crustacean Bugger
Wed 22nd Aug – flytying will be run by Shaun with his Crustacean Bugger – now known to be effective both locally and in Italy! Normal time of 7:30PM at Raiders Weston Club. More details by email in due course.
Fri-Sun 24-26th Aug – the annual Committee Strategic Planning meeting at Bondi Forest Lodge. All members are invited to come along to the weekend to compete in the third 120 Minute fly tying/fishing competition to be honchoed by John.
Sun 9, 16 and 23 Sep are our fly casting instruction days on the lawns of Old Parliament House – final weekend 23 Sep is intended to be at Googong. More information here
Wed 12th Sep – monthly meeting. Normal time of 7:30PM at Raiders Weston Club. Speaker to be advised.
Some very significant regulation changes have been announced with the aim of supporting the sustainability of this special species.
New rules to help Mulloway recovery final
The AGM has passed and subs are due. New and renewing members are encouraged to process their application using the web form. This also provides advice on e- banking account. Please contact Bill (either via his normal email or via the Burley Line link on our home page.
Fees remain unchanged at $30 normal membership, $10 juniors, $40 family and $10 concession (ie Age Pension, Carer’s or other Dept Social Services/Veteran’s Affairs pension)
Winner of the silent auction was Jeannine with a late bid at the AGM.
Note that 9 Sep will see Peter Morse attend as a special guest to display some of the Sage and Rio kit plus put forward his take on the art of fly casting.
(Download the flyer, seen below, by clicking here. There may be an update in due course to seek gold coin donation)
Much is made about the disposal of the spoil dug out from the tunnels but our angling concern about redfin gets a mention.
This issue comes out just in time for our AGM. Don’t be frightened that you’ll be shanghaied into a job if you turn up – lots of work would have been done to ensure there are people willing to sign up to be on the executive. That said, becoming a part of that team is a great way to help shape CAA to provide what you believe is important for a club. If you want to make a difference, come along and put your hand up.
Was refreshing to see how many showed up for the casting instruction at Uriarra Crossing. Many thanks to John and Lyall for the photos – here’s hoping that others in the club could follow suit rather than leaving it to the ‘usual suspects’.
Thanks for those who provided material for this issue—a bit thinner than recently, but perhaps a measure of conditions out on the water – check out Phil’s beauty at the end of the issue.
Lyall visited Peter and Karen Cottrell at the Eucumbene Trout Farm a couple of weeks ago. He hadn’t realised that they have a fantastic family style restaurant there which specialises in trout dishes and can be paired with excellent wines if that is what you like. Peter was kind enough to send Lyall their Smoked Trout Pizza recipe so he thought he should share it with our friends in Canberra Anglers’ Association.
Smoked Trout Pizza