Hacklebarney Trout Unlimited Chapter Meeting

This coming Thursday evening, September 12th at 7:30 PM, I am presenting a program at the Hacklebarney Chapter of Trout Unlimited in Whippany, New Jersey. This is the first chapter meeting after summer vacation. I am presenting my program on Fly Fishing the Moosehead Lake Region of Maine. The public is invited. For more information and directions, please check their website: http://www.hacklebarneytu.org/

I’ll have some display flies, featuring Carrie Stevens Rangeley style streamers, some fishing flies for sale, some collectible wet flies available to purchase, along with my DVD’s. Hope to see you there!

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4 comments on “Hacklebarney Trout Unlimited Chapter Meeting

  1. Peter Rodgers says:

    I wish I could be there, Don. A year or two ago, I had to drop something off in Greenville for a friend (he’s not a fisherman) and took an extra day to fish. It was fun being able to fish with some C. Stevens / Rangeley style flies and catch some nice Brookies. I look forward to going back some time and would love to know the area better. Good luck. I hope you get a big turn out.
    Regards,
    PER

    • Don Bastian says:

      Hi Peter;
      Thank you for your comment and wishes for a good turnout for my program! I hope so too! You can always plan another fishing trip to the area. I didn’t make it this fall, but I surely hope to next year. More than once. Thanks again for your comment!

  2. I have to Thank You for bringing back some great memories. I fished Moosehead Lake and the river in the 70’s and to this day was the best fly fishing vacation I can remember on a freshwater lake. I believe anyone who can make your seminar will be doing themselves a favor to learn about this fishery. Since moving to Florida, I have to admit I miss fishing the great brooks and lakes that hold freshwater trout.

    • Don Bastian says:

      Hi Frank;
      Thanks for your comment! Nice to know I sparked some good memories for you. I love that fishing in Maine, so much like going back in time when you’re out there in the boonies. Perhaps you’ll have to plan a trip back to Maine. Take care!

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