Fishing is fun — just ask any of the 40 million children and adults in America who now enjoy the sport! Better yet, try it yourself — you can quickly learn to fish at any age. Fishing is not just about fish — during a fishing trip, families and friends relax together as they enjoy being outdoors and learning new skills.
The Russian River Fly Fishers Club offers free to the public fly tying and casting clinics. For fly tying, the club meets on the second Wednesday of every month - except August - at the SR Vets Building in the Lodge rm. Fly Tying starts at 6pm, meeting at 7pm. Club meetings offer a featured guest speaker who is often a nationally known angler. Next meeting is March 13th.
Thursday Casting Clinics @ Galvin Park Casting Pond 4:30-7pm - every Thursday in the summer. RRFF volunteer instructors will teach you to fly cast. Rods and reels are availalble for your use.
Bill is a Coast Guard Certified Captain and a California licensed Fishing Guide. He is the founder of Pacific Fly Fishing guide services, and President and CEO of Fishing International Inc.
He shared his unique insight and wit with us on one epic fishing day he spent with a few of his buddies on the Russian river near Duncan Mills.
Did you know that Abalone just under the 7 inch limit contribute the most to spawning for the next generation? That's why the DFG has strict limits on the minimum size of Red Abalone taken. 7 inches or larger, don't destroy the animals most needed to replenish the future of the fishery.
Check out this video put out by the Department of Fish and Game.