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January 6, 2019

January 2019 Newsletter

And, January is already off to a cold, stormy start with lots of snow to shovel. Magic City Fly Fishers is shifting its Tuesday, January 8th meeting to a nice, warm, fun and friendly location, a Pint Night at the Last Chance Pub and Cider Mill. Join us for a casual, fun evening. Ed Knight will offer you a chance to check out your cast with yarn rods and hoops - harder than you think. Yellowstone River Parks Association (YRPA) will have some updates on the new fishing access off Blue Creek, the eastern branch of the Montana Wilderness is stopping by to promote the Public Lands rally coming up on Friday, and maybe even a demo tyer. The main thing is to have fun and meet up with old friends and make new ones. Plus, Last Chance Pub and Cider Mill is donating $1 for each draft of Red Lodge Ales beer or Cider Mill cider. Note: this not your typical sweet ole apple cider. It's great.

February's meeting is one you will not want to miss. TU members Sharon Scharosch and Terri Hogan had a marvelous trip to the Fernie BC and Elk River region of British Columbia last summer. This is a cool area to visit and fish. Now you can learn all about how to plan a trip to southeast BC and what the fishing is like. Tuesday, February 5. One time location change - we are at Scheels Conference room - north end, second floor.

TU Magic City Fly Fishers members have always supported the strong public lands ethic in Montana - one reason Montanans enjoy some of the best local access to fishing. Now you can support public lands by attending the Public Lands rally Friday, January 11, Helena, the state capital, noon. Can't attend? Let your legislators know you support public lands. Attending? The Montana wilderness association is taking RSVP and coordinating transportation if you need it. RSVP here for Public Lands Rally 

Here is Sharon and just one of those BC trout she caught!

See you on Tuesday.



Lyle Courtnage, PresidentMagic City Fly Fishers Trout Unlimited 582