Western Idaho Fly Fishing Expo
 
15th Annual

 Boise Valley Fly Fishers Present


 PROGRAMS SCHEDULE

GOLDEN TROUT THEATER

CENTRAL HALL

FRIDAY

 1:00 PM 

Preserving Local History, Lore, Stories and Artifacts of Fly Fishers

Presenter:  Nancy Messner, PhD

Features efforts in the Pacific Northwest to illuminate the rich history of fly fishing and light some pathways to our future. Emphasis on capturing the diversity of voices and experiences represented in fly fishing. This presentation will feature examples from a Fly Fishing Special Collection at Western Washington University, information on a development of a Fly Fishing Museum in Washington along with the history of the Northwest Women Flyfishers. This interactive workshop will involve participants in reporting and planning.

   3:00 PM 

Henry's Lake:  Stillwater Tactics to Match the Season

Presenter:  Chris Chase, BS Flies & Tackle

Henry’s Lake is known for big fish! Imagine fly fishing by a lush meadow with views of the towering Sawtooth Mountains! This shallow lake is home to big trout, cutthroat, cut-bow hybrids and brook. Chris will break Henry's Lake into three seasons and discuss the approach they use to fly fish one of finest trout fisheries in the West. This will be an interactive discussion with a look at the flies, lines, and strategies needed in each season to be successful!

   5:00 PM   

South Fork of the Snake River

Presenter:  Elden Berrrett

Looking for new fly fishing waters in Idaho? Come hear Elden Berrett discuss fly fishing on the South Fork of the Snake River and surrounding waters. He will provide valuable information on the best time to fish and provide you with his personal insight many different successful patterns to use.

7:00 PM 

McCall Mountain Lakes

Presenter:  Mike McLean

Are you curious about fly fishing High Mountain Lakes? Are you looking for that mythical place where you can fly fish in a serene, isolated location? Then this presentation is for you!

Mike knows many of the 400+ mountain lakes around the McCall area. His two favorite methods of accessing high mountain lakes are on his mountain bike and on foot. In this presentation he will share tips on both of these access methods. He will even share a few, but not all, of the secrets he has acquired over the years.

SATURDAY

 10:00 AM 

 Evolution of Fly Tying Techniques Needed for 'Baits' Motel

Presenter:  Don Ordes

Don’s ‘Baits Hotel’ (home of psycho-flies) is a hoot for anyone with a good sense of humor, appreciation of art, and who can let go of practicality for a half hour show.   On the other hand, his ‘Rope-dubbing’ technique is a fast and simple method of dubbing that adapts itself to any dubbing and any size hook, without the use of tools, wax, loops or split threads.  Watching it being done properly is the best way to learn it in its limitless applications, then with a little practice one can master it. From mole hair to buffalo, ice dub to syn-seal, any dubbing can be perfectly applied, even in different styles, creating simple, segmented, durable flies across the whole range of tying.

 12:00 PM 

  Spey Fishing Idaho

Presenter:  Lee Davison, Editor SwingTheFly.com

An overview of Spey fishing the Snake, Salmon and Clearwater rivers in Idaho. Highlighting the technique, equipment, and lines used for trout, steelhead and salmon.

  2:00 PM   Fly Fishing Guide Program

Presenter:  TRR Outfitters Staff

Take your love of fly fishing to a new level. Learn about the one week program to hone the skills you need to become a guide, or just increase your knowledge of fly fishing and rowing a boat. Open Q&A with TRR’s guide Danny Lane and B.J. Gerhart (East Idaho Guide School).

 4:00 PM    

Fly Fishing Duck Valley

Presenter:  Dennis Daw, Sho-Pai Fisheries Biologist

Fly fishing Duck Valley will include a history and location of Duck Valley to familiarize listeners to the area. It will cover the research projects and how they are being used to better manage the quality fishing we have to offer. We will then discuss the fun part of where to fish, and the favorite flies of successful anglers fishing Duck Valley on a regular basis.

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