Sunday, September 25, 2016

September 26 fly tying

Our monthly fly tying session will be on Monday, September 26, at Orvis on Perkins-Rowe, 7601 Bluebonnet, in Baton Rouge. Time is 7:00pm. 

Sydney Dobson will be tying foam poppers.  If you have never thought you could tie a popper, this is your chance to come out and tie a simple pattern.

As always, bring your tools if you have some. If not, the club has a few sets for use. Materials are provided.

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

September 12th general meeting

The next meeting of the Red Stick Fly Fishers will be on Monday, September 12, at the Wildlife and Fisheries building on Quail Drive in Baton Rouge.  Casting practice at 6:30pm, meeting at 7:00pm.   The public is welcome.

This month's program will be a group discussion on the Great Flood of 2016.  Over 150,000 homes in the metro area were affected, including many members.  Members are asked to share their experiences.  Whether working on their own home, helping friends, family or neighbors.  Also if there's anything that could benefit other members.

Also, we'll be discussing Lake Concordia. Bring or come prepared to talk about, your favorite Concordia flies!

Monday, September 5, 2016

Make plans now for Fall Concordia weekend!

Our annual Fall freshwater weekend outing to Lake Concordia is coming up.  Dates are Friday-Sunday, September 30 thru October 2.  The lodge house and motel rooms have been reserved for Friday and Saturday nights.  Some of the regulars are going, but others have been impacted by the flooding and had to back out.  As a result, we still have some bunks available in the lodge house, and a few motel rooms still being held. 

Complete details - including a checklist of items to bring - is posted in the Club News Forum at

Sunday, September 4, 2016

2016 Gulf Coast Fly Fair coming Sept. 16-17

The 2016 Gulf Coast Fly Fair will be held Friday and Saturday, September 16 and 17, at the Civic Center in Ocean Springs, MS.  Hosted by the International Federation of Fly Fishers (IFFF) Gulf Coast Council, the expo features exhibitors, seminars, fly tying, casting, workshops, banquet, auction and more.  Best of all, admission is free!  In fact, many of the workshops are also free.

Whether you're a beginner or expert, there's something for everyone at the GCC Fly Fair.  For complete details, including a schedule of activities on Friday and Saturday, programs, workshops and tiers, click here to go to the Gulf Coast Fly Fair website.

For info about the IFFF Gulf Coast Council, go to

Thursday, September 1, 2016

BR National Hunting and Fishing Day cancelled

Due to the impacts of the August 2016 Flood, Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries has announced that the Baton Rouge venue for National Hunting and Fishing Day will be cancelled this year.  The Waddill facility was damaged by flood water, but more important, many of the volunteers and groups which make this event so successful were also impacted by the flood.  NHF Day will continue as planned at the other venues in Haughton, Woodworth and West Monroe on the 4th Saturday of September.