After you’ve gone to your local flyshop for stuff, and you’re thinking of buying something else, using Amazon, log in at http://smile.amazon.com/ch/23-7355284 . All purchases you then make will give us a donation from the AmazonSmile Foundation. Just remember: for the W. B. Mershon Chapter to benefit, you have to log on using the above URL, each time you purchase from Amazon. Many thanks!
Please visit our booth at the Birch Run Expo’s Flyfishing, Kayak, and Canoe Swap Meet Saturday, April 15, 2017 , where we’ll display our NuCanoe and sell tickets to our fundraising banquet
Annual Fishing Day at the Freeland Park Kids catch fish, tie flies with our volunteers, and have refreshments Saturday, May 6, 2017
Dedication Ceremony of the Arthur C. Neumann Trout Unlimited Memorial
Please plan to attend the dedication ceremony of the Arthur C. Neumann Trout Unlimited Memorial at 1:30 pm, Saturday, April 29, 2017 at the Lovells Museum of Trout Fishing History, located on the grounds of the Lovells Township Offices, Lovells, Michigan.
The “opening day” event will include Chris Wood, President and CEO of Trout Unlimited, as the keynote speaker, followed by remarks from Michigan Council Chair Tom Quail - with the Neumann family in attendance.
Following the dedication of the Arthur C. Neumann Memorial Wall, please join us for a reception and social hour.
Contributions to the Memorial may be made on the Michigan Trout Unlimited website, at http://www.michigantu.org/donate , by using either PayPal or a credit card: when you are prompted to add special instructions to the seller, please specify that your contribution is for the A. C. Neumann Memorial, and thank you. If you prefer to send a check, please make it out to
Michigan Trout Unlimited, and mail it to Mr. Robb Smith, 2114 7th Street, Bay City, Michigan 48708-6805, specifying that it is for the A. C. Neumann Memorial.
Flyfishing Class for Women!
“Women 'N Waders,” Saginaw Bay Visitor’s Center, 3582 State Park Drive, Bay City Michigan
May 20, 2017, from 8:30 to 3:00. Cost: $15.00 to include lunch.
From beginner to more experienced fishers, women of all skill levels will enjoy this daylong event covering the basic fundamentals of the sport; from safety and gear and fly selection to casting and etiquette.
Well known experts in the sport will conduct small group lessons throughout the day. Ann Miller, author of Hatch Guide for Upper Midwest Streams will be present to talk about bugs fish eat and how to identify and match them to catch more fish.
Prizes will be awarded. The first 25 women to register will receive a special gift at the event.
Register online at https://squareup.com/store/wbmershontu
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