AVAILABLE SEATING HAS FILLED -- SO REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.
Cost: free. This event is open to the public for online registration.
Join Bonefish & Tarpon Trust for an afternoon and evening with the Golden Gate Angling & Casting Club. The Bonefish & Tarpon Trust (BTT) is an international conservation organization dedicated to protecting and restoring bonefish, tarpon, and permit fisheries and habitats. BTT is heading our way for a day of saltwater fly casting, fly tying, and saltwater fishing presentations plus food and beverages. BTT’s Director of Science and Conservation, TV personality and author, Dr. Aaron Adams has put together a full afternoon of insightful presentations to instruct GGACC members on the joys and intricacies of saltwater flats fishing with a fly rod. In addition to BTT’s presence, Willy George and other FFI certified expert casters will be on hand to fine-tune your stealthy, saltwater presentations.
Please mark your calendars for Saturday, January 13, 2018. Food, drinks, and flats fishing knowledge will be provided! Festivities begin at 1:00 PM with a special-edition Skill Building Program on Saltwater Flats Fly Fishing (see that separate 1:00 - 3:00 PM calendar entry for details), followed by fly tying demonstrations, a flats fishing slideshow, and BTT presentations regarding their important conservation work. The day concludes with a relaxed, free dinner starting at 5 PM.
Please be sure to REGISTER for this presentations / free dinner event to help BTT arrange the proper amount of food & beverages. Registration will close when the dinner count limit is reached.
Here is the schedule for the Bonefish & Tarpon Trust Presentations and Dinner:
- 1 - 3 PM Fly Fishing Skill Building Program - Saltwater Flats Fly Fishing - Dr. Aaron Adams & Willy George
- 3 - 4 PM Fly Tying Demonstration & Flats Fishing Slideshow - Dr. Aaron Adams
- 4 - 5 PM Bonefish & Tarpon Trust presents information about their many research projects and initiatives protecting and restoring bonefish, tarpon, and permit fisheries and habitats - Dr. Aaron Adams (BTT Director of Science and Conservation) & Mark Rehbein (BTT Director of Development)
- 5 - 6 PM Dinner hosted by the Bonefish & Tarpon Trust
For more information, contact GGACC President, Willy George at firstname.lastname@example.org