Laramie Valley Trout Unlimited will once again be hosting the Fly Fishing Film Tour here in Laramie on Friday April 18th, 2014. The location for this year will be at the Gryphon Theatre! Doors will open at 6pm for a social hour before the film tour starts at 7pm. We will be having a raffle this year with a grand prize of a Pontoon Boat. Raffle tickets will be $1 each or 6 tickets for $5.
Film Tour tickets are available for the presale discount price of $12 at:
Four Seasons Anglers
334 S. Fillmore St.email us
(on the Snowy Range Highway in West Laramie)
Laramie Wy. 82070
The chapter has been heavily involved this fall with completing an aerator installation on Meeboer Lake to help eliminate winterkill events at this popular fishery.
We partnered with Game And Fish to take on this project and so far we have all the equipment installed. Currently we are just waiting on the completion of the power line run for everything to be fully operational.
Game and Fish released this video today detailing the installation in October. We had a great time out there getting this project in place and the chapter is looking forward to its completion.
Details: April,18th, 2013 at the UW Education Auditorium. Doors Open at 6:30pm and the film is slated to start shortly after at 7:00. This event is FREE for UW students and kids, and $15 at the door for the public.
PRESALE Discount tickets can be purchased at Four Seasons Anglers for $12.
– Preliminary film tour planning/organization for the April 18 event. Promo/tickets/etc.
– Summary of G&F/BLM/USFS coordination meeting – info and possible TU volunteer opportunities
– City wide cleanup day info for April 20th
We will have presale discount tickets for the Film tour available at the meeting.
Take care everyone and hope to see you on the 28th!
Hello everyone! We have our first meeting of the new year this Thursday January 24th at 6pm at the Lincoln Community Center. Cory Toye will be here to talk about legislation and the TU Western Water Project. We had a nice article about the meeting published today in the Laramie Boomerang. The article is located here. Hope to see you all there on Thursday.
Wyoming Game and Fish have a new program in place as of July 1st, to increase awareness of the importance of instream flow and its effects on fisheries statewide. There are some local waters here in southeast Wyoming that make up part of the 130 different instream flows in the program.
More information on the instream flow and x-stream angler program is available on the Wyoming G&F website at:
We are 8 days away from the big Fly Fishing Film Tour and Fly Fishing Symposium here in Laramie. Mark your calendars for Friday April 27th and plan to come out and spend the day and evening with us. You can find a good summary of the day here:
The Film Tour tickets are $10 ahead of time at Four Seasons Anglers or $12 at the door and online at the Fly Film Tour website. Students with a valid UWYO ID are Free!
There are some GREAT raffle prizes this year as well. Raffle tickets will be available at the Film tour door $1 each or 6 for $5.
We have guided trips, fly boxes packed full of flies, and much more. Raffle items and sponsorship of our event has been tremendous. Here is just a quick rundown of some of the great companies and people supporting us and that have provided funding or prizes.
Trout Unlimited – LVTU
UW Fly Casters Club
UW Haub School of Environment & Natural Resources
UW Berry Center
UW Copy Center in the Student Union
Four Seasons Anglers
North Platte River Fly Shop
On The Fly Productions
Skinny Water Culture
Felt Soul Media
Flymen Fishing Company
Irideus Fly Fishing
North Fork Composites
Northwest Fly Fishing Magazine
Scott Fly Rods
Don and Sons
Laramie Valley Trout Unlimited had a team of volunteers out on Spring Creek this past weekend as part of the city wide Laramie Cleanup Day. Thanks to everyone that came out and helped out. We had a good time out on the creek and found some odd things. Tim found a package of flies which I am sure he will put into full use this summer. Jody won the finds competition with some cold hard cash in the form of a $1 bill. All totaled up, we filled 30 bags with garbage among our small TU crew and then headed for the cookout at the annex. Thanks again to everyone that volunteered their time this year to make our cleanup a success!
Meeting up in the foggy morning
Jeff finds some interesting reading
Tim's Comanche is full and it is time for the cookout
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