* Fun Cast and Blast in Alberta, Canada with SCFF Member Rob Dumford
Rob is a waterfowl hunting guide in Alberta, and he guides in season in October and November. He's pretty much booked up for the regular season, but will be starting next season early to include a cast and blast program, hunting ducks in the morning and fishing for rainbows, browns, and westslope cutties in the afternoons. He has one week left open and wants to see if anyone from the club would be interested in a discounted trip. He fishes the St. Mary's River primarily, plus the Oldman, Waterton, Castle, and Crowsnest rivers. The dates he has open are October 11th - 16th with the possibility of the week prior if the 11th gets booked.
The trips run for four days, with arrivals on Sunday and departures Friday. All meals, lodging, guides, etc., are included. The regular trip price is $2800 but Rob is willing to discount the trip to only $2300 for SCFF club members. Only four clients are booked per week, to insure that everybody has a productive trip. Check it out at www.TLCAdventures.com, or e-mail Rob at robert.dumford@gmail.com.


* FFF Lahontan Trout Recovery-Summer 2015
June - September 2015 / Silver and Slinkard Creeks, CA

Volunteers are needed this coming summer for a landmark conservation project in the Eastern Sierras. Take part in the restoration of Silver and Slinkard Creeks as habitat is returned to the region's majestic native fish, the Lahontan cutthroat trout. This project will occur from late June through September.
Volunteers will work in conjunction with paid interns to clear brush around both waterways, as well as assist in the removal of the invasive brook trout. Experience with hand and power tools will be particularly valuable. Participants will be asked to arrive on a Thursday and contribute through the weekend.
The project is a joint effort of a consortium of the region's fly fishing and conservation groups, including the Southwest Council of the International Federation of Fly Fishers, Cal Trout, Trout Unlimited, California Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Please join us in this daunting yet rewarding undertaking, and in the process learn more about this coveted species and habitat. For more information, contact Jack Marshall at conservation@goldenstateflycasters.org or 805-966-7773.

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