Ithaca Fishing Day - 17th Annual
This Saturday - March 14
Ithaca Fishing Day is an event the Chapter (Leon Chandler, #239) hosts on an annual basis. This year, it is being held on Saturday, March 14th from 9 AM to 3 PM at Boynton Middle School in Ithaca, NY. While the event is a major fundraiser for the chapter, it also uses it as an opportunity to inform & educate the community about Trout Unlimited, who we are, what we do, and why we do it.
In addition, speakers will present on relevant information about fishing and/or conservation-related topics, fly-tying demonstrations (hosted this year by Twin-Tiers Five Rivers Chapter of FFF), a casting clinic offered by Joe Cambridge and Carol Farkas, and numerous vendors (Badger Creek Fly Tying, Mad River Fly Tying, etc.). This is a major event for the Leon Chandler Chapter, and with the support they received this year, the only thing we need to make it a huge success is people and friends.It is time we all come to the aid of our fraternal chapters in NY TU when possible.
Ithaca Fishing Days
SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 2009; 9 A.M. TO 3 P.M.
BOYNTON MIDDLE SCHOOL CAFETERIA
Route 13 North by Cayuga Lake
Sponsored by: The Leon Chandler Chapter of Trout Unlimited
Admission and Programs Free - Donations Appreciated
FREE continuous fly tying instruction by TU youth educators!
FREE continuous fly casting instruction by noted local instructors Joe Cambridge and Carol Farkas (beginning at 11:00 am)
Complete line of fly fishing materials and equipment for sale
Fishing, Community Education and Environmental Exhibits
Fish tanks of local insect species
Fly fishing discussions and lectures
VENDORS and EXHIBITORS Including
Mad River Fly Tying,
Badger Creek Fly Tying,
Floating Classroom Project
and more . . .