First on the agenda—if you’re like most anglers, you’ve got your share of supplies and equipment you never use. Gadgets, weird thread, all those flyboxes you never use. Maybe you’ve even got a fly rod that you don’t take out anymore. Put that stuff into the hands of someone who will use it. On Wednesday Cache Anglers will hold its first Fly Swap. Think “Ski Swap,” but with fishing stuff. Bring your extras, your odds and ends, your retired old pals, barter, trade, or sell them at the Fly Swap, and get to know your fellow Cache Anglers in the process. Pizza and soft drinks will be served.
Here are just a few things that might make a good swap:
- Rods, reels, and fly line
- Streamside gear (fly boxes, tools, gadgets)
- Fly tying supplies (thread, fur, feathers, fly)
- Fly tying tools (bobbins, scissors, or vises)
The Cache Anglers Fly Swap will begin at 6:30 p.m. at the usual meeting place.
Nothing to swap? Come anyway and swap some info—the main event on Wednesday will be guest presenter Mike Kaul from Pinedale, Wyoming. Mike grew up fishing the many fine streams and lakes of Sublette County. He is certified with the Federation of Fly Fishers as a casting instructor and has introduced many people of all ages to fly fishing. He will speak on the fantastic fishing opportunities in and around Sublette County, home to the fly fishing Mecca of the Wind River Range.