October’s meeting will feature our second presentation on how to fly fish in Cache Valley. This time we will cover the excellent fishing opportunities offered by the upper Logan River. This presentation is courtesy of Jason Reed, avid area angler and newly appointed President of the Cache Anglers USU Chapter. We’ll begin at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, 30 October. Please join us!
Did you know the Logan River is home to the single largest natural population of Bonneville cutthroat trout? Learn where and how to fly fish for these trout throughout the year in this area of Cache Valley known not only for its fish but for its scenic grandeur.
This will be an enjoyable and informative meeting for anyone who is new to the area or new to fly fishing. Bring the kids, grandkids, grandpa, and spouses. Come out and meet other local anglers. The presentation will cover access, locations, fly choice, techniques, and regulations. If you already know your way around Logan Canyon, come and join the conversation and trade tips and your own fish stories (even if they’re true!). Freebies will be given away and refreshments will be served.
Interested in joining Trout Unlimited? We can help. Electronic registration will be available at the meeting and you can save 50 percent on an annual membership. Get involved in restoration, conservation, and education opportunities right here in the valley.
Cache Anglers meets at the BIO-WEST conference room at 1063 W. 1400 N. in Logan.