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Old 01-06-2011, 11:32 AM
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Default Fly Fish NH Show - March 5 & 6

The ninth annual Fly Fish NH show is scheduled for March 5 & 6. It is jointly sponsored by Pelham Fish and Game Club and Merrimack River Valley chapter TU. List of exhibitors, seminar schedule, etc. is posted at http://www.merrimacktu.org/FFNH-Flyer-2011a.mht
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Old 02-25-2011, 09:12 PM
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Default Message from FFNH show chairman - Jim Norton

9th annual Fly Fish New Hampshire show
Pelham NH March 5th & 6th

We hope you can attend this year’s show. The Fly Fish New Hampshire show is the largest fly fishing show in northern New England and has the largest contingent of New Hampshire guides. One of the advantages of any show is the opportunity to interact with vendors, guides and other participants. The show is large enough to have a good selection of vendors and guides but small enough so there’s ample time to talk and attend presentations.
The 2011 show will have several new vendors. Dan’s Fly Shop in Gorham, Fish Story Guide Service, F.D. Kretchman Rod Company, Fountain Dweller Guide Service, Jim Philbrook Antique Tackle and NH Guide Tom Jutras.
If you have antique tackle or bamboo rods you would like appraised see Fred Kretchman or Jim Philbrook.
Presentations are normally rotated on a 3-4 year basis so the presentations are different every year. For the 2011 show Harry Mehos of North Star Guide Service will be talking about fishing New Hampshire’s lakes and ponds. Rick Little of Shadcreek Flies will cover lessons learned saltwater fly fishing and Steve Murphy of Northwind Outfitters & Guide Service will cover fishing the Mount Washington Valley. Tom Jutras will be doing casting demonstrations and helping anglers to improve their casting ability.
Cote’s will again offer their rod building class; if you’ve ever had an interest in learning how to build a rod this is a great chance. Details are on the show flyer.
With Cote’s Fly Shop, the Evening Sun Fly Shop, Opechee Trading Post, North Country Angler and W.S. Hunters there’s a great selection of shops to visit.

SHOW FLYER http://www.merrimacktu.org/FFNH-Flyer-2011a.mht
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