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Chapter 599

Visitors since November 2018

Welcome to High Country Fly Fishers. We are a conservation-oriented Trout Unlimited chapter located in beautiful Park City, Utah and covering all of Summit and Wasatch counties. Our activities include teaching fly fishing and fly tying, conservation projects in support of the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, the Trout-in-the-Classroom program at local schools and lots of great fishing trips.  We meet once a month and feature fishing guides, fly tyers and fisheries biologists from all over the Western states as speakers.  Check the Calendar page for the exact dates. Old friends and new members are always welcome, so drop by for good conversation, interesting programs and fish tales.

Check it out!

The new Mentoring Program is live.

The new Rivers Group is accepting members.

Freeze Your A** Off photos are published.

Next Meeting

Date:Wednesday, April 12, 2023 at 6 pm.
BYOB Meet 'n' Greet at 6 pm. Meeting starts at 7 pm.
Not the normal meeting day!
Location:Saint Mary's Catholic Church at 1505 White Pine Canyon Road in Park City.  (map)
Please use the west entrance behind the church.
Program:Gear Swap - Sell your unused fly fishing tackle
Rebeca Granillo on Women's Fly Fishing Programs
Bruce Pope on the Provo River Delta Project
Pat Ronneburg on Streamer Fishing

Prez Sez

KevinSpring Is Just Around The Corner!

I know we all have spring fever, especially with all the snowfall recently, but the good news is the snowfall will have a positive impact on our reservoirs this year. To help combat the fever, join us at the Wasatch Fly Tying and Fly Fishing Expo on April 14 & 15. Take in a couple of classes and volunteer to help make this the best show yet. Just sign up on the website.

Later in April we have our first Beginners Fly Fishing Clinic and we could use some help. Use the Contact Us form to volunteer to help with the casting and fishing days.  It’s a fun and rewarding way to teach the newbies. Hope to see you there.

We had a great turnout at the first two meetings of the year and we hope it continues. Our April meeting will feature a gear swap, so, if you have any slightly-used equipment, please round it up, put a price on it and we will have a table for you to display it.  It doesn’t cost you anything to sell and, if you’re new to the sport, this is a good chance to pick up some gear at garage sale prices.

Don’t forget to check the Calendar page for our meeting schedule, which varies a little this year.  It’s not always on the first Wednesday of the month. Next year we’ll try to reserve the hall earlier so we can be more consistent.

Fish on!
Kevin Parsons