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    Ed Engle to speak on Catching Difficult Trout at FSB/North TU chapter mtg

    Trout Unlimited
    Fred S. Burroughs/North Jersey Chapter presents an evening with Ed Engle Guide, Author, and Fly Fisher.

    Make plans to attend at:

    Camp Jefferson at 89 Weldon Road, Jefferson, NJ on January 20th, 2010 at 7:30 PM

    Ed will be giving a presentation on

    CATCHING DIFFICULT TROUT
    This program is full of new ideas for
    catching those trout that leave most
    fly fishers scratching their heads. These
    could the ultra selective, highly educated
    fish found in heavily fished public waters
    or they could be the trout in your favorite
    stream that just happen to have an
    “attitude” on a particular afternoon. The
    program explains the importance of your
    approach and casting position, slack line
    casts, the use of small flies, using spent
    spinners as attractors, terrestrials as
    attractors, how to match the riseform and
    the hatch, and fishing the zones where trout
    are feeding. In addition, the program covers
    crucial equipment checks that will help
    you land difficult-to-catch trout once you
    do hook them.


    Ed Engle has been an avid fly fisherman for the past 30 years. He has fly fished throughout the continental United States, Alaska, Mexico, Chile and in Europe for a variety of game fish species with a special emphasis on trout.

    As a fly fisherman Ed is especially interested in small fly tactics and techniques. His small fly fishing research has taken him to a many of the West's famous tailwaters and to spring creeks across the country. He is also dedicated to fly fishing small streams and high country lakes for wild trout. Ed balances out his interest in the “small side of fly fishing” with the avid pursuit of king salmon on the fly.
    Ed lives west of Colorado Springs, Colorado within 40 miles of the South Platte River, one of Colorado’s premier tailwaters, where he guides and instructs fly fishers.
    CURRENT PUBLICATION HISTORY AND QUALIFICATIONS
    Strategies for Streams Columnist FLY FISHING & FLY TYING JOURNAL
    Outdoor Writer for the BOULDER DAILY CAMERA
    Regular Contributor to AMERICAN ANGLER
    FREELANCE MAGAZINE articles and photographs have appeared in: Fly Fisherman Magazine, Fly Rod & Reel, American Angler,
    Trout, Warmwater Fly Fishing, Fly Tyer, Saltwater Fly Fishing, Angler’s Journal, Sports Afield, Fly Fishing Magazine, and Gray's Journal.
    BOOKS: FLY FISHING THE TAILWATERS is a how-to book about fly fishing for trout in the regulated waters that occur below dams (Stackpole, 1991). SEASONAL: A LIFE OUTSIDE is a collection of essays about the 12 years Ed spent as a seasonal employee in the U.S. Forest Service (Pruett Publishing, 1989). SPLITTING CANE: CONVERSATIONS WITH BAMBOO ROD MAKERS is a collection of interviews Ed Engle conducted with bamboo fly rod makers over a period of five years. The appendix includes additional information of interest to bamboo fly rod aficionados (Stackpole, Fall 2002). TYING SMALL FLIES is a compilation of the “Small Flies” columns that Ed has written for FLY TYER magazine for the past eight years. All of the columns have been updated with additional information for this volume. (Stackpole, 2004). FISHING SMALL FLIES is the companion volume to “Tying Small Flies”. It details tactics and techniques for fishing small flies. (Stackpole, 2005). Ed is currently working on a book titled, TROUT LESSONS, which is scheduled for publication in August 2010.

    The Recreation Hall at Camp Jefferson.

    89 Weldon Road, Jefferson, NJ
    Take exit 34B off Route 80, to the Route 15 North exit.
    Travel North on Route 15 past the fourth traffic light.
    After the fourth light, you will pass a Pathmark Supermarket entrance on the left. At this point, be sure that you move into the right lane.
    Take the second ramp on the right to Weldon Road (immediately after the Lake Shawnee exit ramp).
    This exit puts you directly onto Weldon Road, and the camp is a short distance, on your left.

    A sinking fly is closer to Hell - ​Unknown

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    Re: Ed Engle to speak on Catching Difficult Trout at FSB/North TU chapter mtg

    Quote Originally Posted by Rusty Spinner View Post

    Ed Engle has been an avid fly fisherman for the past 30 years. He has fly fished throughout the continental United States, Alaska, Mexico, Chile and in Europe for a variety of game fish species with a special emphasis on trout.

    As a fly fisherman Ed is especially interested in small fly tactics and techniques....

    I love his work with vises, too...

    More Vises, Ed Engelman shows how to build very low cost fly tying vises. The ones shown here are made with recycled bases. Ed is a District Specialist with the Sportfishing and Aquatic Resources Education Program.

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    Some circumstantial evidence is very strong, as when you find a trout in the milk.--Henry David Thoreau

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    Re: Ed Engle to speak on Catching Difficult Trout at FSB/North TU chapter mtg

    I guess the blender one can be very helpful when applying hackle to a Woolly Bugger.

    Guess some would consider him a fly tying INNOVATOR


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    Re: Ed Engle to speak on Catching Difficult Trout at FSB/North TU chapter mtg

    What are his expense costs from Colorado Springs CO, to Jefferson NJ?


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    Re: Ed Engle to speak on Catching Difficult Trout at FSB/North TU chapter mtg

    Quote Originally Posted by Stonefly View Post
    What are his expense costs from Colorado Springs CO, to Jefferson NJ?
    We've just charged it to the State Council!!!!

    " The more one comes to know men the more one comes to admire the Dog"

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    Re: Ed Engle to speak on Catching Difficult Trout at FSB/North TU chapter mtg

    Quote Originally Posted by leakywaders View Post
    We've just charged it to the State Council!!!!
    I wondered who had the credit card last, now I know!!!


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    Re: Ed Engle to speak on Catching Difficult Trout at FSB/North TU chapter mtg

    Quote Originally Posted by Stonefly View Post
    What are his expense costs from Colorado Springs CO, to Jefferson NJ?
    I do have to ask....

    Isn't he giving that very same presentation at the Fly Fishing Show a couple of days later?

    I was going to say something about fiscal responsibility at that TU.... but what the heck, it is someone else's money.


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    Re: Ed Engle to speak on Catching Difficult Trout at FSB/North TU chapter mtg

    Quote Originally Posted by AKSkim View Post
    I do have to ask....

    Isn't he giving that very same presentation at the Fly Fishing Show a couple of days later?

    I was going to say something about fiscal responsibility at that TU.... but what the heck, it is someone else's money.
    How do you think they got him so cheap? He's going to be here already. Are things moving to fast for ya there F*ckstick?

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    Re: Ed Engle to speak on Catching Difficult Trout at FSB/North TU chapter mtg

    Ed is giving a different presentation for us than he is for the Somerset FF show. Ours is called Catching Difficult Trout which I believe is different from the one he is doing at the show later this month. And yes, he's cheap because he's in town. We are sharing some expenses with another chapter that is also having him speak the next night or the one before ours.

    He'll be around for a cold beverage afterward if you want to pick his brain, get a book autographed or whatever. Hope to see some of you there in two weeks.

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    Re: Ed Engle to speak on Catching Difficult Trout at FSB/North TU chapter mtg

    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan R View Post
    How do you think they got him so cheap? He's going to be here already. Are things moving to fast for ya there F*ckstick?
    Golly Gee ...

    For the price of admission I could see Ed on Fri. @ 1445, Sat. @ 1300,
    Sun. @ 1300, how much difference you really thhink there is between his
    TU presentation called CATCHING DIFFICULT TROUT and his Sat. 1300
    presentation called CATCHING DIFFICULT TROUT and his Sun. 1300
    presentation called CATCHING DIFFICULT TROUT ???

    Plus.. STUPID RYAN now hold on to your hat....

    You can also get to listen to Matt Grobert on Fri. @ 1100,
    Sat. @ 1115, and Sun. @ 1100.

    But wait there is more...

    Aaron Jasper is also giving a presentation on Fri. @1400,
    Sat. @ 1100, and Sun. @ 1100.

    ... and wait STUPID RYAN.. there is a whole lot more too...
    way - way - way too much more to post here.


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    Re: Ed Engle to speak on Catching Difficult Trout at FSB/North TU chapter mtg

    Ooops, my bad. Well, for the price of FREE, you can see Ed Engle speak at the FSB/North Jersey TU chapter about Catching Difficult Trout without the massive crowds, the adulation and the attention brought to so may speakers at the Somerset FF Show. How's that???

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    Re: Ed Engle to speak on Catching Difficult Trout at FSB/North TU chapter mtg

    Quote Originally Posted by Rusty Spinner View Post
    How's that???

    Not bad...

    But I do have to ask.

    How much did it cost TU for the two nights?

    With the economy the way it is.. people asking for more and more money to be donated, only to see something like makes me wonder.


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