Don't miss the 36th Annual National Capital Angling Show on Saturday, March 12. Held at Georgetown Preparatory School just off Rockville Pike at Strathmore, in North Bethesda/Rockville, Maryland, from 10 am until 5:30 pm. Admission on $10, children 16 and under are free. An all-volunteer production by the National Capital Chapter of Trout Unlimited; proceeds are donated to support local and national watershed conservation projects.

Steelhead guide and guru, Matt Supinski is the operator of Gray Drake and Trout & Eagle Lodges in Michigan. Matt is the author of Steelhead Dreams: The Theory, Method, Science and Madness of Great Lakes Steelhead Fly Fishing, The Orvis Pocket Guide to Great Lakes Salmon and Steelhead, and recent magazine articles in Fly Fisherman and Fly Rod & Reel. He will give two presentations: “Great Lakes Tributary Fly and Light Tackle Fishing for Salmon, Steelhead, and Trout” and “Tailwater and Spring Creek Trout Tactics.”

Other speakers are:

•ALAN CAOLO, author of Atlantic Baitfish and other Prey Species, Sight- Fishing for Striped Bass, and numer- ous magazine articles, on: “Fly Fishing the Flats for Stripers and Tropicals.”

•DAVE ROTHROCK of Salmo-Trutta Fly Fishing School of Pennsylvania and Austria, master casting instructor, author of magazine articles, and Chair of PA State Council of Trout Un- limited, on: “Early Season Trout Tactics.”

famed underwater videographer presenting the little-known real world of trout.

•JOHN RANDOLPH, publisher/editor emeritus and Riffles columnist for Fly Fisherman magazine, 2010 inductee into the Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum’s Fly Fishing Hall of Fame, on: “The Golden Age of Fly Fishing.”

•JOE BRUCE, owner of Joe Bruce Pho- tography, former operator of The Fisherman’s Edge in Catonsville, MD, on: “Fishing and Outdoor Photography.”

•JOHN MINGO, expert nymph and spring creek angler, author of “Fly Fishing the Montana Spring Creeks . . . The Rainbows of Paradise.”

•DUSTY WISSMATH, guide and op- erator of Dusty Wissmath’s Fly Fishing School in the heart of Pennsylvania’s Cumberland Valley, on: “Getting Started in Fly Fishing.”

•BEAU BEASLEY, contributing editor for Fly Fish America, and the Mid-Atlantic States field editor for Eastern Fly Fishing, author of articles in Fly Fisherman, American Angler, Fly Tyer, and Fly Rod & Reel, on: “Prime Fishing Locations in the Mid-Atlantic Region.”

Plus free fly tying classes, casting clinics, demonstrations, book and DVD sales, raffles, silent auction, guides, destinations, fly shops, tackle vendors, activities for children and families, and environmental organizations.

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