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Cinder Worm Workshop

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The Cinder Worm Program is on again.

 

Register Now! Applications taken for both students &mentors

 

Kettle Pond Visitor Center, Charlestown, Rhode Island

 

For the past five years, Dave Pollack / Capt. Ray Stachelek and mentors from Connetecticut/ Rhode Island Coastal Fly Fishers Club along with members of Rhody Fly Rodders have been facilitating this instructional program, with the financial support of the US Fish & Wildlife and RIDEM. The first two sessions are devoted to tying cinder worm emergence patterns. One Saturday afternoon/evening is devoted to fishing them on Ninigret Pond. Many of you have already participated as students and/or instructors.

 

We are doing it again in the spring of 2013. Fly tying will be on two weekday nights at the USF&W Kettle Pond Nature Center. Fishing will be on Saturday at Ninigret Park.

We provide all necessary fly tying tools, materials, and fly rod outfits as needed.

 

Fly Tying: Tuesday April 30th and Monday,May 6th

Time: 6:30pm - 8:30pm

 

Fishing: Saturday, May 11th

Time: 4:00pm to dark

 

Every year there is a waiting list for new students. The class enrollment is limited to 40 students.

Looking for instructors, our student to teacher ratio ideally would be 3-1.

 

Pre-registration is required.

The course is free of charge.

 

For further information and registration contact:

Janis Nepshinsky at 401-364-9124, ext. 28 or

Janis_Nepshinsky@fws.gov

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Spoke w/ Janis thru EM, only 7 or 8 spots left!

 

Let me know if you're going and taking one of your kids, maybe we can meet up. I signed up our 8 year old and myself. :)

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Wow! The spots are going quickly.

Talked with Janis today by e-mail and I gave here the OK.

Nice to have some young blood experience the environment and fishing.

Hopefully it will be a life affair of love and passion for the sport.

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He's def got the bug; his first keeper at 5! - :)

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Wow! The spots are going quickly.

Talked with Janis today by e-mail and I gave here the OK.

Nice to have some young blood experience the environment and fishing.

Hopefully it will be a life affair of love and passion for the sport.

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I can do any of the above and more RAY, My name tag says it all brother. I tied my first fly at age 5. ;) You can show me once and I'll have it down.. PM me If ya' need a hand.

 

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