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Fly Fishers’ schedule a script to region’s top attractions

Sparse numbers of big brown trout lurk in the upper Clark Fork River. (The Spokesman-Review)
Sparse numbers of big brown trout lurk in the upper Clark Fork River. (The Spokesman-Review)

FLY FISHING -- The Spokane Fly Fishers are finished with their fall through early spring series of monthly programs. It's time for them to focus on fishing, and this is where the club members kick into another gear.

The wise students who enrolled in the club's extensive fly fishing course during the winter not only have the knowledge and skills to pursue fish with authority this season -- they also have a group to help lead them to fishing action that would take considerable time to acquire on their own.

Although there's plenty of private outtings underway and on the schedule this season, anglers who have been fishing this region for a long time mapped out the following schedule for the club's group outings.

Read on for the dates and waters.

May 19: Badger Lake, One-Fly Contest.

June 2-3: Chopaka Lake, Okanogan County

June 7: Amber Lake, Spokane County

June 9: Coffeepot Lake, Lincoln County

June 16-17: North Fork Coeur d'Alene River, Idaho

June 23-24: Blackfoot River, Montana

July 20-22: Georgetown Lake, Montana

July 25: Spokane River

July 27-29: Kelly Creek, Idaho

Aug. 3-5: St. Joe River, Idaho

Aug: 18-19: Middle Fork Flathead River, Montana

Sept. 8-9: North Fork Coeur d'Alene River, Idaho

Sept. 15-16: Clark Fork River, Montana

Sept. 28-Oct. 1: Missouri River, Montana

Oct. 7: Spokane River

Oct. 15-16: Sprague Lake, Spokane-Lincoln County




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