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Fly fisher to reveal Puget Sound saltwater options

Fly fishing author and lecturer David Paul Williams. (courtesy)
Fly fishing author and lecturer David Paul Williams. (courtesy)

FLY FISHING -- A free program on fly fishing for saltwater species, primarily in the Puget Sound area, will be presented by David Paul Williams on Wednesday (Oct. 9) starting at 7 p.m. at St. Francis School, 1104 W. Heroy.

The event is sponsored by the Spokane Fly Fishers.

Williams, an author frequently published in Northwest Fly Fishing magazine and other publications, says he will identify the species most sought by fly fishers, their habitat and how and where to fish for them.

He's known to employ his wit and humor during presentations, which explains why he submitted a photo of himself holding a carp to illustrate this announcement.

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