Happy New Year from YellowStoneFly of the Idaho Fly Fishers Blog. Here is my most recent reply to a follower "JM" who will be coming our way to some Idaho fly fishing next summer. Enjoy some new fish photos from guide Randy Dingman.
We would love to have you join our blog. Simply go to Idaho Fly Fishers Blog and at the top of the right hand column simply click on the Join this site button and it will take you to this page. Enter you email and a password and you’re good to go. If you are already a member of Google then click on the Already a member? Sign In button, again at the top right below members and it will again take you to this page. So much for the housekeeping, now to the fun.
I began this blog sometime back when I moved permanently to eastern Washington/Idaho in 2010. The purpose is not to make money, for I certainly don’t, but to inform those interested of this great sport which had dominated most of my adult life. Idaho Fly Fishers Blog has been great fun and on cold, snowy days like today, help to pass the time. I warrant nothing on my blog, and all is my personal experience and opinion, except of course readers posts which are not required. A lot of my feedback goes directly through my email at IdahoAngler@live.com or iPhone once readers get my number. I also have associated websites, which I rarely work due to scarce time, of Idaho Fly Fishers. com and Idaho Fly Fishers Association. We do have some activity on Idaho Fly Fishers on Facebook and YellowStoneFly onTwitter. My Facebook page has some photos of the Idaho Fly Fishers Association (IDFFA) with our annual trip and meeting to the Big Horn River in south central Montana.
I will admit to being mostly a conservative blog, but I try to keep those thoughts to a minimum unless my passion overwhelms me. The IDFFA is composed of a bunch of similar guys from all over the country, but we throw in a couple of lefties for good measure and never discuss politics when we all get together to fish. Membership is FREE, just let me know if you want to join. There is no application and no membership requirements other than being an avid fly fisher. Average age is probably 58, but range is about 30 to 70. We do have a really great time when we get together. IDFFA members home states include OR, WA, MO, KS, OK, PA, GA, ID, VA, FL, LA and MT.
“Hopper” Speers (PA) – firstname.lastname@example.org
“Shotgun” Young (OK) - email@example.com
“Big Chief” Vincent (LA) - firstname.lastname@example.org
“Pilgrim” Jay (WA) - email@example.com
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