News & Events
September was a banner month for Sebago Chapter habitat restoration efforts
Our fifth pond reclamation in five years; our third dam removal in three years. Read about it on our Conservation web page.
October 20th (7pm - 8:30pm)
How to Catch BIG TROUT Presentation - preceeded by awards to our field volunteers
Cabela's Meeting Room, 100 Cabela's Boulevard, Scarborough ME
Lou Zambello is a Registered Maine Guide, author,and Sebago Chapter board member.
A pioneer of the movement to bring information about where and how to fish out of the dark and into the public eye, his latest book, Fishing Northern New England's Seasons has received wide acclaim from Maine's fishing community. Lou spends a great deal of his summers in the Rangeley Lake region, so he is no stranger to monster trout. He'll share some of his secrets at our kick-off chapter meeting presentation: How to catch BIG TROUT
We normally meet third Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m. October through March in the meeting rooms at Cabela's, 100 Cabela's Boulevard in Scarborough.Contact Program Chair Dave Bowie with any ideas or suggestions you might like to see for future chapter meetings.
tiers, folks who want to learn, come join us with Maine guide and
nationally recognized Master Fly Casting Instructor Rod McGarry. Tying gear
available for those who need it. We meet November
through March on most second and fourth Tuesdays 6:30 to 8:30.
CLICK HERE to view details about our tying sessions.
November and December Fly Tying Sessions:
— November 10th Lance Allaire will show us a trouble some task made easy with his take on the Kennebago Muddler. You will learn how about working with and spinning deer hair on this very productive and versatile fly.
— November 24th Greg Ponte in a program built around Nymphing Solutions will demo on a Czech Nymph and beadhead nymph how the placement of “ weight” effects the outcome, behavior and the attractiveness of these flies.
— December 8th Jeff Reardon will offer a program that will have you all saying “ Why didn’t I think of that?” when he shows us a smattering of "simple, cheap flies that catch fish”.
— December 22nd Lane Soltesz shares two successful patterns for searching the lower part of the water column, Hickey’s Tungston Bead Auto Emerger in a PMD and BWO style.
MainStream is the monthly newsletter for our chapter. It highlights a
calendar of events that the chapter is sponsoring, chapter information,
and descriptions of our conversation and youth training activities -
past and present.
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