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Merrimack River Valley TU Chapter | May 10th Membership Meeting

The Merrimack River Valley TU Chapter will be conducting the last general membership meeting for the season. At this meeting we will be having elections of Officers and Board of Directors. Right after the election there will be a very interesting presentation given by William Ciaurro "Flyspoke"

This month's presenter will be William Ciaurro "FlySpoke"

"There is something magical for me about all things Spey. Not just the feeling but the true level of added efficiency of the method. We will discuss the early beginnings in Scotland to the Pacific North West and now my work covering ultra-light micro rods.

Please join me on May 10 as I conduct "The History and Application of the Two Hand Fly Rod." I will do my best to offer a complete understanding of the flies, lines, rods and casting styles that are best used to cover our New England conditions and targets.

My hope will be that at the end of my presentation you will have a greater understand and a broadened range about the differences between Spey, Scandinavian Underhand, Skagit, Salter and Micro Nymphing with a two hand rod."

William "FlySpoke" Ciaurro is a member of the Merrimack River Valley Chapter of Trout Unlimited and is a Certified Casting Instructor and Certified Two Handed Casting Instructor with the International Federation of Fly Fishers with fifty years of experience in fly fishing, casting and fly tying. William also is a builder of custom made fly and two handed rods. He specializes in creating products specifically designed for angling Trout, Salmon and Steelhead with two hand rods.

For additional information or to schedule a class or private lesson, please contact William at William@Flyspoke.com or call 603-501-9511. To learn more about the FlySpoke Custom Rods go tohttp://TheFlySpokeShop.com

Meetings are held at 
Sweeney Post of the American Legion
251 Maple Street, Manchester NH

Guests and potential members are always welcome. 
Doors open at 6:30. The regular meeting starts at 7:00 pm and usually lasts until around 9:00 pm.

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