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BCFROA Fly Fishing Championships and Fundrasier

Posted on February 17th 2015, by BC Fishing Resort & Outfitters Association

Hello fellow anglers,

The 2015 BCFROA Fly Fishing Championships will be taking place on May 23rd at Salmon Lake Resort (Douglas Lake Ranch).

Event Details:

  • Date: Saturday May 23rd
  • Location: Salmon Lake Resort (Douglas Lake Ranch)
  • Event Staging Venue: Salmon Lake Resort
  • Type of Competition: Anchored Lake Competition
  • Number of Competitors: 100 persons max (50 two person teams)
  • Number of Sessions: 2 (Saturday 9am-12:00pm, and 1:30pm-4:30pm)
  • Price Per Team: $200 per team ($100 per person)
  • Meals Provided: 1 Lunch and 1 Dinner

Rules:

  • Single barbless flies only
  • Catch and release
  • Two fly anglers per Boat
  • All fishing done from anchored boats
  • Required fish species: rainbow trout (minimum length 30cm)
  • Fish measured in live release trays (length only) using the catch, record (photo and score card), release method
  • Personal floatation device and valid BC fishing license required
  • Competitors are responsible for providing their own boats

For accommodation please contact:

Douglas Lake Ranch Central Reservations 1-800-663-4838 or email reservations@douglaslake.com. There are limited cabins available but lots of campsites.

To register please visit our website.

This event will be a fundraiser for the BCFROA Fishing Enhancement Fund. Last year the fund was able to purchase rod and reel packages for a full credit fly fishing course at a local high school.

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