Be a Part of a Shoreline Stabilization Project
When: February 24, 2018, 9 a.m. - 12: p.m.
What: A shoreline re-stabilization project at the Seminole Rest Historic Site in Canaveral National Seashore. UCF is looking for help to remove debris, transport materials and deploy mangroves and oyster shell bags.
Dear Fly Fisher,
I want to wish you and your family a happy and prosperous holiday season and hope that you have had a great year of fly fishing.
We had a busy 2017 — our annual shad outing and the Legends of Fly Fishing events are more popular than ever and we traveled to the Jacksonville area to fish the Flood Tide. We teamed up with the Coastal Conservation Association and the University of Central Florida to improve habitat in our estuaries. In 2018, the BFA will be providing even more opportunities to enjoy fly fishing and become a better fly angler.
The Backcountry Fly Fishing Association is your place to meet with fellow fly anglers and learn about new places, techniques, and equipment to enhance your fly fishing experiences.
We are inviting you to renew your membership to the Backcountry Fly Fishing Association and continue to be an active member of Central Florida’s best fly fishing club. We’re already planning 2018’s fly fishing sessions — fly fishing events, casting clinics, fly tying, as well as habitat improvement volunteer projects with the Coastal Conservation Association and the University of Central Florida. We look forward to seeing you in the coming year.
Annual dues are $30. For your convenience, you can pay for dues two ways:
1. Online with PayPal
Click here to pay on our website via PayPal on our Membership Services Page
2. Mail a check via USPS
Please include your full name, address, email address and phone number with your check.
Make check payable to: Backcountry Fly Fishing Association
Mail your check to:
Backcountry Fly Fishing Association
PO Box 161611
Altamonte Springs FL, 32716
I look forward to seeing you at our events and meetings in 2018.
Mel Schubert, Backcountry Fly Fishing Association President
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