“Modern aluminum boats are a far cry from Grandpa’s tin boat, and offer some advantages over fiberglass hulls.”
While Safari Club members are primarily hunters, many of them enjoy time on the water, hunting for fresh or saltwater prey to keep in tune with the rhythms of the seasons. Now that Spring has sprung and Summer is on the way, we took a look at some of the more innovative options to get out to where the big ones are. Continue reading Tin Boats Today – A New Look→
Professional anglers, Johnny Johnson, host of “Fishing with Johnny Johnson” on Fox Sports AZ, and Matt Shura, professional tournament angler, bring their skills to the 2014 SCI Convention in Las Vegas to show you the lures and share the techniques required to catch clear water bass out west, on lakes such as Lake Mead in Nevada and Arizona, and Lake Havasu, on the border of California and Arizona.
Join Truel Myers for this 2-Hour, seminar at the 2014 SCI Convention. Only 8-Participants will be eligible for the hands on demonstration so PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. CONTACT Truel at myerst@ORVIS.com FOR YOUR RESERVATION. A small audience of up to 20 people may be permitted to observe only.
Whether you are a beginner or an experienced fly caster, this 2-hour, hands-on course will take you through the basic mechanics of the casting stroke; getting the line hand involved; shooting line; false casting; false casting and shooting line; roll casting; and double hauling.
Truel will demonstrate all of these casts followed by the participants casting with instruction. Fly rod outfits will be provided for instruction with a maximum of 8 participants. Truel Myers is a Florida native and professional fly fishing instructor with 40 years fly fishing experience and 27 years teaching experience.
What a fishing event! Sparks Marina was the site of Free Fishing Derby, sponsored by the Northern Nevada Chapter of Safari Club International (NNSCI), the Sparks Rotary Group, Nevada Bighorns Unlimited (NBU), and the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW). On June 9, 2012, a clear, sunny day, 2,020 young anglers registered and participated in the annual Free Fishing Derby. Many of those youngsters had never been fishing. The young anglers and their parents look forward to this annual event as valuable time to share a wonderful experience as a family. What seemed like thousands of fish were stocked; what seemed like hundreds of fish were caught. The kids were beaming and so proud, holding up their stringers with their catch of fish. Everyone had a wonderful time at this morning fishing adventure.
In addition to fishing, there were many other activities in which the youngsters could participate, and educational booths to visit. The highlight of the morning was the gift of hundreds of orange SCI T-shirts, which the NNSCI Chapter gave to participants. What a tremendous sight it was to see a crowd of young, happy kids fishing in their bright orange SCI T-shirts.– Terrance Melby, Chapter Director