All Seminars located in McDowell Room
January 28, 2016, Show Opens at 9:00 am
Derby City’s Fly Fisher’s own Licensed Professional Guide, Gerry McDaniel, will tell us his streamer techniques for catching big browns & rainbows on his home waters of the Cumberland River.
Lee McClellan is the nationally award winning associate editor of Kentucky Afield magazine and author of the ongoing Blue Water Trails series, which highlight floating and fishing opportunities on streams across Kentucky. Lee is a 17 year veteran of the outdoor writing business whose written articles range from mussel restoration to snow goose hunting. He is also a member of the adjunct history faculty at Midway College.
Brad Redmon is the founder and operator of Redmon Fly Fishing. He is an avid fly fisherman with a particular interest in small stream fishing; having spent much of his life in pursuit of trout in the Smokey Mountains and Kentucky streams. Brad served as Project Superintendent and assisted in the design and construction of Hatchery Creek; which gave him the unique opportunity to meld his perspective on a trout’s ecosystem with his career. He has a particular interest in teaching the technical skills required for successful angling and currently offers guided trips on Hatchery Creek and other small streams around the state. One of Brad’s true passions is to help orthers become better anglers.
FAVORITE FISHING TRIPS
Various members of the Derby City Fly Fishers will tell about their favorite fishing trips. Most of these trips are taken each year and are available to all members of Derby City Fly Fishers.