Carolina Fly Fishing Club
CFFC 2014 Banquet
& Annual Meeting
Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014
Location: NorthStone Country Club - 15801 NorthStone Drive, Huntersville,
Date: November 12, 6:30 P.M.-10:00 P.M., Dinner served at 7:30 P.M.
You may go to our Events Calender for November and register and pay online. We do need the total number that will attend by October 30, 2014 to order the food.
Total cost is $35.00 per person. Guests are welcome and can be added to your registration. If you prefer not to go online, you can sign up and pay at our monthly meetings.
A separate cash bar will be provided and managed by facility staff.
This is CFFC’s first ever end of year banquet to celebrate our 2014 activities and bring together members and their partners for a nice social and fun filled evening. We will have a great buffet dinner and some really nice items for raffle and silent auction. We will also have an entertaining speaker, Kevin Howell from Davidson River Outfitters. The date is the same as our regularly scheduled November annual club meeting. So, put this on your calendars now and invite your spouse, partner or friend to share the evening with us.
Start saving your dollars now for a chance to win some really great raffle prizes. We will accept cash, checks and credit cards.
Buffet Dinner Menu
-Simple Hors d’ Oeuvres (cheese, crackers, fruit, etc.) for meet and greet time
-Dinner Rolls, Fountain Sodas, Coffee and Tea
-Mixed Green Salad
-Potatoes au Gratin, Rice Pilaf
-Seasonal Steamed Vegetable Medley
-Slow Roasted Prime Rib Au Jus & Horseradish Cream Sauce
-Chicken Breast stuffed w/ Boursin Cheese, Spinach & Red Peppers
NorthStone Country Club is east of Huntersville, on McCord Road, off Highway 115, approximately 2 miles east of I-77 and, reachable by exits 23 and 25. This is a very convenient location to find.
From Charlotte, take I-77 to Exit 25, (North Cross) right. Follow Hwy 73 to Hwy 115 then turn right, go ¼ mile and turn left on McCord Road. Entrance is approximately 1.5 miles on your right.
Annual CFFC Fall Nantahala Trip
Oct. 30 to Nov. 2, 2014
OK CFFC Members, the event everyone has been waiting for will soon be upon us. The annual CFFC Fall Nantahala Trip.
This year the club will be staying at the Euchella House. The Euchella house is right off the main highway as you enter Nantahala Village. It is 5 minutes from the Nantahala Outdoor Center, 15 minutes from the Delayed Harvest Section of the Nantahala, and 30 minutes from the Tuckaseegee River at Dillsborro. The dates are Thursday Oct 30th through Sunday Nov 2nd. that's 3 nights and 4 days in some of the best fishing country North Carolina has to offer.
The Cabin will accommodate 15 comfortably depending on the number of couples/singles we have. As always bunk assignments will be assigned, with couples getting priority on the private rooms. If demand is strong, there is another house 150 feet away that will accommodate another 10 folks. The house is located about 200 yards from Fontana Lake.
Cost for the entire weekend is a mere $125 per person. This includes your lodging, and Meals for Friday night, Saturday breakfast, Saturday night, and Sunday continental breakfast.
We are blessed to have some pretty amazing cooks in our membership which means we always eat pretty well.
For those who have not been before, Volunteers for cooks and cleanup are always asked for, if you do not volunteer, you will be drafted :>).
If you are new to fly fishing, or want to hone your skills on different types of water. This is the trip and the best time to learn. There are usually veteran fly fisherman who attend.
They know the area streams well, which flies to use, and what techniques will work. An Added bonus is the fall leaves should be just winding down so the scenery should be magnificent too!
Sign up is on a first come first serve basis. YOU MUST PAY FOR THE TRIP WHEN YOU SIGN UP!! No Exceptions, a spot will not be held simply by registering. Your registration will be deleted.
We have to do this because of the costs involved. Especially if we rent the second house and then participants decide they don't want to attend. I hope everyone understands.
If anyone has questions about the trip, fishing the area, or accommodations feel free to email me and I will answer as best I can. If anyone has special dietary requirements, or medical conditions, please again email me in confidence and arrangements can be made.
Looking forward to seeing everyone. This is going to be a great trip.
Monthly Fly Tying Sessions
Lying and Tying
We will be having a monthly fly tying sessions at REI Northlake Mall on these dates:
Aug. 19 - Sept. 23- Out. 21- Nov. 18
These will continue on Tuesdays through November.
The lying and tying sessions are not meant to be formal training just a bunch of guys and gals sitting around tying and telling a few fishing stories. We will be glad however to help anyone with a fly or technique they are having a problem with. Every one is invited to attend and tie some flies or you can just watch and learn. If you don't have a vice yet we will have some vices and material for you to use. Look forward to seeing everyone there.
Wednesday August 13, 2014
CFFC CLUB MEETING AT REI Northlake Mall, Harris and I-77
6:30 PM Meet and Greet
7:00 PM to 8:30 PM Club Meeting.
Orvis Endorsed and Head guide of Bay Street Outfitters', Capt. Tuck Scott started fishing and shrimping the Beaufort area 30 years ago with his grandfather. He has heavily fished South Carolina's Lowcountry from Charleston to Savannah and has incorporated his fly fishing experience of twenty plus years to exclusively target saltwater species here in Beaufort, SC. Tuck targets redfish, seatrout, ladyfish, cobia, and sheepshead on the fly as well as on light tackle from a 2014 Hell’s Bay Professional. Because of its unmatched excitement, sight fishing is his primary method of targeting most species.
Tuck will be speaking on the diversity of the South Carolina Lowcountry for the fly rodder, specifically, about the marshes that surround Beaufort, SC. 25% of the entire United States' East coast marshland water is found in Beaufort county which affords a huge playground full of redfish year round, cobia in the spring, and many other species to cast a fly at during the summer months. Tuck will cover the seasons and how that changes the fishery throughout the year. He will also cover fly selection and the correct equipment to fish area with along with some tips for fishing saltwater in general.
Capt. Tuck Scott
We want to encourage all of our members to make use of our new forum that is now on the website,
CFFC Forum You may check the forum any time you open the website and if you want to post you will need to sign on to post. We hope that you will be posting, giving us your opinions on what we can do to make our club better and tell us about your latest fishing trips.
If you have any questions on how to register, how to post photo's, etc. Please feel free to email me and we
will be glad to help.
Special thanks to the following for their continuing support of our club.
NCWRC Online Information
Please look at the NCWRC web site for some of the new features that are available to us by following the link below.
Another very nice feature on the Website is the Interactive map that is provided. Check the link below for more information.
Lots of great information on where to fish for all species of fish with maps that are easy to follow.
"FYFLE" Fly Raffle
At each general meeting we will be holding a flyfle or a raffly or whatever we chose to call a fly raffle.Each member is asked to bring two flies or more to the meetings. Each fly will go into a separate bucket to raffle off. One bucket of flies will be raffled off among those who donated flies for each fly donated your will receive one ticket.. The other bucket of flies will go to a lucky winner in the general raffle.
If you don’t tie, no worries… the flies you use to enter can be store bought or from anywhere else within the law.