Meetings are held 7:30PM the third Tuesday of every month at the Larkin House 380 Godwin Ave, Wyckoff, NJ 07481 If you have questions about any meeting please post it on the message board and we will answer you.
January 21st, 2014
Captain Mike Roy is a Connecticut native who has been fishing the waters of New England his entire life. He's doing something different to catch really big stripers. He leaves the dock at 6:00 PM and comes home as the sun comes up, to fish the waters of Block Island and getting those BIG stripers. He'll be coming to Coastal to show what he's doing to put those fish in the boat
February 18th, 2014
We are lucky to have John McMurray of "One More Cast" Charters come back to speak to Coastal. John was the first Executive Director of Coastal Conservation Association of NY and is currently the Director of Grants Programs at the Norcross Wildlife Foundation. He's been instrumental is helping to save Jamaica Bay and the waters we all call home. Besides that anyone who's gone out with him knows what a great captain and guide he is and we're very happy to have him back
March 18th, 2014
Captain Mike Roy got snowed out in January so he will come back in March. Mike is a Connecticut native who has been fishing the waters of New England his entire life. He's doing something different to catch really big stripers. He leaves the dock at 6:00 PM and comes home as the sun comes up, to fish the waters of Block Island and getting those BIG stripers. He'll be coming to Coastal to show what he's doing to put those fish in the boat
April 15th, 2014
HE'S BACK. Any long time member knows that our very first meeting was with Bob Lindquist. Bob is an extraordinary fly tyer and avid Long Island fly fisherman. Bob has also held a classes for Coastal, one of which was just to show us the secrets of packing and spinning deer hair. Now he is headed back to Coastal and we plan of watching him tie and this time we'll capture the whole thing on video. If you want to see some great tying you won't want to miss this one.
May 20th, 2014
Captain Mike Corblies is a teacher and videographer of the sport he has lived and loved for over 50 years. As Director of American Fly Fishing Schools he heads an organization of casting instructors, fly fishing guides and member lodges in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean. His latest project is creating WINGS & WATERS Magazine, an International Fly Fishing and Hunting quarterly print and online publication. Any species from Bluegills to Billfish that can be caught on a fly are all targets for Capt. Mike. His websites include americanflyfshingschools.com, wingsandwatersmagazine.com and cruiseshipfishingtrips.com Bring the wife, because be he will talking cruise trip fishing with us.
June 17th, 2014
Chris Goldmark splits his time between Culebra, Puerto Rico and Cape May, and has been a guide in those two locations for over 20 years. Chris is the current IGFA world record holder for largest fluke ever taken on the fly (8.2 lbs.) a fish he caught a few years back in Cape May when he found some free time from running two marinas and guiding clients for stripers on the back bay. He's written about it for the Hatch magazine and now he's coming to Coastal to show us the tricks to catch big fluke on a fly. For those of us who have caught them as while striper fishing and now want to target them, this is the talk for you.
July 15, 2014
Its that time of year again. We're having our annual BBQ at the Larking House, where there is plenty of room to cast. We'll have great food and we can all work on throwing a fly a few more feet. So bring your rod and your appetite It should be lots of fun.
August 19th, 2014
If you have been on StripersOnLine.com's Fly Tying forums you know his flies. They are really outstanding large flies. Andrew has been fishing since he was 6 years old and after his father took him to his first ASWFR’S he really begun to learn the art of the sport. It then that he started making flies by the hundreds and learning a great deal from the best in the game,Bob Pop who gave him his nickname “ The Bionic Fly Tier Andy” and started to become known for tying good flies with a very consistent , extremely fishy looking profile and shape. Andrew makes really beautiful LARGE flies and he'll be coming to Coastal to show us how he does it.
September 16th, 2014
Steve Farrar, originator of Farrar blend of fly tying materials joins us again. Steve is past president of the Atlantic Saltwater Fly Fisherman, and has been tying great flies for years. This time Steve will be showing what flies we need to tie for the fall. Get ready and don't miss it'
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