Dec 8 Christmas Party

The annual ETFC Christmas Brunch will be held Sunday, December 8 2019 at the Royal Executive Inn.

This is always a great event to finish the year. The food is plentiful, varied and delicious. There are many prizes available and you will be able to chat with old friends and new members so please join us for this great club event.

For more information contact Ron Sohnle at the following link.

ETFC 2019 Christmas Brunch

November 19 – Euro Nymphing

Gary Hanke will be presenting a free session on Euro Nymphing

Queen Mary Park Community Hall
10844 117 st Edmonton, Alberta
7:00 p.m.

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October 2019 Flycaster

ETFC OCTOBER MEETING

TUESDAY OCTOBER 15, 2019

7:00 PM @ Queen Mary Park Community Hall, 10844 117 St NW, Edmonton,

You are all invited to come out to the first meeting of the 2019/2020 ETFC season.

This meeting typically consists of a short business meeting followed by sharing of fishing stories from over the summer.

Please bring pictures for the projector and your best stories, trips & tips to share with your fellow club members.

Please bring your own refreshments. 

The ETFC is currently in need of a refreshments volunteer to bring beverages and cookies/treats to the meetings. All expenses will be reimbursed and your efforts will be greatly appreciated. We will not be offering refreshments until this position is filled.
DOCK REMOVAL & FALL CLEAN UP

Sunday October 20, 2019 @ 11AM 

The dock removal and fall clean up at Spring lake is Sunday October 20, at 11:00 AM

We need volunteers to come out and help remove the dock after another great year of fishing at the lake.

4-6 people with waders and 4 more people to carry up dock sections are required. Sockets and wrenches may be required for the dock assembly.

We will also be doing a Fall Clean up around both properties. Picking up litter, raking, pruning etc. along with checking the condition of the facilities. Please bring yard and garden tools along with boots and gloves.

We ask all members to remember that the club depends on volunteers to function and participation in club work parties or other events is expected.

The more people that come out will make the job go faster giving you time to enjoy the club’s facilities, going for a fish or getting to meet other members.