Jon Baiocchi Presentation | Thursday at 7 | Doors open at 6 | Raffle Prizes

This Thursday February 26 at 7, doors open at 6

Jon Baiocchi from Baiocchi Outfitters will be giving a slide presentation on fly fishing the Northern Sierra.  This will be a great opportunity to learn from one of the best guides about the North Yuba, Lower Yuba, Middle Feather and Davis Lake.

The presentation will be next door to the Shop at 250 Flint Street.  Call with any questions or more details.

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JON BAIOCCHI – FLY FISHING NORTHERN CALIFORNIA AND THE SIERRAS

FEBRUARY 26 – 7:00 p.m. FREE PRESENTATION AND RAFFLE

GARDEN PAVILLION NEXT DOOR TO THE RENO FLY SHOP

250 FLINT STREET – VSA AT THE LAKE MANSION

Jon Baiocchi will be our guest speaker on February 26th sharing about fly fishing on three different waters in Northern California. Two rivers and a stillwater, that are all exciting, all lovely and all filled with great fish. he’ll be focusing on Plumas and Sierra Counties where you’ll learn about the pristine watershed of the North Fork of the Yuba River, the designated “Wild and Scenic” Middle Fork of the Feather River and the amazing Lake Davis.

Jon is excited about coming to The Reno Fly Shop and giving us all a visual tour about a few of his “home” waters. He’ll show us great fly fishing opportunities and how to take advantage of them. We’ll learn about the gear to use, exactly where to go, including where the access points are, the entomology in the areas and how to approach the fishing during all four seasons. We’ll see wonderful photography (including beautiful flora and fauna), and maps and diagrams that can set us up for great adventures in the future. We will also be given insider tips and current information such as the origin of the spectacular hexagenia mayfly hatch at Lake Davis that just “popped” into existence two years ago. The biomass of this lake makes it one of the healthiest and most productive fisheries in our state.

These three fisheries are only an hour to an hour and a half from Reno, and offer the very best of the Northern Sierra.

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