A message from the president of the Kalamalka Fly Fishers Society
22 March 2020
Good day Members of Kalamalka Fly Fishers.
In lieu of the directions of our government to minimize contact with possible COVID-19 carriers I feel we need to follow the direction given, to stay home and maintain our social distancing to limit possible virus spread. So, at this time I am suspending all Monday night meetings of Kalamalka Fly Fishers until further notice. I realize that we are always under the government maximum number for a group (50) but possible spread of COVID-19 to our members could possibly have very detrimental outcomes for some members. Directors I will be staying in contact with via email or phone. If anyone has any questions please contact me by.
Thank you stay heathy and safe.
Kalamalka Fly Fishers.
No scheduled activities until further notice.
15 Feb - Family Day - Take the family fishing. 01 Mar - Time to clean and check all the gear for the coming fishing season. 14 Mar – Daylight Saving Time - An extra hour of fishing. 17 Mar – St Patrick’s Day – Try a green woolly bugger. 20 Mar – First day of spring – Are you ready? 01 Apr – New season – Don’t forget you need a new licence. 02 Apr – Good Friday – A good day to go fishing. 05 May – Cinco de Mayo – 5 times the reasons to go fishing. 06 May – Mother’s Day –Take your Mother fishing. 24 May – Victoria Day –Another holiday and time to go fishing. 20 June – First day of summer – Take the family fishing. 20 June – Father’s Day – Take you Father fishing. 01 July – Canada Day – Celebrate by taking the family fishing. 01 July – US Independence Day – Take an American fishing. 02 Aug – Civic holiday – Another opportunity to go fishing. 06 Sept – Labour Day – Fishing is a labour of love. 12 Sept – Grandparents’ Day – Take you Grandparents fishing. 22 Sept – First day of fall – Take a friend fishing. 11 Oct – Thanksgiving Day – Give thanks for the great fishing we have. 31 Oct – Halloween – Dress up like a Fly Fisher. 07 Nov – Daylight Saving Time ends – Just have to leave an hour earlier. 11 Nov – Remembrance Day – Pause to remember all those who make this possible. 21 Dec – First day of winter – With the cooler water, the fish is really great. 24 Dec – Christmas Eve – One last chance to ask for that new fishing rod. 25 Dec – Christmas Day – Best gift is taking someone fishing. 26 Dec – Boxing Day – Avoid the rush, just go fishing. 31 Dec – New Year’s Eve – Looking forward to next year’s fishing trips.