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Dan Basore fly lecture


John Loebach
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Stan Z just brought this to my attention.

Introducing - Dan Basore

Many of you know Dan Basore from his “Fishing History”

column in Midwest Outdoors or see him at sports shows with

his Historical Fishing Display.

For the OAK BROOK TROUT UNLIMITED meeting on May 20th

Dan will bring and discuss the earliest fishing items made in North

America, the Oldest Orvis Fly Rod and its exciting provenance, the

most complete collection of the great fly tier Helen Shaw, a complete

mint fly fishing kit from Weber in Stevens Point, Wisconsin and other

fly fishing items.

In addition to acquiring, researching, preserving and sharing fishing

history he eagerly studies fishing, and angles in public waters right in

this area producing many nice fish.

BRING YOUR OLD FISHING LURES, REELS, RODS, MANUFACTURERS

CATALOGS, CASTING ITEMS, ETC TO OUR MEETING FOR

IDENTIFICATION AND EVALUATION.

We look to see you at this very interesting meeting. Wednesday, May

20th at 7:00 at the Oak Brook Central Park West building – this is

the old Shelter building where we used to have our meetings.

 

See www.obtu.org for information

Well worth trying to attend, some of the stuff he has is recently acquired. These meetings are open to any please come if you can.

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