November Meeting – Member Night
Now in our 28th Year
August Meeting – Captain Brady Bounds

May Meeting – Experts Night

This month we’re bringing back the PRSC Experts Night. Members of our club will discuss their favorite baits and fishing techniques.

  • WhereMcLean Governmental Center, 1437 Balls Hill Rd, McLean, VA 22101
  • When: May 31, 2017 at 7:30 pm (doors open at 7:00 for socializing)

About Experts Night

All speakers will be located at stations around the room so that you can move to different locations to hear the presentations you are interested in. We will have timed rotations so everyone will have a chance to hear all the speakers throughout the evening. This is an opportunity to learn new skills that work well in our local waters. Questions and sharing of information is encouraged.

Our volunteers are:

  • Herschel Finch – jerk baits and crank baits
  • Randy Chandler – top water baits
  • Bill Amshey – plastics (Tubes Flukes, Senkos etc.)
  • Steve Kimm – spinner baits
  • Steve Adams – fly fishing

March Meeting – Dusty Wissmath

Dusty Wissmath from Dusty Wissmath’s Fly Fishing School and Guide Service will join us in March to discuss Fly Fishing the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.

  • WhereMcLean Governmental Center, 1437 Balls Hill Rd, McLean, VA 22101
  • When: March 29, 2017 at 7:30 pm (doors open at 7:00 for socializing)
Dusty Wissmath
Dusty Wissmath

About Dusty Wissmath

Dusty Wissmath is a well-known guide, author, fishing/casting teacher, fly designer and speaker. Dusty will speak about fly fishing in the Yellowstone region, where he regularly guides and teaches. Dusty began fly fishing when he was eight years old. He is a member of the Board of Governors of the International Federation of Fly Fishers as well as an IFFF Certified Casting Instructor. Dusty is also a Simms Guide / Ambassador and a member of Scott Fly Rods, Hatch Reels, ARC Fishing & Hyde Drift Boat Pro Staffs.

In 1973 he began instructing and guiding in Wyoming while working on a degree in Wildlife Biology at the University of Wyoming. After graduate school, Dusty lived in Jackson, Wyoming tying flies commercially and guiding on the Snake, Firehole, Madison and Yellowstone Rivers. Dusty has served as the lead instructor at the L.L. Bean Fly Fishing School in Virginia and still teaches at the Wulff School of Fly Fishing. Dusty writes about fly fishing and is a photographer for a number of fly fishing and outdoors publications.

“Dusty is one of the best casting/fly fishing instructors I know. You learn a lot while having a great deal of fun. I can guarantee he will make you a better fly fisherman.” – Lefty Kreh