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Welcome to Mid-Coast Maine's TU Chapter

Our Next Meeting
Monday, December 14
will feature
Evelyn King,
Maine Women Fly Fishers
Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow!
Evelyn is a Maine Guide and Certified
Casting Instructor and President/Founder of
Maine Women Fly Fishers (Sebago TU Chapter)
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*New Location*
Our meeting will be at the
Flatbread Company (click for website)
399 Commercial Street (route 1),
Rockport, ME 04856 (click for map)
6pm Dinner off the menu, 7pm program start

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Maine Women Fly Fishers – Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow Talk by Evelyn King at George’s River Trout Unlimited Meeting December 12 in Rockport

George’s River chapter of Trout Unlimited (TU) welcomes Evelyn King as the guest speaker for its monthly meeting on December 12th.  Evelyn’s passion for fly fishing started in her early teens and evolved into a lifelong engagement!  Evelyn is now a Registered Maine Guide, an International Federation of Flyfishers’ (IFFF) Certified Casting Instructor, Casting for Recovery volunteer and Founding Director of Maine Women Fly Fishers (MWFF).  Evelyn’s talk will highlight a selection of women who have helped promote fly fishing for the State of Maine and whose work has encouraged more women to get involved in this great sport!  She will discuss her experience as the Founding Director of MWFF and the lessons that can be learned from the evolution of the group which has grown to over 150 participants through social media and continues to draw a strong group of Maine women with a shared interest in learning about fly fishing.