Please note that with Daylight Savings Time in effect, most clubs will now hold casting practice / instruction prior to the start of their meetings. At least until it gets too hot.
On Monday, the Red Stick Fly Fishers hold their monthly meeting at the Wildlife and Fisheries building on Quail Drive in Baton Rouge. Casting at 6:30pm, meeting at 7:00pm. For more info, go to www.rsff.org.
Also on Monday, the Cane Country Fly Casters hold their monthly meeting at the Westside Baptist Family Life Center off Old Highway 1 in Natchitoches. Casting at 6:00pm, meeting at 6:30pm. Guest speaker will be warmwater expert Larry Offner. The public is welcome! For more info, go to www.canecountry.blogspot.com/
On Tuesday, the North Louisiana Fly Fishers hold their monthly meeting at the Red River National Wildlife Refuge in Bossier City. Social gathering starts at 6:00pm, with meeting at 6:45pm. This month Steve Oliver will be giving a presentation on his trip to Alaska (mostly sightseeing with some fly fishing). Guests are welcome. For more info, go to www.northlaflyfishers.org.
On Thursday, the New Orleans Fly Fishers hold the 1st of their twice-monthly fly tying sessions at St. Francis Xavier Church Hall on 444 Metairie Road. Bring your tools, if none, the club has sets for use during the session. Bring $1 for materials. For more info, go to www.neworleansflyfishers.com.
Starting on Thursday and continuing thru Sunday, it's the 39th annual Louisiana Sportsmans Show at Lamar-Dixon Expo Center in Gonzales. The state's largest outdoors show runs 2pm to 9pm on Thursday and Friday, 9am to 9pm on Saturday, and 10am to 6pm on Sunday. For a complete list of exhibitors, activities and seminars, go to www.louisianasportsmanshow.com.