Lee Hartman will be Presenting: - "Fishing and Protecting a Treasured River"
Lee Hartman began teaching fly fishing in 1989 for the Colorado School of Fly Fishing on the South Platte River in Colorado. Three years later he opened Indian Springs Fly Fishing Camp and soon established the Upper Delaware School of Fly Fishing. Lee's fly fishing experience extends beyond that of an instructor. He has fished on the Upper Delaware River since 1973 and has guided anglers on the Upper Delaware system since 1985. This experience along with his highly acclaimed international fly fishing adventures gives him the ability to teach fly fishing at all skill levels. Lee co-founded our chapter in 1979, and wrote the newsletter, Streamside Happenings, during those years. He was also the SE PA Regional VP of PATU (state council) when he helped form the chapter.and presently lives and guides along the Upper Delaware River, and makes these presentations to various organizations. Lee has been involved in a number of stream restoration projects on the Perkiomen Creek, while a member of PVTU.
Come to the April Meeting on the 16th between 7 and 9 to see Lee present Fishing and Protecting a Treasured River
The meeting will be held in our normal meeting place at the Upper Perkiomen Valley Library, 350 Main Street, Red Hill, PA 18076, in the Community Room, downstairs in the rear of the building.
Hope to see you all there.