- Last Updated: 30 September 2019 30 September 2019
General Chapter Meeting Information
A featured part of almost every month's membership meeting is the guest speaker program. The Board of Directors spends a lot of time planning and arranging for the featured speakers. We begin by designing a general theme for each month's program and then follow up by identifying and booking potential speakers.
|Winter Trout Fishing Techniques||Capt. Duber Winters||October 16, 2019|
|What I Did on My Summer Vacation||PPTU Members||September 18, 2019|
|Fly Fishing the DelMarVa Region SNAKEHEADS!!!||Joe Bruce||May 15, 2019|
|DNR Report on Historic Wet Weather||DNR||April 17, 2019|
|Flea Market||PPCTU Members||March 20, 2019|
|In the footsteps of Joe Brook: A Fly Fishing Perspective||Jerry Kustich||February 28, 2019|
|Annual Fly Tying Demonstrations||PPCTU Members||January 16, 2019|
|The Latest News on the Gunpowder||Gene Howson||November 28, 2018|
|Winter Fishing on Beaver Creek||James Harris||October 17, 2018|
|What I Did on My Summer Vacation||PPTU Members||September 26, 2018|
|Casting Clinic & Fly Fishing the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem||Dusty Wissmath||May 16, 2018 Casting Clinic at 6:30|
|Annual Fly Tying Demonstrations||PPCTU Members||April 18, 2018|
|Annual Fly Tying Demonstrations||PPCTU Members||Reschedules to April|
|Flea Market||PPCTU Members||February 21, 2018|
|Annual Fly Tying Demonstrations||PPCTU Members||Reschedules to March|
Time: 7:00 PM, Third Wednesday except December, June, July and August
Place: Margaret Schweinhaut Senior Center, 1000 Forest Glen Road, Silver Spring, Maryland
Directions: From Capitol Beltway -- North on Georgia Avenue (Rte. 97). First right onto Forest Glen Road. Pass Holy Cross Hospital and go across Sligo Creek Parkway. The Center is on the right, approximately one quarter mile.
Inclement Weather Policy
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- Last Updated: 01 October 2019 01 October 2019
Winter Trout Fishing Techniques
by Capt. Duber Winters
October 16, 2019
As we are now officially into Fall, we’re happy to announce that our guest speaker for October is Capt. Duber Winters from Duberfly.com, who will be speaking with us about winter trout fishing techniques. Based in Annapolis, the staff at Duberfly.com teach fly casting and fly fishing, and also guide throughout the region in fresh and saltwater. Come on out to hear trout tips and techniques for when the temperature drops, that streamside cover may vanish with the falling leaves, and the fish may slow down.
About Capt. Duber Winters:
Duber hails from Southeastern Pennsylvania, where he grew up catching trout from mountain streams and smallmouth bass on the Susquehanna. His more-then-20-year career as a guide, Orvis store manager, author, and naturalist has equipped him with a wealth of knowledge about all aspects of both fresh and saltwater fly fishing.
Capt. Duber is an expert angler and fly-tier, a licensed captain, and a certified fly casting instructor. He spent more than a decade as a professional guide in Florida, where he led fly fishers of all experience levels to success landing saltwater fish such as tarpon, sailfish, snook, and permit-only species. In the Florida Keys, he joined the Orvis Company as a store manager and guide. He later worked for Orvis as a sales manager in Richmond, Va. and then as store manager in Woodbridge, Va., and Arlington, Va.—all the while conducting multiple guided trips each year across the US and overseas. He has taught many fly fishers in the greater Washington, DC, region the basics in his popular trout and bass schools. He currently continues to work as an independent guide based near Annapolis, Md.
Capt. Duber’s work as a guide—and his own writing—has been featured in various books, newspapers, and magazines. He is actively involved in raising awareness about fly fishing and the environment through groups such as Project Healing Waters, Casting for Recovery, and a host of children’s fishing organizations. His extensive experience working for anglers of all skill levels, combined with his likeable personality and appreciation for the sport’s traditions, make him an ideal teacher and expedition partner.
– Karan Singh