The Villages Florida

January 4, 2011 by staff 

The Villages Florida, If you are interested in catching more fish this year, you might consider participating in the Tri-County Fly Fishers meeting in January. Club spokesman Ed Rapisardi said: “The Tri-County Fly Fishers meeting will be held Jan. 19 at the Oxford Community Building, 4027 County Road 106 Oxford, FL from 18:30. The meeting is free and open to the public. Our speaker this month is Captain John Kumiski, which is the topic will be “This year’s Angler.”

Mr. Rapisardi continues by saying, “The Tri-County Fly Fishers is a Federation of Fly Fishers Club affiliated composed of about one hundred members range from beginners to those who are over 50 years experience fly fishing. Fishing interests range from sunfish and bass to redfish and tarpon with an occasional rainbow trout from north thrown in.

“Our speaker this month is John Kumiski, owner of Spotted Tail Charter Service. John was Director of the fishermen in Florida for over 20 years and Alaska for the last four summers. His presentation will focus on changes that occur during year a fisherman and how to take advantage of fishing opportunities that the change of season brings. ”
For more information, visit the Tri-County Fly Fishers site

Spotted Tail Charter Service was founded in 1987 with the express purpose to help fishermen catch more fish Florida. Http:// to the visitor will find articles free fishing reports and special loaded with expert advice and tips to catch all kinds of fish in Florida.

If you want more information about this topic or to schedule an interview with John Kumiski, contact Susan Surprise 407.977.5207 or email Argonaut Publishing publishes books and special reports on fishing in Florida, specializing in fishing in shallow water for fly fishing and light tackle. We also sell maps of Florida fishing. Affiliated with John Kumiski Spotted Tail Charter Service.

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