Join us for our Spring Webinar Series!
Join us the third week in March as we celebrate spring with an engaging webinar series! This year’s Spring Webinar Series features an exciting line up of speakers in topics including Ice Fishing, Fly Fishing, and Gardening in Nature. We encourage community members of all ages and experience levels to join in and expand your current knowledge and skills. Depending on your interests, you can select specific topics or attend all three webinars to hone your outdoor skills this spring.
All webinars are hosted live over Zoom and will include a question-and-answer period at the end where you will be able to engage with our guest speakers
This series is free and open to all community members, and we encourage you to invite your colleagues to attend. More information about the speakers will be posted a prior to the webinar.
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Ice Fishing 101 presented by the Kamloops Fish and Game Club - March 23
Ice Fishing 101 presented by the Kamloops Fish and Game Club
March 23, 2022 @ 10 am – 12 pm (PST)
With winter winding down, the Kamloops Fish and Game Club will be sharing a wealth of experience learned over the years during Ice Fishing 101. This roundtable discussion will cover topics like fishing locations, different types of gear, setting up a site, and how to target specific species during fishing excursions. This presentation will also include interactive displays, showing you firsthand all the gear and materials required to have a great day on the ice.
Presented by the Kamloops Fish and Game Club: Elmer Fast, Sandy Macdonald, & Randy Nelson.
Gardening for Nature presented by Kristen Miskelly - March 25
Gardening for Nature presented by Kristen Miskelly
March 25, 2022 @ 1 – 3 pm (PST)
Gardening with native plants is an eco-friendly way to beautify your yard while supporting local wildlife. Butterflies, birds, and other wildlife have co-existed with native plants for millennia and planting native species is an excellent best way to provide for them.
Gardening for Nature, presented by Kristen Miskelly, Biologist and Co-owner of Satinflower Nurseries, emphasizes native plants that can help create beautiful and biodiverse landscapes around our homes.
Fly Fishing Still Waters presented by Brian Smith - March 29
Fly Fishing Still Waters presented by Brian Smith
March 29, 2022 @ 10 am – 12 pm (PST)
With the vast number of streams and lakes in British Columbia, you don’t have to travel far to find a world-class fly fishing spot. Fly Fishing Still Waters, presented by Brian Smith, is a primer for flyfishing, covering rods, reels, lines, basic set-ups and methods for fishing our lakes. Whether you’re a new angler, or a veteran, there are always new tips and tricks that can be added to your “fly box”.
This presentation is from the collection and with permission of Sport Fishing on the Fly’s TV host Don & Dale Freschi, narrated by Brian Smith.