Nicole March

8 months ago

One dozen flies headed to @lagartun_ltd In Canada to be combined with many others and auctioned off to help raise money for steelhead habitat. 
Formed in 1970 by a group of dedicated Steelhead anglers concerned about the state of wild steelhead stocks and the wild rivers of British Columbia, the Steelhead Society is a charitable non-profit river conservation organization. The Society has evolved to advocate for the health of all wild salmonids and wild rivers in British Columbia.

The Steelhead Society's mandate is to encourage the conservation and restoration of wild fish and the wild rivers they inhabit. To this end, the Steelhead Society has been able to form alliances and partnerships with First Nations; Federal and Provincial government agencies, politicians, forestry companies, grass roots organizations, media, and outdoor equipment manufacturers.

These alliances encourage awareness of the sensitivity of watersheds and their inhabitants, with a unified goal of improving damaged habitats for the greater good of all involved parties.

The Steelhead Society is dedicated to the ongoing advocacy of environmental education, stream restoration, dam decommissioning options, maintaining flow rates, mitigating the effects of hatchery programs, effective control of the Aquaculture Industry, as well as holding government and public agencies responsible for the natural heritage rivers provide.

100% of all funds raised go to habitat projects in BC. 
www.steelheadsociety.org #flyfishing #flytying #steelhead #lagartuntinsel #lagartunltd @steelheadsocietybc @lagartun_ltd

One dozen flies headed to @lagartun_ltd In Canada to be combined with many others and auctioned off to help raise money for steelhead habitat. Formed in 1970 by a group of dedicated Steelhead anglers concerned about the state of wild steelhead stocks and the wild rivers of British Columbia, the Steelhead Society is a charitable non-profit river conservation organization. The Society has evolved to advocate for the health of all wild salmonids and wild rivers in British Columbia. The Steelhead Society's mandate is to encourage the conservation and restoration of wild fish and the wild rivers they inhabit. To this end, the Steelhead Society has been able to form alliances and partnerships with First Nations; Federal and Provincial government agencies, politicians, forestry companies, grass roots organizations, media, and outdoor equipment manufacturers. These alliances encourage awareness of the sensitivity of watersheds and their inhabitants, with a unified goal of improving damaged habitats for the greater good of all involved parties. The Steelhead Society is dedicated to the ongoing advocacy of environmental education, stream restoration, dam decommissioning options, maintaining flow rates, mitigating the effects of hatchery programs, effective control of the Aquaculture Industry, as well as holding government and public agencies responsible for the natural heritage rivers provide. 100% of all funds raised go to habitat projects in BC. www.steelheadsociety.org #flyfishing #flytying #steelhead #lagartuntinsel #lagartunltd @steelheadsocietybc @lagartun_ltd

4 Comments

jgcannon3

jgcannon3

Nicely packaged and rough enough to fish well👍🏻

8 months ago

sgt.bassfisher

sgt.bassfisher

Absolutely fantastic!!

8 months ago

parvizahmedoff

parvizahmedoff

I am selling more turkey tail and wing feathers for fly tying masters.may be you interested?

8 months ago

steve_fogel_nj

steve_fogel_nj

Schweet

8 months ago

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