March 6th, 2013 | Events,Facebook |
Reel Recovery is a national non-profit organization that conducts free fly-fishing retreats for men recovering from all forms of cancer. Combining expert fly-fishing instruction with directed “courageous conversations”, the organization offers a unique experience for men coping with cancer, a
time to share their stories; learn a new skill, form friendships and gain gain renewed hope as they confront the challenges of their recovery.
Retreats are conducted over a two-and-a-half day period at a fly-fishing facility or lodge with onsite or nearby access. All meals, lodging and fly-fishing equipment are provided at no cost to the participants. Retreats are led by professional facilitators and expert fly-fishing instructors. A maximum of 12-14 men are invited to participate, to ensure the quality of the instruction and to create a powerful small group dynamic.
The LMFR Foundation is proud to support Reel Recovery. For further information on the retreat at the River October 13-15 please contact Mike Emerson: email@example.com
Find this great organization on Facebook or at: www.reelrecovery.org
March 4th, 2013 | Uncategorized |
All of us who fish the LMFR have a history there. History of the River, best places to fish, people you have met, the ones that got away…
Pictures are worth a thousand words, or when fishing they are worth 10 thousand or much more around the camp fires, evening dinner and fellowship on the River.
The only available way beyond the fishing prose told to those who have not been there, to see and experience what we have is to post it here, your place beyond the River.
Most if not all have driven over the Dam. This view is a stark difference to what we have now.
So, if you have a picture of your recent or previous visit, a story around the camp, people you have met, just remember that those thousands of words may be lost if not shared just as this picture if not shared.
This one was provided by Pat W.
Broken Bow Dam under construction 1963
March 2nd, 2013 | Uncategorized |
If anyone has pictures from their recent visit to the river and would like to post them, please do. Places to stay that you would recommend to others.
During the One-Fly we camped at Acorn. It’s one of the best for RV’ers, since Buckeye (with full hookups) is closed this time of year, its the next best area to camp. Right on the river and Zone 2 is just a short walk.
February 23rd, 2013 | Uncategorized |
Lawrence Cross!!!! LC wins this year’s tourney with 9 points. Congratulations LC!!!!
February 3rd, 2013 | Events,Meetings,Newsflash |
Lower Mountain Fork River Foundation Meeting
February 23, 2013 Forest Heritage Center Beaver’s Bend State Park
Dinner at 5:00PM : Meeting starts at 5:30PM
We are almost there, the first meeting of the LMFRF for 2013. We will have our annual One Fly tourney in the morning and then the first general meeting of the year is at the Forest Heritage Center in the park that evening. There will be discussions of many topics that affect all of us that love and enjoy the LMF river. Also the new members of the Board of Directors will get their first chance at being a part of a great group who make a huge positive impact on the fishery on the Lower Mountain Fork River.
Please RSVP for dinner to Linda King at Three Rivers Fly shop. 580-494-6115 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also there will be a drawing for an awesome prize from the One Fly. If you participate in the One Fly and show up to the meeting you will be in the drawing at the meeting. That makes a great reason to attend!!!