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Started by Dougfish, August 17, 2020, 16:28:16 PM
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To express our appreciation, the Smith River Trout Unlimited Chapter invites members and their families to enjoy the use of a covered picnic shelter for the day at Fairy Stone State Park on Saturday, August 29, 2020. This event replaces our September regular meeting.
The Chapter reserved Picnic Shelter #3 from 8 am - 8 pm. There will be fly-tying demonstrations throughout the day. Doug Jessie will share a powerpoint presentation of his recent CA trip for Golden Trout.at 4 and 5pm. And from 6-8 pm we will explore "The Underwater World of Trout" DVDs filmed by Wendell (Ozzie) Ozefovich.
The covered shelter accommodates 75 people. It features electrical outlets, lights, a large grill, and handicapped accessible bathrooms. There is a horseshoe pit nearby, but guests must bring their own horseshoes. A creek runs in front of the shelter. Each shelter guest must pay applicable daily parking fees of $7.00/passenger vehicle. Everyone needs to wear a mask, please. State regulations. We will have some available in case you need one. We'll have hand sanitizer available, too
The 168 acre Fairy Stone Lake has fishing for largemouth bass, crappie, and sunfish. The park has a boat launch for jon boats, canoes, and kayaks located on Union Bridge Road.
Concessions are closed for the 2020 season. Please bring your own meals and snacks. The Chapter will provide ice water.
Fairy Stone State Park is located at 967 Fairystone Lake Dr., Stuart, VA 24171; Phone: 276-930-2424; Email: FairyStone@dcr.virginia.gov
The park is open daily from 8 am - 10 pm. Jon boat and canoe rentals are available daily from 10 am - 5 pm. The beach is open daily 10 am - 6 pm. The bathhouse is closed, but the bathrooms are open. Please use the links below for more information about park facilities, activities, and any important park updates.
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Quote from: driver on August 17, 2020, 20:58:05 PMYeah... No..
Well I am going to try it- probably won't get there until early afternoon. I want to see Doug's trip report in person. I might also bring a vice and tie a few Allieworms to give to the kids which will later be appropriated by their dads
If anyone has an empty seat in a canoe or Jon Boat I could be talked into trying the bream & bass.