As many of you already know my wife, Michelle has been stricken with Multiple Sclerosis. We have been living with MS for over 8 years now. This disease can be devastating to a persons ability to preform simple, everyday activities such as tie your shoes or walk a flight of stairs. In a effort to combat this terrible disease my wife is looking for sponsors for a walk to benefit MS research and hopefully find a cure. If you are inclined please use the link below to make a pledge to support Michelle's team. Click the link to the Walk for MS home page, click "Donate" and type in Michelle Oneill (spelled just like that no apostrophe or capital "N") where it says "Name". Your generosity is much appreciated. For any donation of $50.00 or more "Irish Flies" will give that person one free, in home, private fly tying lesson. Please help us try to find a cure. Thank you.
To donate to Michelle's team click HERE
This year the walk is on May 1st. Starting at Paper Mill Park (the corner of Paper Mill rd and Corner Ketch Rd). The walk will start at 10:00 am. This walk is about 2.5 miles in length. You are free to come out and walk if you are so inclined. We hope to see you there. Thank you for your generosity.
Michelle & Tim
As I sit here typing this I have just finished one of those marathon weekends of fun. Why is it as hard as we try when planing things everything seems to end up crammed into a span of 3 or 4 days? Well, that is what happened to me this past weekend. On Thursday I was at the South Jersey Coastal Fly Anglers monthly meeting. I was there to give my presentation "Shad Fishing 101". As soon as I got there I got an appreciation for what a cool town Ocean City NJ is. Driving around this quaint little town for a minute you would never know that Atlantic City is just minutes up the road. From the clubhouse to the members of the SJCFA this club is top notch and Joe does a fantastic job keeping everything running smoothly. Of all of the clubs and all of the presentations I have given, this is only the second club that did the "Pledge of Allegiance" before the meeting. I gotta say...that is pretty damn cool!
The meeting was well attended with about 40 people there. Based on the conversations and the emails after the meeting, I think the members enjoyed it.
I would like to thank Joe and all of the members of the South Jersey Coastal Fly Anglers for having me out last Thursday, I hope you enjoyed the evening as much as I did. I hope we can do it again real soon.
So, you want to fish central PA do ya...