Thursday, March 12, 2015
Trout Bugs For FFC...
It's time to round up your bugs and donate to the Fly Fishing Collaborative.
2014 was a fantastic year for the FFC, teaming up with many guides, bug wrappers and other supporters to raise enough money to build a self sustaining talapia and produce farm in Thailand. This farm will allow the orphanage to take up to 160 more children in and out of human trafficking and sex slavery.
2015 has the FFC planning on building two more talapia farms, but their encountering a new problem....
The internet has found them. Numerous web sites have picked them up and demand for their fly wallets is outpacing their ability to fill them with flies
It's a good problem to have, but if you're good on the vice, you have the opportunity to donate your flies and become part of the solution
Two problems really, helping fulfill the demand and bring more children in the impoverished out of sex slavery and human trafficking.
Live beyond just fishing, and turn your passion into great social justice.
Click HERE to get in contact with the FFC. Trout bugs are in high demand....dry flies, nymphs and streamers to create trout fly wallets. Salmon and steelhead flies will always be gratefully accepted, but as the FFC grows outside of the Northwest, the need for non-anadromous flies is growing exponentially.
Now gets to wrapping!