June 20, 2017 Club Meeting: Hooked on Fish, A Best Practice Approach to Cooking Your Catch

Hooked on Fish
A Best Practice Approach to Cooking Your Catch

presented by

New England’s WildCheff
Denny Corriveau

Master Wild Game & Free Range Chef
Founder, The Free Range Culinary Institute

Our next club meeting will move on from how to catch fish to how to cook fish.  His presentation will include a cooking demonstration with the result available for tasting.  Please eat only a light dinner and be ready to sample something delectable.

For over 25 years, New England’s WildCheff, Denny Corriveau, has been bridging the gap between Field & Ocean to Table.  Noted as the only national educator for cooking all things wild, Denny has an extensive resume that is unsurpassed for sustainable free range cooking.

Often referred to as “The Emeril Lagasse of Wild Food”, WildCheff has filmed for The Food Network, Discovery Channel, NBC Sports, The Sportsman Channel, NH Chronicle, and he is the featured chef for NH Wild Side.

Denny’s fish and game culinary work has also been featured in USA Today Hunt & Fish, Covey Rise Magazine, The Boston Globe, Northwoods Sporting Journal, and many other regional and national magazines. He is also a regular columnist for various outdoor publications and Foodies of New England magazine, where he promotes his clean-eating mantra via free range and wild food. He is a Board Member for the New England Outdoor Writers Association.

In addition, Denny has been a featured celebrity game chef on iHeart Radio’s “The Sporting Life”, sharing the bill with the likes of Henry Winkler “The Fonz”, Wade Boggs, John “Hondo” Havlicek, Bobby Knight, Louise Mandrell, Charlie Daniels, Ted Nugent, QB Jim Kelly, and many other well-known celebrities. He is sought after for radio appearances.

Denny has showcased his culinary skills for large audiences within the outdoor industry, and has been a celebrity chef for the New England Patriots, Duck Dynasty and other celebrities.

As our guest, the WildCheff will share key nuances that will greatly benefit your sea-to-plate cooking, and he will provide a tasty culinary demonstration – showing us how to put into action the knowledge that he shares.

Please join us on Tuesday, JUNE 20, 2017 for another great angling seminar.  Our monthly meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each month at the Newbury, MA Fire Hall (7 Morgan Ave, Newbury, MA 01950.)  The doors open at 7:00 PM. Dinner is served at prices that will not break the bank. 🙂 The club meeting starts at 7:30 PM.  After the meeting, we have a seminar by a featured angler. Seminars are free for club members; there is a $5.00 charge for non-members.  Membership information is available here.
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May 16, 2017 Club Meeting: Hotspots on the North Shore

May 16th Club Meeting: Kevin Moore: Hotspots on the North Shore

This is the seminar everyone has been waiting for. Kevin will discuss many productive fishing spots around Plum Island and the North Shore. This is highly prized information that will not be posted as a video to the club website. You have to attend the meeting to learn about Kevin’s secret spots. Be prepared to take notes!

  • Kevin Moore is a long-time club member, past President and Junior’s Program Director, avid fly fisherman, and an authority on fishing our waters.
  • Kevin says that if you think he is giving away your secret information about a good fishing spot, he probably first taught you to fish there anyway!

Doors will open at 7 pm for dinner with club business meeting at 7:30 and seminar at 8:00.

Please join us on Tuesday, MAY 16, 2017 for another great angling seminar.  Our monthly meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each month at the Newbury, MA Fire Hall (7 Morgan Ave, Newbury, MA 01950.)  The doors open at 7:00 PM. Dinner is served at prices that will not break the bank. 🙂 The club meeting starts at 7:30 PM.  After the meeting, we have a seminar by a featured angler. Seminars are free for club members; there is a $5.00 charge for non-members.  Membership information is available here.
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Rocks Village Cleanup 2017

On a beautiful Sunday morning, a group of fishermen gathered in West Newbury to clean up the Rocks Village shoreline along the Merrimack River. About 20 people showed up, eager to clean up this great fishing spot for shad and stripers. By 8:40 a.m. more than a dozen large bags of trash as well as some larger items were picked up waiting to be hauled off.  A great team effort.

 

I want to thank everyone who showed up to help out. Many club members were there as well as some prospective members. I especially want to thank Eric Roach for organizing this project and for taking the lead every year. His strong commitment to the environment shows everyone that he is not only a fishermen, but a steward trying to preserve what little fishing areas are left. I would also like to thank the Home Depot and Lowes home improvement stores for donating the trash bags.

Just a reminder that when you go out and take something with you it is usually lighter coming back. And if you see trash when you leave, please pick it up. In the Girl Scouts we have a motto: “Girl Scouts always leave a place better than they found it.” I would like to see that motto used when we fishermen go out and fish. Thank you.

Tight lines,
Georgette

P.S.  Please bear in mind that there is poison ivy in this area.  Your webmaster once did a good deed by removing a long section of fishing line tangled in some weeds–and got quite a rash from it!

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