June Meeting – Dennis Dauble – Tales of Natural History and Early Fly Fishing on the Columbia River
June 9 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Join us a Dennis presents “Tales of Natural History and Early Fly Fishing on the Columbia River.” This unique presentation will entertain with readings from Native American spoken mythology, explorer journals, and 19th-century angling lore. These early lessons in natural history help inform how changes to the landscape have led to the fish community we know today.
Dauble retired from Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in 2009 after 35+ years as a fisheries scientist. He is author of an award-winning natural history guidebook Fishes of the Columbia Basin and three short-story collections, including his most recent: Bury Me With My Fly Rod. The Unvarnished Truth About Fly Fishing. His articles have appeared in Fly Fisherman, American Angling, Northwest Fly Fishing, and Game & Fish magazine. (See more at DennisDaubleBooks.com)