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February Meeting – George Krumm – Naknek Fall Rainbows

George Krumm is the editor of both Fish Alaska and Hunt Alaska and writes the Stillwater Fly Fishing column in Fish Alaska. He has wandered and fished all over Alaska and is a great resource. He presented to the club last February on Alaska’s trophy stillwater fishing. We welcome him back this year to present “Naknek Fall Rainbows”.

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September Meeting – Jim Carmin – Ed Francis Fly Fishing Book Collection

Jim Carmin is the Special Collections Librarian at the Multnomah County Library. Jim’s presentation will focus on the highlights of the Ed Francis Collection of Fly-Fishing Books, which is housed at the Multnomah County Library. He will also talk about some features of the archives, and the most recent acquisitions made possible by members of the Flyfishers’ Club of Oregon. We have all heard about this amazing collection, now we have a chance to learn more!

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President’s Message – August 2019

I hope everyone can join us at the annual member picnic on August 13th at  the Westmoreland Casting Pond in Sellwood.  If you haven’t registered for this event, please do so on the website. The club hosts the picnic (it is BYO – don’t forget your favorite beverage) so there is no cost for members…

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Member Matters – August 2019

Bent Rods at Grindstone FCO President Jim Hillas, Membership Chair Rick Pay, and member Paul Franklin hooked some beauties out at Grindstone Lakes. Check out the President’s Message and the Gallery for an armchair visit to these beautiful lakes in Eastern Oregon. Euro Nymphing Clinic A sunny yet mild (for Deschutes standards) summer morning greeted…

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Literary Angler

Honoring Memories Editor’s Note: Non-resident member and bamboo rod craftsman, Dr. Barry Mayer, reached out to me after Ross sent the request for Flyline submissions. Barry has the gift of the pen and appreciates the rich literary history of our Club. He also remembers members who have passed and have left their mark on the…

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Conservation Corner

Foundation Presents Check to WaterWatch Thanks to your generous donations at our annual auction’s Keith Hansen Memorial Paddle Raise, The Flyfisher Foundation presented a check to WaterWatch for $31,050 – A paddle raise record! Nehalem River Earns State Scenic Designation Governor Kate Brown signed the order on June 30th to designate 17.5 miles of the…

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Member Matters – July 2019

Sign Up for Laurance Lake Outing! Member fishing stories and gallery photos provide evidence that big fish are caught at FCO outings!  Head to the events page to sign up for this month’s outing at Laurance Lake on Saturday July 20th!   Send in Your Summer Fishing Stories to the Flyline Your favorite fish stories…

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Literary Angler – Fun Fishing Reports

Editor’s Note: When out on the water, FCO members always seem to find a bit of levity along with the fish! Your Program Chair, Ross Beatty, sends this report from the recent Goose Lake Club outing. He reveals secrets for success on the lake along with John Pyrch’s latest technological breakthrough on float tube power.…

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