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President’s Message – April 2020

I hope this message finds all of you safe and healthy in these challenging times.  The Covid-19 pandemic has transformed our world and changed our daily lives.  Businesses are shuttered, schools are closed, and many of our outdoor recreation opportunities have been severely limited.  Our new normal involves too much bad news and a whole…

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Member Matters – April 2020

Maintaining Our Fly Fishing Community Connections I was saddened to see that we had to cancel our upcoming spring meetings and fishing trips due to the pandemic that faces us all. But I was particularly deflated when we had to call off the annual auction. Our auction has raised remarkable sums each year for worthy…

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Amazing Winter Steelheading

  This is is a tough time to travel to a distant location to fish,especially as so many in our diverse society are in health and economic  trouble with the pandemic.  However, this trip was organized months ago and the dates were before the shelter in place decision was made.  All Oregonians were to keep a…

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Conservation Corner – Armchair Nature

Dreamin’ of Fishin’ Nature lovers and conservation enthusiasts have been creative during our “Stay Home Stay Safe” requirements. Here are a few trips you can take with your senses while being a responsible citizen and staying home. Love this You Tube video called Malheur Symphony by the Central Oregon Symphony with photographs by Terry and…

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Newsletter Submissions Appreciated!

Dreaming of the fishing trip you wish you were taking this month? Or perhaps you are reminiscing upon the terrific time you had fishing afar this past winter. While we are cooped up watching Netflix or C-SPAN, why not take a break and write a little story for the Flyline? Some of you must be…

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2020 Auction – Fly Fisher Foundation Keith Hansen Memorial Paddle Raise Recipient

Oregon’s Williamson River is on many fly fisherman’s lifetime lists and legendary for its trophy native trout. The river’s large, native redband trout thrive on the river’s exception­ally high density of bottom-dwelling insects. In late spring and early summer, a prominent black drake mayfly hatch draws anglers from across the West to catch these trophy…

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