Tuesday, September 1, 2015

September at TVU?

School is back in session and the waters are cooling down. After a bit of rain and a dusting of snow on the mountain things are beginning to look better for fall - we can certainly hope for that!

Now SUPPOSEDLY the fishing restrictions have been lifted for streams in Oregon [remember the time restrictions as of July 18?] - or so the local news said last night; BUT what we can't find is official ODFW news release about that. Might call ahead if you're going to test the cooler waters....

UPDATED - clear as of Sept 1 [but be mindful if things heat back up] - ODFW OFFICIAL news release <<<<< ODFW News >>>>

Now, on to more pressing business.....

The latest issue is on the internets! Click and read to your hearts content

 >>> The Trout Line <<<

WHEN: Wednesday, September 9, 2015
WHERE: Lucky Lab Public House [Multnomah]
WHAT TIME: 6:30 p.m. Socializing; meeting starts at 7:00 p.m.
WHAT to EXPECT: Preston Singletary-"The Sea-Run Cutthroat"
Preston will provide insight into the SRC: His Life and Times in Freshwater and Salt, including the native range and the life histories of this semi-anadromous fish. His discussion will include a discussion of the saltwater fishery in Puget Sound and expand into fishing for them in rivers and streams.

Preston is a department editor and contributing author to Flyfishing & Tying Journal..
WHAT to BRING: appetites and friends welcome! Food and beverages are available for purchase - second floor banquet room.
Andy's camp on the JD - look for it again on the Fall!
WHERE: Fall River [Central Oregon]; Fall River Campground
WHEN: September 16-21, 2015 
WHAT to EXPECT: A multi-day getaway on the Fall River; come and rest up from those first frantic weeks of shuttling the kids to and fro! Temps can be cool so come prepared. Remember this is an overnighter so Saturday night there will be a potluck dinner - straight off the roadkill grill - bring a side dish or dessert and join Andy on his next to last adventure of the season!

CAMPSITE information is available - also check out page 5 of the Newsletter for more tidbits; if you have more questions contact Andy Andrews!