YIKES!! So much for our typical Oregon sunshine! Now we get solidified 'sunshine' and the associated re-education of how to drive when our rain turns to a more tangible product. Hopefully, everyone has been warm and dry and if you ventured out your waders were leak-free and your cleats held firm. Our local weather prognosticators are claiming we'll be back to our temperate wet selves just in time to meet this next week - in the meantime, enjoy the newsletter in front of the fireplace!
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WHEN: Wednesday, January 11, 2017
WHERE: Lucky Lab Public House [Multnomah Village]
WHAT TIME: 6:30 p.m. [with 7:00 p.m. official program start]
WHAT to EXPECT: Jeff Morgan-Winter Flyfishing for Trout
Well, you have no excuses now - we have the winter weather and now a presenter who can give you the tricks and secrets of why winter fishing is different than your typical fishing [and it is not just how to keep...
your guides ice-free]. It is not simply a function of fishing different flies, it requires an entirely different approach to the fishing experience. Jeff will cover both streams and stillwaters, with a specific focus on Oregon Cascade and Willamette Valley fisheries.
WHAT to BRING: a trick to keeping warm and a desire to venture out int he cold!
Christmas for Coho is underway! Tree collection is January 7th and January 14th this year - tell your neighbors. Better yet, be neighborly and haul there tree and yours down to one of our depots and help us turn it into Coho and Steelhead habitat. If you play your cards right - your neighbor might foot the bill and cover the cost of your tree as well....depends on your neighbor, never can tell!