Dinner Meeting Nov 28th – Dick Streater

 Posted by on November 13, 2017
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November 28,2017

Dick Streater

Freshwater Hall of Fame Member

1st Place winner Northwest Outdoor Writers 1993-1994


Nationally recognized published authority on antique lures and tackle

Dick has found the funny side of all those gadget and inventions of the past 50 years.

If you have any old fishing lures or other gear you would like identified and valued please bring.

Oct Meeting Moved up 1 Week to Oct 17th

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The program this month will be presented by Jamie Glaskow of the Wild Fish Conservancy.

Sept 26th Meeting: Hi-Lakers

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Eric Fickheisen of the Hi-Lakers club will tell us about:
• Hi-Lakers – Short history
• Hi-Lakers – Today, a few statistics, Number of surveys etc.
• Types of issues we are dealing with:
• Planting fish vs. not planting fish – attitudes, WDFW, Forest Service, Nat. Parks etc.
• N. Casades Nat. park example
• Local easy access lakes & medium effort lakes

April 25th Meeting: Swapmeet & Roundtables

 Posted by on April 17, 2017
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April 25,2017 Dinner Meeting Gear Swap & Roundtables

Sell your stuff and buy someone else’s stuff (please remember if it does not sell you will need to take back)

15 min sessions or at your discretion 1. Bill Reisbeck- Tying Water Boatman Patterns 2. Jason Cotta -Orvis Reels and what you need to know 3. Len Zickler IFFF What’s new with the Federation and why should you care 4. Stevie Foisie- For those fortunate enough to have acquired one of Steve’s fabulous nets Steve will show how to install the bag.

May 23rd Meeting, Carol Ann Morris

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The program this month will be given by Carol Ann Morris, spouse of Skip Morris.  Her program will be, “Taking Quality Pictures on the Water”

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Jim Cox, Director of Donor Relations for Western Rivers Conservancy,
will make a presentation entitled “Fly Fishing Oregon’s Wild and Scenic
John Day River.” Since 1988 Western Rivers Conservancy has protected
lands on more than 50 rivers in eight western states. The program will
provide a few short updates WRC’s current conservation projects, with a
major focus on fly fishing Oregon’s Wild and Scenic John Day River, the
second longest free-flowing river in the West, for its world-class
smallmouth bass fishery and its excellent run of wild summer
steelhead. WRC was instrumental in helping create Cottonwood Canyon
State Park on the John Day, the second largest state park in Oregon, and
has purchased another major ranch on the John Day in an effort to protect
Thirty Mile Creek, a major cold-water sanctuary for wild steelhead.