Does anyone have any information on charters for dory fishing off the Washington and/or Oregon coast. The Pacific City Dory Fishing operation appears closed indefinitely according to their website. I’d like to find a dory charter operation that uses fly fishing gear rather than spinning gear. Any ideas, please reply.
A Go Fund Me has been set up for Joe Jarzynka who drowned while fishing the Sol duc River . He leaves behind a wife and two young daughters. Joe was my friend and a dedicated steelhead fisherman but also remembered as legend among Washington Huskies football players who never called a fair catch in 4 years of returning punt returns and kickoffs. His accident may have been preventable as he was using subpar gear and reportedly not wearing a life vest. He got caught under a log jam. RIP. PLEASE DONATE WHATEVER YOU CAN. https://www.gofundme.com/f/nofaircatches
Hi All – Our longtime entomology instructor has gone and purchased a sailboat! We have had numerous requests for an entomology class. Is there anyone who is interested and able to pick up this class to offer for Fall offerings in September or October? Contact Judy Harris, Education VP.
We would like to offer a class focusing on Trout Spey techniques. Is there anyone who is willing to teach this class this coming Fall – September or October? Contact Judy Harris please.
Good morning all,
We had some changes to the formatting of the Intermediate/Advance Casting Class offered in the Education programs this year.
We have asked Tom Cammarata, of Northwest Fly Casting, to come on board and teach this class for members who are interested. Tom is a professional casting instructor and FFI certified. It goes without saying that he is very accomplished but he also has helped numerous people prepare for their FFI CI certification.
If you’d like to take your casting to a new level or if your confidence in your casting has kept you from going to some pretty cool places to fish – or maybe you want to be able to cast regularly past the 40-50′ mark, in wind and dicey conditions, learn how to lay the line down so the wily fish don’t see it coming, and how to set your fly down right where you intend it to go instead of hoping it will end up there, then this is your opportunity.
We have two spots left and then the class will be filled. The classes will be held the evenings of May 5 and May 19 at Lake Sammamish State Park. There will be a charge for these two classes of $ 75 to participants ($ 75 total, not each). OFFC is picking up the remaining cost to have a professional casting instructor for this opportunity.
If you’re interested then reply on this thread and let Judy know as soon as possible.
Additionally, if you are interested in preparing for your FFI Casting Instructor certification please contact Judy via email or reply to this thread.
Thank you and tight lines!
Hi All, Just a reminder to take a look at all of the education offerings that we have scheduled for our members this year. We have already started with some of them including a great turn out for the Euronymphing course. We have a two handed spey clinic coming up that is scheduled for April 30. We have a fantastic instructor who is coming up just to teach this class. However, I will need to know by Friday if you are planning on registering. We have a minimum number of members for this one which is a $100 cost per registrant. If we don’t reach our minimum number by end of business day this Friday, April 8, this class will have to be rescheduled for Fall. Please visit the website, take a look at all the offerings and see if there are any you’d like to take part in. Tight lines!
Hey All! I’d like to add Trout Spey and One Handed Spey casting instruction to our 2022 Education Calendar. Do we have any members who would like to offer up casting instruction in this specific style? If so, please reply on this thread and I’ll contact you.
Paul St. Pierre
David Paul Williams returns to present “Stuff Fish Eat” to the
OFFC. Last year he talked about Western Small Mouth Bass and
Puget Sound salt water fishing.
David Paul Williams has been waving a stick with his feet in cold water for
over fifty years. He’s fished the storied Yellowstone waters, California
beaches, step-across-creeks in the Oregon desert, Wyoming alpine lakes, and
plenty of places in between. He loves to share his hard-earned knowledge at
conferences and clubs.
Author of Fly Fishing for Western Smallmouth (Stackpole Books), and “In
The Field” editor for Washington-Oregon Game & Fish, his articles include
where-to and how-to target bass, trout, salmon, carp, and steelhead for
numerous magazines including Fly Fisherman, American Angler, Northwest
Fly Fishing, Fly Fusion, Flyfishing & Tying Journal, Bassmaster,
SalmonTrout-Steelheader, Salmon Steelhead Journal, Backpacker, Northwest
Travel, Seattle Magazine. His entertaining media presentations are in
demand throughout the west and he demonstrates fly tying at fly fishing
expos. He can be found online at www.thewriterealtor.com.
Next time you grill Salmon try this one of my favorite glazes.
1 TBL spoon orange marmalade
1/4 teaspoon orange zest and 1 TBL spoon orange juice
2 teaspoon whole-grain mustard
Brush top and sides of fillet evenly with glaze. Cook in air fryer skin side down (10 minutes) or in a George Forman style grill (5 minutes) until medium rare.
March 27th 2012
Movement patterns of Salmon and Trout in the Puget Sound including resident Coho and Chinook, Steelhead Smolts, Cutthroat and Bull Trout
Thomas Quinn, PhD
Professor, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington
Tom has been a faculty member at the School of Aquatic Fisheries at the University of Washington since 1986 and professor since 2000 .His research programs are devoted to the behavior, ecology, evolution, and conservation of Salmon and Trout and their habitats, including work in Washington State, British Columbia, and Alaska. His presentation will be of benefit to anyone who loves salmon and Trout fishing especially those who enjoy fishing in saltwater