Besides the CFF library books and DVDs, we all use the many internet resources. Regular email newsletters from our sponsors are valuable and we should sign up. The newsletters include new products and fishing/tying techniques, fishing reports, and upcoming events. For example, Mark Bachmann in his fly fishing shop weekly newsletter recently had an article describing the geological history of the Sandy River, along with present fishing potential (the subject for our February meeting).
Other weekly emails worth signing up for are Gink and Gasoline, and MidCurrent. A blog site that I’ve found valuable, with fresh techniques and perspectives, is Troutbitten.com. Finally, don’t forget Westfly.
CFF Education Director/librarian
Recent library acquisitions and donations include these valuable books and DVDs:
Nate Brumley, Winter on a Dry Fly, full version from our November speaker
Nate Brumley, Addicted to the Rise: A Dry Fly Book
Gary Lewis, Fishing Central Oregon, Sixth Edition
Larry Tullis, Nymphing Strategies
Jim Teeny, The Teeny Technique for Steelhead & Salmon
Dave Hughes, Dry Fly Fishing
Lani Waller, A Steelheader’s Way (we also have this as an audio book)
Gary Borger, Presentations Dec Hogan, A Passion for Steelhead
Mike Croft, The Fish Bum’s Guide to Catching Larger Trout
On our new website you can find the library catalog. I can’t add rows yet for new items, but I’ll inform you of acquistions.
Fairly recent books that are well worth reading include:
George Daniel, Strip-Set: Fly-fishing techniques tactics, & patterns for streamers
Denny Rickards, Stillwater Presentation
John R. Anderson, Fly Fishing Oregon’s Crooked River
Dave Hughes, Wet Flies Second Edition
Michael Gorman, Effective Stillwater Fly Fishing
Michael Gorman, American Nymph Fly-Fishing Guide