Things are looking up out there with more sunshine and less rain, The rivers are slowly getting into fishable shape, but we may a f ew more weeks of strong run off in many streams. Still there are more and more opportunities to wet a line so do get out there. I think the big bugs are starting to get active on the Deschutes so that might be a good option right now.
We had a surprise speaker in May with our own Dave Kilhefner giving us a program of practical fishing tips. He later sent a copy of his presentation to everyone so take a little time to review it.
The next speaker is Jason Osborn who hangs his hat at Northwest Fly Fishing Outfitters. Jason is also a guide and will spend some time relating his knowledge of fishing even covering some of his haunts in southern Washington. Expect a informative program.
The last fish-a-long at Rocky Ridge Ranch was well attended with ten members showing up to test there skills. It was a gorgeous day and everyone tied into some fish. Of course our fish-a-long director, Paul Brewer, served up a great lunch.
In light of the river flow we are going to a lake in June. The date is 6/24/17 and it will be at Lawrence Lake which is on the northeast side of Mt Hood. The lake is in a beautiful location and should provide us with some good fishing. Make a note of this one your calendar and more information will be forthcoming.
Made the journey out to the Sandy River Spey Clave and ran into a few of our members. Listened to a few speakers and checked out some of the gear. This is must go to event if you have any interest in spey fishing. It will be back in 2018 so keep a look out on the Fly Fishing Shop website for more information.
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