Rivers of a Lost Coast Q&A, post-show wrap

Last night’s showing of Rivers of a Lost Coast was a huge success. Thanks to Jay Nicholas of the Wild Salmon Center for coming down to give a great presentation and providing our raffle prizes, and to filmmakers Justin Coupe and Palmer Taylor. We pre-sold out both showings at the David Minor Theater, thanks to our sponsor, The Caddis Fly Shop. This event raised money for Trout Unlimited McKenzie, Upper-Willamette Chapter as well as The Steamboaters, who had a great array of auction and raffle items, including autographed copies of The Angler’s Coast and a day’s fishing with North Umpqua Legend Frank Moore.

Rivers of a Lost Coast

In this video, Jay Nicholas interviews the guys behind this great new fly fishing film:

The Lost Coast Crew will be in Portland tonight for a showing, Bend the following day, and Ashland, OR after that. Check their website for showing dates. Thanks to everyone who came out and supported us.


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3 Responses to Rivers of a Lost Coast Q&A, post-show wrap

  1. Rob R says:

    A big “THANK YOU” to Matt, Nate, Chris and Jay for making the event a reality. Last night was powerful–a sobering illustration of the challenges Oregon faces in years to come. How ironic that just two weeks ago Nehalem-area fishermen voted to continue sport harvest of chinook, in spite of the fact that the run is expected to be less than 30% of ODFW’s escapement goals. And the irony to end all ironies: the new Valsetz Dam proposal on the Siletz. It is the first of many…time to strap on our armour.

  2. Moon says:

    And don’t forget – Tonight is our TU meeting at a new location.

    If you’ve been to the last couple meetings, you probably already know we’re outgrowing the Caddis Fly Shop’s back room. Starting this month we’re going to try something different, moving the meeting to the Eagles Lodge/Aerie at 1375 Irving Rd., Eugene 97404. Please join us Wednesday May 13th at 7pm for EWEB fisheries biologist Andy Talabere, who will talk about the Carmen Smith Relicensing Project and other EWEB and fish-related issues.

  3. Brent says:

    Great film if anyone missed this is a MUST SEE.

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