Double Year End Gift to Native Fish Society


The Caddis Fly Angling Shop will donate 10% of Monday’s sales to Native Fish Society. We appreciate the hard work NFS has done over the years and continues to do today. Please donate if you can, NFS is doing some great things for wild fish.

From Native Fish Society


Now is the time to DOUBLE your impact for abundant wild fish.

Last night an anonymous donor made an incredibly generous offer to NFS – to match every donation between now and the end of year up to $100,000!

That’s right a dollar for dollar match for every Year-End donation to NFS. To kick off the match our friends at the creative studio, THIS, just had their $6,000 donation to NFS doubled to $12,000! Thank you to our friends at THIS! We’re asking you to please join THIS and help us match all $100,000. Every donation makes a difference.


Doubling your generous gift will ensure that our wild, native fish have a strong, science based voice across the Northwest in 2021. In Washington, your support will enable us to team up with local partners and Tribal Nations in the free-flowing White Salmon River to monitor the health and recovery of wild steelhead in this Wild Steelhead Gene Bank. In Oregon, we’re standing up to deadbeat dams and harmful hatcheries. With your support we can improve water quality, safe fish passage, and increase wild fish abundance on the Deschutes, Willamette, and North Umpqua rivers. In California, your generosity will empower volunteer River Stewards and staff to join Tribal Nations calling for a wild and free Klamath River – the largest river restoration project in world history. These homewaters matter and need your support!


Together, we can do so much more in 2021 — please double down for wild fish!

Best Wild Fish Wishes,

Mark Sherwood
Executive Director

P.S. Did you know that for 2020 only, taxpayers who itemize deductions on their tax returns can make a cash donation to a qualifying charity and deduct up to 100% of their adjusted gross income? Don’t miss this opportunity to give big!

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