From Oregon Wild
Wild rivers and wild fish. Is there anything better?
Join Oregon Wild & the Native Fish Society next Wednesday for a discussion on flyfishing Oregon’s Wild & Scenic Rivers and the role protected rivers play in maintaining healthy native fish populations.
Flyfishing is a sport that naturally lends itself to observation. How cloudy is it today, and where is my shadow being cast? What bugs live here, and what life stage are they in? Where are the fish right now, and what are they doing?
Oregon’s Wild & Scenic waterways are one of the best places on earth to be a student of flyfishing. And whether you’re a rookie angler or a seasoned professional, there’s always something new to learn.
With that in mind, we hope you’ll join Oregon Wild and the Native Fish Society for a presentation on flyfishing Oregon’s Wild & Scenic Rivers. Kirk Blaine, an avid fly angler and the Southern Oregon Regional Coordinator for the Native Fish Society, will be discussing some of his favorite Wild & Scenic fishing spots and the role protected rivers play in maintaining healthy native fish populations. We’ll also get a brief update on the progress of Senator Wyden’s River Democracy Act and how it will affect the future of rivers and Oregon anglers.
You can RSVP for “Flyfishing Oregon’s Wild & Scenic Rivers” here. See you on Wednesday!
For the wild,
Public Lands Campaigner