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1. Engage in hazardous and exciting activity, especially the exploration of unknown territory.

This is a word that many of us relate to on a regular basis. So much of Fly Fishing has very little to do with fish. It’s the adventure, scenery and experience that drives us all too new destinations and new species of fish. In a few days I am leaving for Louisiana in search of Redfish, Drum & Alligator Gar. I look forward to all of this and maybe a nice cup of chicory coffee. Our program this month is Oregon specific and one you don’t want to miss. Joel La Follette will give you good reason for a little wanderlust close to home as we explore Oregon’s Trout Trail. Please make your reservation and payment online as we can no longer accept checks and walk-ins at the door. In November they will be cleaning out our local Westmoreland Casting Ponds. They would love to have some volunteers from our club if the timing is right for your schedule. Please watch for the dates and times in member matters. I’m excited to announce a Fly-Tying Round Table that will be held on Dec 2nd from 11am-1pm. This will be at the Orvis Bridgeport location. Please bring your skills to share. Beginners are welcome. I will be there tying various Christmas Island patterns, but look forward to learning your favorite pattern as well.

My best to you,

President's Message

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