Come join us for our monthly meeting at Orvis in Tigard. Our guest speaker will be Juan Calvillo presenting on Redband Trout. Meeting starts at 7pm. As always, we will have door prizes and raffle items. Hope you are a lucky winner.
Please come and join our monthly meeting Wednesday March 9 at Orvis, Bridgeport Village 7:00pm Jeff Helfrich will be presenting on fishing the Rogue River.
Our monthly meeting in February will be our annual joint meeting with TVTU at Lucky Lab in Multnomah Village. Rick Hafele will present on the Four Seasons of Fly Fishing. A silent auction will also be included in the night’s festivities.
Our next monthly meeting will be our annual joint meeting with Tualatin Valley Trout Unlimited at the Lucky Lab in Multhomah. Rick Hafele will be presenting on The Four Seasons of Fly fishing. This fun filled night will include a silent auction.
Come join us on the Fly Shop Hop on January 9th. We start at River City fly shop and proceed during the day to 5 other fly shops. This is a great way to network with the Washington County Flyfishing Club, our fly fishing vendors, and other Stonefly Maiden members. It is always a great day.
Our first meeting of the year will be at Orvis on January 13th. Brian Marz, Orvis Fishing Manager, will be our guest presenter. Brian will be sharing some good knots to know for fishing. Looking forward to our first meeting of the year. Come join us!
Please check your November SFM newsletter for time and location. The location is at a restaurant in Portland. Do not forget to bring a wrapped gift ($15.00 value or less) for our gift exchange. Any questions, please concact email@example.com
Come here Bernie Taylor present “Timing of the Salmon” at our monthly meeting October 14th, 2015. Bernie is a widely traveled lecturer and writer whose work has appeared in angling and popular magazines, and academic journals in more than a dozen countries. Bernie has found that all plants and animals have their own sense of timing. In his presentation, Bernie shows that the salmon have precisely timed movements, and that critical events such as spawning can be calculated to almost [...]
The SFM outing in September was to the Fall River again. The weather was warm and the sun gods were with us. The aspen trees along the banks were in full Fall colors. The fish were staying fairly deep and not many were rising. Nine women were on this trip. Five fish were caught. It was great fun. The Saturday night dinner was awesome with spaghetti, caprese salad, garlic bread and a wonderful carrot cake. Thanks to all that [...]