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Organized in 1971, the Rogue Flyfishers seek to promote fellowship among individuals and groups to further interest in the sport, to improve angling techniques, and to educate members and the public in ways to preserve and improve the natural resources, environment, and conditions for fishing in the Rogue Valley.

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ROGUE FLYFISHERS MEETING

Wednesday February 17, 2016

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Rogue Regency
2300 Biddle Road, Medford

Wet Fly 5:45 - 6:45 p.m.

Dinner and raffle at 6:45 PM

Dinner Tickets $22
Dinner Special:
Dinner and 4 Tickets for $25.00
Dinner and 12 Tickets for $30.00
There will be a $5 charge for anyone that doesn't order dinner

The Speaker will be:
Jay Nicholas

Here is a one-sentence bio: Jay is passionate about all things related to
fish and fishing.
He is a fish biologist fly tyer; angler; writer; photographer; artist; teacher; storyteller; mentor; andlife-student. “My heart pounds every instant I’m on the water with something pulling back on the end of my line. I’m also husband, dad, grandpa, retired, working, and continually wrestle with the elusive concept of “balance” in life.”
His professional career as a fish biologist with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife spanned four decades. A Wild Salmon Hall of Fame Inductee in 2006, Retired from the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife in 2007to work as the senior Salmon Scientist at the Wild Salmon Center;retiring finally by 2014.
As far as fly tying goes, he is heavy into Pacific Salmon flies and winter steelhead flies.
The last several years provided an opportunity to delve into the world of saltwater flies fished for bass, lingcod, salmon, and albacore.
Finally, he has published over ten books on Amazon, a portfolio of writing that spans science and art, from serious to silly, with fish and fishing as unifying theme.








NEW MEETING LOCATION!

NEW MEETING LOCATION! There will be a change in location where the club will hold its regular monthly dinner meetings beginning in March. The new meeting place will be held at
The Point Pub & Grill
311 E. Pine St.
Central Point, OR

(located in downtown Central Point on the corner of 3rd and Pine St.)

DINNER: The dinner format for now will be sit-down. You will have 2 or 3 items from their menu to choose from and those items will vary month to month. The Point will accommodate those who prefer vegetarian, vegan or gluten free, but you will need to notify Theresa by Tuesday (the day before) with your request by either phone (541)702-2153 or email tms1910@icloud.com.
The charge for dinner will remain the same at $22 per person.
There is a full bar at one end of the room for those who wish to purchase alcoholic drinks.
DATE & TIME: The March meeting at our new venue will be held on Wednesday the 16th . The “Wet Fly” Social Hour will be from 5:45 to 6:45 as usual, dinner and meeting will begin at 6:45, followed by our raffle and guest speaker, wrapping up by 9:00.
PARKING: There is parking across the street on Pine Street in the bank parking lot, there is a public parking lot across from The Point on 3rd , parking behind The Point (they own both buildings), and parking along the curb.
ROOM: The room is located upstairs. There are two front entrances on Pine St. The one on the left enters into the bar. Enter the front door on the right. To your left are the stairs. There is no elevator. Those who need assistance negotiating the stairs will most assuredly get it. There are restrooms upstairs located right off our meeting room in the back.
We will hold our February meeting at
the Rogue Regency as usual.
See you in March at The Point !



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