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.
May 15, 2013
Fly fishers tend to be hatch focused and this trait is not different on stillwaters. The allure of targeting
specific hatches can become habit forming but it is not always the most consistent method for success fly
fishing lakes. More often than not focusing on the staple food sources that are available all season
provides the most consistent results. This program illustrates the importance of stillwater staples
including their dominance in seasonal diet analysis. Presentation techniques and pattern rationale are
discussed in detail for the key stillwater staples; scuds, leeches, dragons, chironomid larva and damsel
fly nymphs. A sound understanding of staples ensures consistent stillwater success while devoted hatch
chasers watch with envy.
He will be presenting Ten Habits for Stillwater Success at the SOFF May 16, 2013. Attend both for a
double dose of information.
RED LION HOTEL
200 N. Riverside, Medford
Wet fly 6 - 7 p.m.
Buffet Dinner and raffle at 7 PM
Buffet Dinner Tickets $22
Dinner and 4 Tickets for $25.00
Dinner and 12 tickets for $30.00