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Anatomy of a Fishing Story

Jason Rolfe, Steve Duda, and Gregory Fitz replicate on the significance of writing within the fly fishing group, and the beginnings of the Writers on the Fly Studying Sequence.

Remember to try the upcoming Writers on the Fly Cascadia Tour, which can be coming to a city close to you…

11/14/17 | Patagonia Bend | Bend, Oregon

Be a part of us for the kick off occasion in Bend, Oregon at Patagoina @ Bend. Featured writers embody Steve Duda (editor of The Flyfish Journal), Chris Santella (writer of The Tug is the Drug, editor of the 50 Locations to Flyfish collection), Gregory Fitz (author and artist), and Alan Pilkington (writer of Rivers of My Reminiscence). As well as, you’ll hear excerpts from Lee Spencer’s new guide, A Non permanent Refuge, about Lee’s time as a river keeper on a tributary of the North Umpqua. Proceeds from the Bend present will beneift The North Upmqua Basis. $10, 7 pm. Buy tickets for the Bend Present.

11/15/17 | Migration Brewing | Portland, Oregon

Be a part of us at Migration Brewing to listen to work from Chris Santella, Steve Duda, Paul Moinester, Brett Gaba, and Alan Pilkington. Proceeds from the Portland present will profit The Conservation Angler.  $10, 7 pm. Buy tickets for the Portland Present.

11/16/17 | Emerald Water Anglers | Seattle, Washington

The halfway level of the tour brings us again to the place WOTF started: Emerald Water Anglers in West Seattle. Be a part of us on the store the place we’ll hear work from native writers Jon Tobey, Gregory Fitz, and Ann Bodle-Nash, in addition to from Amanda Monthei and Alex Collier. Our featured non-profit for the Seattle occasion is YMCA’s BOLD/GOLD Mountain College, a company that gives alternatives for inner-city youth to expertise the outside and study wilderness abilities. Take pleasure in libations from Georgetown Brewing Co., as all the time. $10, 7pm. Buy tickets for the Seattle Present. 

11/17/17 | Boundary Bay Brewery | Bellingham, Washington

The 4th cease of the tour brings us to Bellingham, hometown of The Flyfish Journal, “fly fishing’s espresso desk bible.” We’ll hear work from Steve Duda, Nathaniel Riverhorse Nakadate, Cameron Ok Scott, James Hepworth, and Amanda Monthei. Our featured non-profit for the Bellingham occasion will probably be North Sound Trout Limitless.   $10, 7 pm.  Buy tickets for the Bellingham Present.

11/18/17 | Misplaced + Discovered Cafe | Vancouver, British Columbia

We’ll end issues off north of the border at Misplaced + Discovered Cafe in Vancouver. The tour finale will characteristic Cameron Ok Scott, James Hepworth, Michael Doherty, and Will Rice. Our fifth and closing non-profit is the Steelhead Society of British Columbia, whose mission is to advocate on behalf of untamed salmonids and the rivers they rely on in British Columbia. $12 CAD, 6 pm.  Buy tickets for the Vancouver present.


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