Sunday, September 10, 2017


Don’t forget to make your dinner reservation for the Sept 20th meeting.
RSVP’S need to be in by this Friday the 15th.
Please email your RSVP to (give your name and how many for dinner)
For those who cannot do email call (661)742-5835 afternoons only.
Pay when you arrive - cash or checks only.

Special dietary requests: email Theresa at or call (541)702-2153 by Tuesday preceding the meeting.

Centennial Golf Club
1900 N. Phoenix Rd.
Medford, 97504

Wet fly 5:45 – 6:45 pm
Dinner and meeting at 6:45 pm
Raffle to follow
Program 7:45 – 8:45

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

September 2017 Newsletter

The September newsletter is available on the website.

Dinner reservations required for the September meeting.

Signup for the Steelhead  Tournament.  It is worth it just for the food prepared by chef Steve Day.

Come out Friday afternoon to lend a hand for Project Healing Waters.  Contact John Storfold.

Thursday, August 24, 2017

Dave Hamilton Obituary

The Rogue Flyfishers sadly announce the lost of one of its valuable members.

Dave Hamilton Remembered

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Steelhead Tournament Reminder

Steelhead Tournament

For details on the event and for sign-up information, please see the blog posted August 22

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Conservation Effort

Relocating Salmon at Cole Rivers Fish Hatchery

Last Thursday, August 10, several members of the Rogue Flyfishers, along with staff and other volunteers,
 answered the call by STEPS biologist, Ryan Battleson, to help with the netting of spring chinook from a temporary capture pen at the outflow pipe of the hatchery.  The fish were loaded onto a live well truck and transferred to the hatchery to be used as brood stock.  Of the 16 fish netted, two were wild fish and were quickly released back into the river.  

Monday, August 14, 2017


Coming up in less than a months time, we have the next opportunity to help a veteran.  This program can make a huge difference in someones life.  It really came clear to me when I heard one of the veterans explain how it worked for him.  "When I am casting I don't have time to think about all the s*** that has my life all messed up.  I have to concentrate on my hands, arms, the rod and line.  It just keeps your mind busy".

You don't have to be the best caster or fisherman to make a difference.  Just being there tells the veterans that you care.  Click on the Project Healing Waters tab at the top.