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  • Fly-fishing expert will fly in, teach seminar

  • A consortium of fly-fishing clubs in Southern Oregon has pooled resources to fly in a Canadian stillwater fly-fishing expert for a series of appearances and a fishing workshop at one of the Northwest's best fly-fishing lakes.
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  • A consortium of fly-fishing clubs in Southern Oregon has pooled resources to fly in a Canadian stillwater fly-fishing expert for a series of appearances and a fishing workshop at one of the Northwest's best fly-fishing lakes.
    Phil Rowley will make presentations to the May meetings of the Rogue Fly-Fishers Association in Medford, as well as the Southern Oregon Fly Fishers of Grants Pass, the Klamath County Fly Casters and a similar group in Roseburg.
    The Medford presentation will be Wednesday, May 15, at the Red Lion Hotel, 200 N. Riverside Ave. The meeting starts with a 6 p.m. Wet Fly hour followed at 7 p.m. by dinner, club business and Rowley's presentation. The meetings are open to the public.
    Rowley will speak Thursday, May 16, at the Grants Pass club meeting.
    Rowley will present a three-day weekend seminar Saturday to Monday, May 18-20, that starts with an all-day class and finishes with two days of fishing at Diamond Lake in eastern Douglas County.
    There is room for 25 people in the class, and space is available. The three-day class costs $60 for club members and $70 for nonmembers.
    For information and registration, email John MacDiarmid at jmacd@jeffnet.org.
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