Between working, taking care of our families, and getting some fishing in - we make sure to scrounge and scrap time to actively give back to our community.
Passivity isn't our thing. Some of us may passively write a check in support of a group or program that is actively engaged when our financials allow. But all of us are looking more towards actually being involved, helping with our hands and our time. That's our preferred method of support. It's the one we know we can afford and one that is always needed.
While I am not usually given to get on a rant (insert "sheesh" here) an article that came out through the Oregonian has gotten a lot of people a little burnt on our State Governement.
In Oregon you can drive around and look at the license plates and tell right away those of us who have a devotion... [ READ MORE... ]
Since the dams were put in place on the Deschutes River to create Crane Prairie and Wickiup Reservoirs, our beloved Deschutes River has been managed for the primary purpose of irrigation. In the years before these barriers were put in place the free flowing river allowed for healthy populations of... [ READ MORE... ]
March 17, 2014
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Bend Fly Fishing Festival Debut
Bend Casting Club to host a festival celebrating Fly Fishing on April 19, 2014
(BEND, Ore.)— The Bend Casting Club announced this... [ READ MORE... ]
I decided it was time to post regarding this incident that has given rise to more than a few opinions. In the past few months of winter, there has been a surge in articles written, stories told, phone calls, and meetings to discuss the issue that brought the stench of death to this stretch of water... [ READ MORE... ]