Dennis Clay, Matt Liere, and Dennis Dauble “manned” a NOWA booth at Riverfest 2019 in Kennewick’s Columbia Park on Saturday, September 7.
Over 5,000 people attended the day long event.
Several potential supporting members, in addition to people interested in writing and photography as a vocation, were provided information on NOWA activities.
I finally got the brace for my broken neck off a week ago. I want to thank all those at the conference who helped me enjoy the event. It is great to be part of the NOWA family and feel the care that is shared. Looking forward to seeing all of you again in The Dalles next year.
Spring is on the way and NOWA members are outside making things happen. Here’s a taste of their adventures:
Jerry Smalley got his first Permit on the fly at Casa Blanca Lodge in Yucatan, Mexico. Congratulations Jerry!
Dennis Dauble braved the cold and did some Steelhead fly fishing on the Walla Walla River and yellow perch fishing at Scootenay Reservoir by Othello, Washington.
Troy Rodakowski successfully chased Steelhead and Surfperch in Oregon.
Dave Kilhefner fished the Crooked and Deschutes River’s in Central Oregon, enjoying good fishing and good food with his fly fishing club, the Clackamas Fly Fishers.
February is a busy and productive month for many NOWA members. Here’s a taste of their adventures:
Dave Vedder traveled to Mexico for an extended stay to enjoy good weather, good food and good fishing!
Troy Rodakowki crossed the Pacific Ocean for his “regular job” and showed us how mixing business and pleasure is done!
John Kruse has been very active on the Sportsman Show circuit and as you can see, he really packs in the crowds!
Dave Kilhefner braved the cold to catch this “snowstorm steelhead” on Oregon’s Sandy River.