Recent Posts


Winter Steelhead McKenzie boat cleaning stations Mako Shark Dolly Vardon Chum Salmon Atlantic Salmon Bill Bakke Salmon Fly Bill Black Olympic National Park Nevada Southern Coast Trout Spey Sea lions tippet rings Winston Fly Rods ODFW Sea-runs Christmas Stefan Tritscher Trout Unlimited Nehalem River Tarpon Casting for Recovery Hardy Reel Corey Koff Sage Fly Rods Redband Trout Douglas County Deschutes River Bryan Huskey Water Time Outfitters Little Creek Outfitters Prineville Frank Moore Sage Simms flies Fly Fishing Collaborative Black Spot Scientific Anglers Roamerica Seychelles Boston Whaler Outdoor Adventure Day West Slope Cutthroat A River Between Us Oregon Back Roads pay it forward Todd Moen Clackamas Green Drakes Alaska Invasives Trask Deschutes River Alliance Coat Drive #keepemwet Black Friday small creeks Fall River Jay Nicholas fly fishing North Coast: Rio Products Rainbow Trout Poachers Bull Trout Salmon Watch Road Trip Jason Atkinson Kenny 5 Legs Sharks vintage news Extinction Cookie Lady Fly Fishing Film Tour history Redfish Columbia River Dale La Follette Sr. Willamette Falls Brown Trout Permit Salmonflies SA Willamette Port Orford Travalley Salmonfly hatch Dry Fly John Day River Steamboat Inn invasive species Metolius Adventure Parasite Wild Steelhead Coalition Oregon Trout Bum A River for Christmas Rio Carp Northern California Morrish's Fluttering Stone Kispiox Bulkley Streamers Lincoln Motor Company Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Abel Reels Atlantic Salmon Fly Expo hatcheries Bozeman Simon Gawesworth Florida Keys March Browns Goldenstones Warm Water Native Trout Steelhead G3 Waders Guided Fishing Sea-run Cutthroat Project Healing Waters PGE Pyramid Lake McKenzie River Catch Magazine Wader Maker Contest Kickstarter Redside Rainbow Twin Bridges Klamath River Soft Hackles Pacific ocean Elk & Sixes Native Fish Society Kate Koff Sweden Bamboo Big Trout hot water Smithers Steelhead Sanctuary Mountain Goats Deschutes National Forest Jurassic Lake Dean Finnerty Cuba Bonefish Press Release How to Soul River Eric Neufeld Puget Sound Sea Trout British Columbia Argentina Salmon habitat Salmon Bamboo Rods frying pan river Clackamas River Big Bugs Oregon Senator Ron Wyden Lahontan Cutthroat Spring Chinook Lost and Found Christmas Trees Spey Fishing Tips Elk River Montana Willamette River The Creel Brian O'Keefe Frank Amato John Day Caddis Small Streams Mending native fish North Umpqua CFR Craig Montana Wild fish Bears Bruce Buckmaster Summer Steelhead Bass Vets Coho Grand Teton Cutthroat Trout Yellowstone Kamchatka Fly Tying Trout Winter Spey Strategies Salmon-Trout Klamath Dams Bauer Fly Reels Mexico F3T Instagram Coho Salmon Snow Home Waters for the Holidays Oregon Trout Trail Rogue River Senator Jeff Merkley Chinook Salmon Renzetti Colorado BC Winston Crooked River roll cast Williamson River Mousing Fishing License Trout-a-Thon Klamath State of Jefferson Tenkara Spey-O-Rama Rob Crandall Trout Bum Road Trip Metolius River Echo Kenny Morrish Whitefish FarBank Nautilus Reels Klamath Lake Blast from the Past Sandy River Maupin Kevin Callaway on-line fly shop Skaters Owyhee River Fly Reels PMDs saltwater "Clipped" Tying Contest Trailer Trash Thursday Green River Film Contest Steamboat Creek Patagonia Legos Pelton Dam Brian Silvey Conway Bowman Travally Marty Sheppard Rio Fly Lines Costa Mia Sheppard Keepemwet Fishing photography Ochoco Creek Deschutes New Zealand Fishing Report LaFollette homestead Fly Fishers Club of Oregon Spirit River


Camp Water

Camp water is close to home. Here you will find information on stuff happening here in the shop and on our local waters. You'll also find our weekly newsletter feature, Trailer Trash Thursday, a fun collection of fly fishing videos, perfect for a midweek distraction. If you don't get the newsletter, be sure to sign up today!

ODFW Pulls Controversial Proposals

Joel La Follette - Thursday, September 03, 2015
The power of the written word shined this week as public opinion on a few of the controversial proposed changes to regulations overwhelmed ODFW with angler input. Both the Deschutes and Metolius won victories of sorts by maintaining the regulations that have helped improve angling on both of these rivers. While some fought to make the Deschutes a catch and release fishery for wild fish, maintaining the current status is at least not a step backward. 

View the revised proposals here.

There is still time to let ODFW know how important our wild fish populations are by letting your voice be heard. Take a minute and request that in future management decisions ODFW continue to focus on protecting and enhancing our wild fish populations. Copy this note and then click the email link to send it. Be sure to voice your personal concerns and sign it.

Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
4034 Fairview Industrial Drive SE
Salem, OR 97302

September 3rd, 2015

Dear ODFW Directors and Commissioners,

In the past ODFW has developed strategies to successfully manage the wild trout populations on the Deschutes, Metolius Rivers and other rivers. When earlier proposed rule changes threaten to undo the progress that has been made anglers spoke up and you listened by pulling those proposals.

I encourage ODFW to continue to prioritize the protection of wild fish on all Oregon rivers. These fish are our future.

Joel La Follette
Royal Treatment Fly Fishing
West Linn, OR

Post has no comments.
Post a Comment

Captcha Image

Trackback Link
Post has no trackbacks.

Contact Us

21570 Willamette Drive West Linn, OR 97068

2014 Royal Treatment Fly Fishing
Privacy | Legal