Fly Fishers Rise to Challenge of Cleaning Out Oregon's Davis Lake

Inspired to action by the likelihood that hardware slingers might be recruited to cull trout-hungry bass, local fly fishing clubs have risen to the challenge of removing hundreds of the predators from Davis Lake themselves. “Somebody dumped bass into the natural, fly-fishing only lake in the Deschutes National Forest in south/Central Oregon in the mid-1990s, and the fish have put a dent in the trout ever since, including munching on federally protected bull trout.” Henry Miller in the Oregon Statesman Journal.

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