Now that winter is on its way, you probably are worried about the dwindling number of outdoor activities happening in the Pacific Northwest. Sure, there’s still hunting and fall hiking, but there doesn’t seem to be a lot of organized outdoor events left in the year. Never fear – we’ve compiled the best outdoor-RELATED activities for the month of November. These goings-on may not take you into the great outdoors, but they are a great chance to mingle with some like-minded people and prepare for next year’s activities. Enjoy!
Presented by the Northwest flyfishers, this seminar will include demonstrations, discussions and hands-on fly-tying fun. If you are a fishing enthusiast you won’t want to miss it!
When: Nov. 6, 9 AM – 4 PM
Where: Glen Otto Park, Sam Cox Building, 1106 E. Historic Columbia River Highway, Troutdale
Contact: Don Kozacek at 503-539-8894 or nwflyfishers.org.
Trout Unlimited, Tualatin Valley Chapter
This meeting of the Tualatin Chapter of Trout Unlimited is featuring special guest speaker Jerry Lorang, chapter director and head of the Project Healing Waters efforts in Oregon. Again, this even is a must-do for any fishing enthusiast.
When: Nov. 8, 7 PM
Where: Lucky Labrador Public House, 7675 S.W. Capitol Highway, Portland
For all you huntingenthusiasts out there, you won’t want to miss this major waterfowlers event. Featuring seminars and vendors, this night is sure to be a hit with waterfowlers of all ages.
When: Nov. 16, 4 PM
Where: Hillsboro Trap and Skeet Club, 33295 N.W. Wren Road, Hillsboro.