FISHING - CONSERVATION - EDUCATION
SUNRIVER ANGLERS is proud to present
Master Angler/Fly Tyer/Photographer/Speaker
"Fly Fishing Hosmer Lake"
Thursday, July 18th
7:00pm - 8:30
at the Sunriver Homeowners Aquatic Recreation Center (SHARC)
Phil Fischer is an avid fly fisherman who was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area but in 2010 relocated to the Sunriver Oregon area so he could be “closer to the fantastic fly fishing opportunities in Central Oregon”. Much of Phil’s time is now spent fishing the Cascade Lakes including Crane Prairie, East Lake, Wickiup, Hosmer and others. With fifty years of fly fishing and fly tying knowledge, there is much to glean from Phil’s experiences and presentation. In those fifty years, Phil has fly fished extensively throughout the Western United States as well as numerous international destinations. He was tutored by Andre Puyans and taught fly tying classes at Creative Sports in Pleasant Hills for a number of years. He is the proud owner of Phil’s Custom Trout Flies and has numerous customers throughout the U.S. Many of these customers rely on Phil’s many years of experience to help solve fly fishing challenges that arise on their own home waters.
Hosmer Lake, a natural body of water almost 5,000 feet above sea level in the central Cascade Range, offers breathtaking views of Mt. Bachelor, South Sisters, and Broken Top. Because of the shallowness and clarity of the water, many fish can be seen but not many can be captured.
Phil’s presentation, Fly Fishing Hosmer Lake, will be augmented by numerous photographs that will help solidify the topic being covered. In addition to the photo journey, Phil will discuss where to fish in Hosmer, what gear is the best for fishing Hosmer and what are the best tactics for fishing Hosmer. Phil will also discuss the hatches that are unique to Hosmer and the best fly selection to use while you are at Hosmer. Are you after the rainbows, the cutthroat or the trophy brook trout in Hosmer? Don't miss this presentation by Phil Fischer to learn the what, when, where, why and how of fishing Hosmer Lake.