Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin BHP, tied by Quintin McCoy.
Album ID: 1882587
Rescuing a double-barreled damsel in distress
Gary Lewis / For The Bulletin This old shotgun was found, broken, in a pawn shop. After a careful restoration, the 1930s era smoothbore has served for two more decades hunting waterfowl, chukar and pheasant.
Album ID: 1878643
Fly-tying: Arthofer Nymph
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Arthofer Nymph, tied by Quintin McCoy.
Album ID: 1878647
Death and the matrix in a Nez Perce hatchery
Gary Lewis / For The Bulletin This big fall Chinook male gets a reprieve and will be spawned next week at the tribal hatchery on the Nez Perce Reservation.
Album ID: 1871754
Pups and partridges on the Calapooia prairie
Gary Lewis / For The Bulletin Liesl, a pudelpointer, and Mack Jenks, of Eagle Crest, admire a rooster that both the pup and the hunter earned on a wet day afield near Crawfordsville, in the Willamette Valley.
Album ID: 1869013
Notes from Central Oregon?s elk country
Gary Lewis / For The Bulletin An elk in pine forest.
Album ID: 1866156
Beads, bears and battling with trout
Gary Lewis / For The Bulletin In a lot of Western rivers, trout and char, such as this Russian River Dolly Varden, make a living on salmon spawn in September, October and November. Don Lewis caught this Dolly on a bead presentation.
Album ID: 1863258
Mark Morical / The Bulletin Fishing guide John Garrison battles a rainbow trout to the boat on Crane Prairie Reservoir last week.
Album ID: 1854899
Fighting through a salmon slump
Gary Lewis / For The Bulletin A Columbia River chinook taken at the mouth of the Klickitat last week.
Album ID: 1848955
Prime time for steelhead on the Deschutes
Mark Morical / The Bulletin A fisherman casts for trout on the Middle Deschutes near Tumalo State Park, north of Bend.