Gary Lewis / For The Bulletin Kristy Titus demonstrates the bow-and-arrow cast, a presentation that can pay off when the trout feed close to the bank.
Album ID: 1937891
Black bear, in the way of silence
Gary Lewis / For The Bulletin Ready for an afternoon hunt. Tyler Bryson (left), John Bryson and Brad Bryson (right) are members of the Quinault Nation. They guide for bear in the spring and fall and guide steelhead and salmon fishermen on the Quinault River.
Album ID: 1930465
For spring steelhead, go early and often
Gary Lewis / For The Bulletin Mia Sheppard, of Maupin, fished the west side of the mountain last week, to do battle with a steelhead on her Spey rod.
Album ID: 1927631
Local lakes to open for fishing Saturday
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Claire Limbeck, 84, of La Pine, sits along the bank of North Twin Lake and waits for a bite while trout fishing Thursday afternoon. The remainder of high Cascade lakes open for fishing on Saturday.
Album ID: 1927630
Fly-tying corner: Psycho Prince
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Psycho Prince, courtesy Fly & Field Outfitters.
Album ID: 1924904
A dog learns best from her elders
Gary Lewis / For The Bulletin Three tired dogs -- Beau, a French Brittany, Duchess, a German shorthair and Liesl, a pudelpointer -- at the end of a morning hunt near Summer Lake.
Album ID: 1922460
A revolutionary gun charmed America
Merrilee Lewis / For The Bulletin At a shooting range in Emmett, Idaho, Gary Lewis inspects a well-used replica Brown Bess British Land Pattern musket before firing it. This gun was of the type used by both sides in the Revolutionary War.
Album ID: 1917778
Fly-tying corner: Olive Baetis
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Olive Baetis, tied by Quintin McCoy.
Album ID: 1917783
Warmer weather sends Central Oregonians outside
Meg Roussos / The Bulletin Allie Hively, 29, of Bend, paddles into shore at Riverbend Park in Bend on Saturday.