Source One Serenity in German Tagesspiegel

It is really wonderful to see the Umpqua National Forest front and center in a Berlin travel magazine with a circulation of 115,902. Here is the translation: Into the wood In the northwest of the USA there are dense wilderness and a lot of eccentrics. The perfect habitat for encounters with Bigfoot Joe Beelart is […]

“Catch and Release”: Never a Dull Moment with the Moores

Rusty spent a night at Frank and Jeannie’s place before meeting with Bjoern, a German journalist hiking and documenting the North Umpqua Trail: “When I arrive it’s always quiet. Usually I walk over and say hello to Frank’s pets in the casting pond. Then a quick look for hazardous trees. Frank and Jeannie arrive and […]

Press Release: Our First Fly Fishing School

“I hear the call of the River and Lake this morning, Although I cannot answer it. A peacefulness is upon me, Knowing the serenity of time well spent In a place which cleanses the heart and soul.” On the first morning after coming home from a seven-day fly fishing school with four other veterans, a disabled […]

It’s Not Always About The Fish, Right?

For the first time we had a camping to the North Umpqua River for the veterans who brought their children. It was special. We got to help ODFW to move some really huge breeder fish at Rock Creek Hatchery. One fish was almost too much to handle. Otherwise hiking, fly-fishing, visiting Frank and Jeannie Moore and […]

Umpqua Jazz & Fly-fishing Experience

Roseburg, Oregon, June 4 – Source One Serenity had a successful first event Umpqua Jazz and Fly-fishing Experience sponsored by Elk Island Trading Group, Lone Rock Timber Company, and Roto-Rooter under the Washington and Oak Ave Bridges in the heart of Roseburg.   This event has definitely fulfilled its purpose to reach out to our […]