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Fishing Reports

Best Dry Flies

BEST DRY FLIES 

Fly-Fishing-Dry-Flies

   There are millions of different dry flies that exist today.  They are designed to mimic insects like mayflies, caddisflies, stoneflies and terrestrials.  Dry flies can be tied from natural materials such as deer hair and hackle feathers, to synthetic materials like foam and rubber legs.  No matter which one you choose to fish with, it has to do two things.  Float, and be durable.

Alaska Trout Camp

Alaska-Trout-Fly-Fishing

Their fishing program is built around targeting the biggest native Rainbow Trout in the world. During the months of September and October, these massive non-anadromous Rainbows move from the lake and into the river to gorge themselves on salmon eggs, flesh, and leeches. They run from September 1st to November 1st  because this is the prime time to catch these monster ‘bows by way of the fly.

Top 10 Best Carp Flies

Top-10-Carp-Flies

Carp fly fishing has been slow growing in popularity for the last two decades but just in the last few years, carp fishing has exploded. You can sight fish for 1 to 30-pound fish in water just a few miles away from your house. What’s not to love about fly fishing for carp. Well, they can drive you nuts with how spooky they are or how picky they can be with what they eat. Hopefully my Top 10 Carp Flies will help you out on one of these fronts……

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