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Fly Fishing Patterns

Fly Fishing for Redtail Surfperch

Redtail Surfperch may not get much credit as a premier saltwater species, but they certainly make a worthy and enjoyable adversary for flyfishermen in the Pacific Northwest. Redtails are present in the surf zone from central California to Vancouver Island, feeding on a variety of invertebrates and small fish that make them ideal targets for fly anglers looking for a change of pace compared to many of the region’s more well known species. 

 

 

Balanced Leeches for Bass

Balanced Leech For Bass

Bobbers for Bass

STRIKE INDICATORS! Now that sounds way more hard core than a bobber. Not sure what it is but there is something about saying strike indicators that makes using a bobber with a fly rod sound more appealing. But whatever you feel like calling it if you've got a few monster indibobbers sitting in your fishing bag you're on your way to the style of fishing that I commonly refer to as 0-60mph fishing. One second you’re bored watching your bobicator and the next you’re trying to figure out why your hands are burning and your line is plunging out of sight into the depths below. Indicator or Balanced Leech fishing for Bass of all types is a really fun way to get out on the water near you be it the bays or local lakes it should provide some fun fights and memories. Now this is a good ol down and dirty fishing blog explaining some basics.… LETS GO!

Pyramid Lake Fly Fishing

Pyramid-Lake-Fly-Fishing

So… 2020… after all we as humans have been through this year here comes a big flash of excitement and energy. Pyramid Lake Nevada is opening to fishing on November 2nd. Normally this place opens its season on October 1st with enormous cutthroat trout chasing down huge bait balls of Chub mimicking days out on the ocean chasing boiling yellowtail or bonito. Better late than never so here we go. 

 

Best Grasshopper Patterns

Best-Grasshopper-Paterns for trout

Warm windy afternoons with the clicking sounds of Grasshoppers flying through the summer breeze will get any fly anglers heart racing. But what hopper pattern should you choose? That’s always the delema when I hit up a river. What size do I use? What color? Foam or not to foam? Those are the real questions. In this blog I will go through my favorite Grasshopper patterns and when/why I fish them.

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