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Saltwater Fly Fishing

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!

Fly Fishing Pacific North West Jetties

Jetty Fly Fishing in the Pacific Northwest

When most fly fishermen think of the Pacific Northwest, it conjures up imagery of winter steelhead in pouring rain or coastal cutthroat on a rocky beach. There is, however, another vibrant fishery hidden in plain sight on the fringes of the region. At the openings of many harbors in the Pacific Northwest are artificial jetties and each of these structures offers access to a unique and underrated opportunity in fly fishing. These jetties are home to different types of pacific bottomfish such as lingcod, greenling, and countless species of rockfish. Most fishermen associate these species with offshore fishing using heavy conventional gear, but they visit the shallow, nearshore zones more often than many anglers realize and are very willing to take a properly presented fly.

Fly Fishing Corbina - Best Flies

So when it comes to fly fishing for Corbina, considering they can be worse than permit at times, the fly selection can be crucial in success in fooling the SoCal Bonefish know as the “ bean” or Corbina. 

San-Diego-Surf-Fishing

Having the right fly to present can mean the difference between getting a take or a major refusal. The majority of the time chasing these fish up and down the surf we are fishing them in very shallow water, therefore they get a very good look at our fly. Playing this sight fishing game can be rewarding but also can be  down right frustrating if your fly isn’t to there liking. Presentation is a very important factor in success as well as the saltwater fly pattern you choose to throw at them. These saltwater fish are very keyed into the food source and are not easily fooled by patterns that don’t represent it well.

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