Jeff Perin updates the very latest in European or Euro nymphing techniques and equipment in the followup to his 2015 series of posts on the technique.
Even though it is still mid-winter, we are moving towards spring, and for most of us we are thankful the Holidays have passed!
We have SIX great weeks of fishing ahead of us so don’t miss out before the winter weather sets in.
If you’ve ever wondered about mayflies on the Metolius, this is a rundown on the species and flies we recommend to match the complexities of spring creek fishing.
Grab an amazing deal on a guide trip in the coming weeks to keep our staff working through these darn fires.
I am lucky to spend most days on a pretty Oregon lake where I get to really study what happens in the ecosystems trout thrive in, and what tackle works best.
On these hot summer days it is nice to stay out of your waders and go "wet". Perhaps nothing is more refreshing than hoping in the river in your wading boots while wearing shorts. In fact, it is not only refreshing, it is maybe even safer to keep you from overheating in some places where … Continue reading Stay Cool my friend, fishing is great this summer.
Tenkara demo and book signing Tonight July 20th at the Fly Fisher's Place Daniel W. Galhardo of Tenkara USA will join us from 4–7PM to sign his new book which will be available and give a short presentation on tips and tricks for Tenkara angling. We invite you to join us for this FREE event. … Continue reading Tenkara and Native Fish Society Roundup
A person came in to the shop a few days ago looked all around and sincerely asked if “all of this is kind of a waste of money”, and my employee Ron said “it depends on how you look at it — all of this is an investment in happiness”. I agree. At the Fly … Continue reading Top Six Guide Trips Summer 2017
If you are a dry fly enthusiast you know how challenging it can be to get your fly floating, or especially to keep floating. We have your solution!