Author Archives: Oregon Fly Fishing Blog

Patagonia Worn Wear Tour Coming to the Caddis Fly Angling Shop April 17, 2019

The Patagonia Worn Wear Mobile Tour will be stopping by the Caddis Fly on April 17th. The Worn Wear Team will be available to repair any and all brands of gear from 10am to 4pm on April 17th, 2019. About … Continue reading

Posted in Fly Fishing Gear Review, Fly Fishing Profiles, Oregon Conservation News | Leave a comment

New Flies for Spring 2019

Spring is a great time too add to and organize your fly collection. We have a robust collection of spring and summer flies in stock to help out. Today’s post highlights some super cool new flies from Rainy’s Flies. New … Continue reading

Posted in Oregon Fly Fishing Tips, Proven Spring Fly Patterns, Shop Sales and Specials | Leave a comment

Barr’s Slumpbuster Variant Fly Tying Video

In this video, Tony Torrence ties a Slumpbuster Variant fly pattern. An awesome fly to try swinging for trout both in the Spring and fall. Give this fly a try next time your out on local waters. Thread: 8/0 Veevus … Continue reading

Posted in Fly Tying, Fly Tying Materials and Supplies, Uncategorized | Comments Off

RIO’s Latest How To Video’s February 2019

Posted in Classes and Instruction, Fly Fishing Gear Review, Oregon fly fishing links, Oregon Fly Fishing Tips, Oregon High Lakes | Leave a comment

Spring Guide Trip Special 2019

Each Spring we are reminded of how fortunate we are to have the Lower McKenzie and Willamette rivers within such close proximity to the Eugene area. When conditions align, there is potential for exceptional trout fishing. If you would like … Continue reading

Posted in Lower Willamette, McKenzie River, Middle Fork Willamette River fishing, Oregon Weekend Fishing Forecast | Leave a comment

Fly Fusion Cast Like a Pro Series: #3 Casting Loops

Fly Fusion Field Editor Jeff Wagner and fly-fishing icon Bruce Richards cover various topics in this informative 10 part fly-casting series that is packed full of cast-changing tips. In this Episode Jeff Wagner discusses fly casting loops and what causes … Continue reading

Posted in Classes and Instruction, Oregon Fly Fishing Tips | 1 Comment

SAGE Trout Schools – Summer 2019 Information

SCHOOL The Sage On The Water Trout School is the ultimate educational course to improve an angler’s trout fishing. The school combines on-site instruction and education with on-the-water guided fishing, for a holistic approach to learning and improving your fly … Continue reading

Posted in Fly Fishing Gear Review, Oregon Fly Fishing Clubs and Events | Leave a comment

Fly Fusion Cast Like a Pro Series: #2 Distance Casting

Fly Fusion Field Editor Jeff Wagner and fly-fishing icon Bruce Richards cover various topics in this informative fly-casting series that is packed full of cast-changing tips. In this Episode Jeff Wagner covers the fundamentals of distance fly casting. With these … Continue reading

Posted in Classes and Instruction | Leave a comment

Greg’s Perdigon Dart Fly Tying Video

In this video, Greg ties an easy attractor pattern for European nymphing called the Perdigon Dart. Designed to get the fishes attention, Greg ties these in blues, purples, and reds. He will usually fish this as a dropper fly on … Continue reading

Posted in Fly Tying, Fly Tying Materials and Supplies | Leave a comment

Wild Fish Need You to Comment on Huge BLM Timber Harvest Proposal in the Yamhill River Watershed

From: Native Fish Society Please join Yamhill River Steward, Andrew Chione, and Native Fish Society in participating in the public comment period for an Environmental Assessment released by the Marys Peak Office of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). If … Continue reading

Posted in Oregon Conservation News | Leave a comment

Rio’s How To Video Series January 2019

Quickly Attach A Fly from RIO Products on Vimeo. Double Spey Tips – "The Box" from RIO Products on Vimeo. Double Spey Tips – "The X axis" from RIO Products on Vimeo. Double Spey Tips – "The Bloody L" from … Continue reading

Posted in Fly Fishing Glossary, Oregon Fly Fishing Tips | Leave a comment

Rio’s How To Video Series Excerpt – How To Tie A Dropper Video

S3 E1 How To Tie a Dropper Video from RIO Products on Vimeo. In this episode of RIO’s “How To” series, RIO brand manager Simon Gawesworth runs through a number of reasons of why you would fish a dropper on … Continue reading

Posted in Oregon Fly Fishing Tips | Leave a comment

Greg’s Pheasant Tail Fly Tying Video

In this video, Greg ties a variation of the Pheasant Tail fly – a long-time classic amongst trout fisherman worldwide. Tied on a Gamakatsu J20 jig hook with a slotted tungsten bead gives this fly two advantages. 1) The hook … Continue reading

Posted in Fly Tying, Fly Tying Materials and Supplies, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Native Fish Society – BULKLEY BASECAMP FOR A BENJAMIN

You could spend a week steelhead fishing British Columbia’s Skeena River and its legendary tributaries for only $100! What is Bulkely Basecamp for a Benjamin? EPIC WATERS ANGLING is donating six days and six nights for 1 angler at their … Continue reading

Posted in Fly Fishing Contests, Oregon Conservation News | Leave a comment

Jay’s Steelhead Swing Jig Fly Tying Video

In this video, Jay Ties a Steelhead Swing Jig in Black and Blue. This is a great pattern to swing for Summer and Winter Steelhead. It can be tied using a variety of eyes and hook options. Jay’s Steelhead Swing … Continue reading

Posted in Fly Tying, Fly Tying Materials and Supplies | Leave a comment