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We arrived in Haast, Gateway to New Zealand’s West Coast, late in the afternoon hoping to check out a new beat (new for us) on one of the numerous streams nearby. The weather was beautiful and had been for a … Continue reading
A couple of years back my wife and I began planning my 40th birthday party. The plan was to have the party in New Zealand, one of my very favorite fishing destinations. We’d do a week of beaching, sightseeing, and … Continue reading
Today, as I was going about my office routine, our warehouse manager brought a new arrival to the front desk. I pondered the cover for a moment, fully prepared to be underwhelmed. Another fly tying book, cleverly titled Flytying. Brilliant! … Continue reading
New Zealand has had it’s worst stint of post Christmas weather in 30 years. Wouldn’t you know it’s the year we decided to organize a group to Cedar Lodge to heli-fish some of the most beautiful trout rivers in the … Continue reading
Lou took Kirk, of the Technical Men’s Conference (old dogs who have fished together for decades) down the Lower Mckenzie on Ground Hog Day. The river had dropped to a decent level, the sun was out, and a cool breeze … Continue reading
Share Your Passion! Bring A Friend! 2011 Northwest Fly Tyer and Expo The 2011 Northwest Fly Tyer and Fly Fishing Expo is set for March 11, and 12 at the Linn County Fairground and Expo Center in Albany, Oregon. The … Continue reading
Chad Wilson of Steelhead Stalkers stopped by the other morning and agreed to do a fly tying video using his company’s UV Yarn. Steelhead Stalkers UV Yarn can be utilized in many fly patterns, but it is commonly used for … Continue reading
With the big game coming this Monday I couldn’t resist showing off some of the New Nautilus FWX Fly Reels we recently purchased. I know the Ducks have a ton of uniforms so we will harken back to the days … Continue reading
Yes, it’s here, and it’s worth the wait. This DVD is a total game changer, no matter your skill level, and speaks particularly well to Eugene-area steelheaders, as Scott offers techniques for effectively swinging “ledge” water. We’ve got Skagit Master … Continue reading
Since the blog is located in Track Town USA, it is only fitting we begin the winter steelhead season with the sound of the starter’s gun. With the recent rains and a projected soaker (inches of rain!) for this Saturday, … Continue reading
After reviewing Lower Mckenzie river levels before the last rain/snow storm it appeared the river was continuing to drop to a decent fishing level. The only bad deal, the water and air temperature were dropping as fast!
With major storms coming and the prospects of major rain, Lou and a member of the Technical Mens Council, (old dogs who have fished together for decades) Kirk, headed out for the lower Mckenzie this past week. The action was … Continue reading
What a fall it is this year. Steelhead still biting well in the Willamette valley, Louver crushing big trout on the Mac, and salmon fishing in full swing on the coast.
It was a very special day for Lou. The Giants were having a parade, the sun was out, the Lower Mckenzie was in full fall colors, and oh, the redsides were on the bite!
The Technical Men’s Council (old guys who have fished together for decades) gathered together to greet a spectacular Eastern Oregon Indian Summer last week. The steelhead fishing was not pectacular but the mighty “D” gave up some awesome trout fishing … Continue reading