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From Umpqua Feather Merchants Three great videos by Euro Nymph Guru Devin Olsen. Euro Nymph Fly Box On the water Euro Nymph Strategies
From Oregon Wild Wild rivers and wild fish. Is there anything better? Join Oregon Wild & the Native Fish Society next Wednesday for a discussion on flyfishing Oregon’s Wild & Scenic Rivers and the role protected rivers play in maintaining … Continue reading
Our friend Matt Callies from Loon Outdoors gives an overview on Euro Nymphing tactics, rigs and accessories needed.
When: April 9th 9am-12 Where: Armitage Park Cost: $0 Limited Space: Call to reserve your spot 541 505 8061 James Millard from Olympic Peninsula Skagit Tactics or OPST as they are known will describe and demonstrate how OPST lines fit … Continue reading
To follow up on the rod/line match post shared earlier the following describes design and usage of RIO Spey Lines. I will have one more post from George and Erik regarding all things sink tips. Skagit/ology 4.0 “Generation 4 has … Continue reading
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. Current water conditions and … Continue reading