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Join us at Armitage Park on April 28th from 10-2pm for a Trout Spey tutorial. We will have spey guru’s George Cook and Eric Neufeld on hand to discuss and demonstrate in-depth, the what, why and how of fishing for … Continue reading
The 2018 Introduction to Fly Fishing Class schedule has been set. Our classes are designed for individuals who wish to learn the basics of fly fishing. Inspired by the original casting classes held by Les Eichorn, Bob Guard and Mel … Continue reading
Check out some great basic tips in this new video from Rio Fly Lines. S2 E1. How to Make an Overhead Cast from RIO Products on Vimeo.
Fishing conditions have been less than ideal this winter and early spring. Water levels, road conditions, fish numbers.. you name it, it really hasn’t been in the anglers favor the past few months. Spring will come around, and instead of … Continue reading
Need a last minute stocking stuffer? Come by the Caddis Fly Angling Shop and snag the Finnegan’s Fly Tool! It’s 7 fly fishing tools in one compact, cool tool that hangs right on your vest for easy access. Featuring … Continue reading
As we move into days that are shorter, nights longer and cooler, we have had our first rainfall of the late summer season. The graph above shows the change, one that seems very slight, but to the fish it is … Continue reading
Not to jump the gun on Fall….. but I am a bit tired of this heat and ready for some cooler temps, shadows on the water, and even that wet stuff that falls from the sky. Here are a list … Continue reading
Check out our new section of sale flies online here: SALE FLIES Here are a few, many more are available at the link above.
We are extending our spring half day special trout trips through April. Fishing lately has been very good, with consistent nymphing throughout the day and intermittent dry fly activity. The recent moderate amounts of precipitation have kept the river at … Continue reading