Well it is that time of the year! Summer Steelhead time! Long days and floating lines making this a wonderful time to fish for steelhead. As for peoples expectations of what steelhead fishing is that's a different story. I think and from what I have heard this season already people are just not satisfied with working hard for that 1 nice fish a day. Why?? I don't know Not every season can be a banner one. Not every day can you expect double digit days. Sorry to burst some peoples bubbles. For those of us that work hard and make the sometimes required 1000 casts. Above are pictures of some of the nose to the casting grind stone types. Enjoy!!!
Well we have recently had 2 openings in the up Al Buhr PHD school. This class is a great opportunity to learn for one of the best casters and instructors in the states. During your week you will learn more about practical fishing casts and tactics and line construction then you could hope for. Along with Al Buhrs low key, easy going personality. The week will surely be one to remember.
Marcy is going to have her last women's class of the season. There is one opening left in that class. So if you are interested or if you are thinking your wife or significant other might be interested let us know. Feel free to call 1-800-266-3971 or shoot us and email firstname.lastname@example.org
I know we have read Mark's news letter on the Sage "ONE". The super cheesy line, " This is not Madison Ave. hype. This is fact." As well as he said that, LOL. He is right. The New Sage ONE is easily the finest Sage rod that I have cast in years. Light, crisp, and looks great. This rod is casts well at 12 feet and just 65 feet. The nature of the rods feel is second to none. A new smaller lighter grip, this totally keeps you gripping the rod to hard and trying to over power it.
The Sage "ONE" is not due out by the end of this month for all sizes and line weights. You can check out the video in the web site //www.flyfishusa.com/newsletter/current/. If you are a Sage fan and in the market for the nicest rod you can cast and fish look no further.