Monday, June 25, 2012

The Trout Fishing Rocks!!!

Well if you are in the mood to catch trout the central Oregon river are producing well. The Deschutes is in the middle of the best part of the Caddis, Yellow Sallies, and PED. I dont think you can beat the dry fly action on the Deschutes.
Caddis rules the summer months!!

The Green Drakes are also hatching on the Mettolius. And with the odd weather we have been having have only made the the Hatches better and more prolific.
Never forget your emergers.

The Crooked is also fishing well still nymphing is the primary tactic. But dont think you wont get a chance to fish dries. Good evening caddis as well as midges and PMD hatches will all be present. If you are in the right water type you will see the bugs and maybe some fish.
The bent rod, my favorite kind!

So on your way over to one of these kick butt fishing destonations swing on in the shop, we will show what flies are fishing well and how to rig them for on river sucsess.

Monday, June 4, 2012

Sometimes the right dropper can be the difference!!

Interesting colors can provide success.
We the Big bugs are out on the Deschutes and so are the people... The best way to handle the pressure is with the best strategy. The Fisherman with the best plan and the most ammo typically do the best. A good variety of large stone fly dries and a great selection of droppers is a wonderful way to fish amongst your fellow man.

The other point that seems to make a huge difference this time of year is the size tippet you are willing to use. The finer you go the more fish will be eating your fly! Hands Down!! Here is my disclaimer, if you start dropping tippet size you wont land as many fish, you will hook a lot more. That's the give and take of the fishing right now.