Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Late fall is the best time for Terrestrials

Well even in our lovely state there is some great top water terrestrial fishing. From ants to Beatles to hoppers. from so of the small cascade streams and creeks to the Owyhee in far eastern Oregon. You can find fish looking for these types of bugs.

A Stunning Brown Caught on a hopper imitation.
Before the weather gets to cold and the probability of fishing nymphs becomes more prolific. The opportunity remains during the up and coming Indian summer. The types of takes you can receive fishing with these tactics are amazing. With the bonus if your fishing Beatles or hoppers you can still fish your favorite dropper. The large foam patterns are also easy to see for even the older folks. You don't have to wait for the Salmon fly hatch.

The Mohawk Hopper one of the best hopper Patterns.
Call for some ideas on where you might be able to fish some of the funnest trout flies to fish. 503-622-4607. 

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