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ONE LUCKY ANGLER WILL SPEND A WEEK ON THE BABINE FOR JUST $100! British Columbia’s Babine River is the hallowed homewaters of some of the largest wild steelhead swimming on the planet. At the Babine Steelhead Lodge, their goal is … Continue reading →
Despite the continued high water both the McKenzie and Willamette Rivers are fishing very well. Hatches have really improved and a great variety of flies and tactics are taking fish. Each time I speak with a fellow angler I hear … Continue reading →
It's a big price tag and a bigger change in fishing processes to move from wading to an angling kayak. Advice for the adventurous fly fisherman intent on the expenditure ..
You may have asked yourself why you would pay more for tungsten or brass fishing weights and jig heads, over traditional lead. I’ll try and summarise the benefits… Both Tungsten and Brass are denser, harder materials compared to relatively soft, lead. This attribute offers the lure angler some serious benefits that are worth considering. – […]
WDFW: Salmon fishing to close April 9 in MA 5 (Sekiu and Pillar Point) following high angler success
OLYMPIA: Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) fishery managers today announced a salmon fishing closure in Marine Area 5 (Sekiu and Pillar Point) to support conservation objectives. The closure goes into effect April 9. Current catch totals in Marine Area 5 have likely exceeded pre-season Fishery Regulation Assessment Model (FRAM) projected catch. High effort […]
Salmon fishing will re-open Feb. 24 in central Puget Sound on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays only OLYMPIA: Fishing for salmon will re-open Feb. 24 through March 31 in the Seattle/Bremerton area (Marine Area 10) and will be allowed on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays only with a retention limit of one salmon per angler. “We are […]
North Umpqua Coalition asks ODFW to reduce harm to imperiled Summer Steelhead Populations North Umpqua River, Idleyld Park, Oregon – On January 31, 2022 the North Umpqua Coalition, consisting of The Conservation Angler, Native Fish Society, The Steamboaters, The North … Continue reading →
No greater gift for a new angler or one who wishes to have a refresh on fly angling or casting than signing up for a Intro to Fly Fishing Class! We have been introducing anglers to basic casting skills for … Continue reading →
It’s that time of the year already and Caddis Fly has got you covered. Check out the video above and the list below for some ideas on gifts for the fly angler in your life! Our Top Fly Fishing Gifts … Continue reading →
From Native Fish Society During the September Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission meeting, the North Umpqua Coalition: Native Fish Society, Trout Unlimited, Steamboaters, The North Umpqua Foundation, Conservation Angler, and Umpqua Watersheds, expressed their advocacy for a pause of the … Continue reading →