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A two fly nymph rig can often be productive. But there are situations, writes Domenick Swentosky, when one fly is best. “Two nymphs often land in two different seams. The upper fly might land in a fast lane and the … more →
The nights are finally freezing and with the freeze comes the change in bugs. The river is still low from lack of precipitation, but as the ditches close and the pivots are turned off, we are looking for the river to take a slight bump in the next week. The big browns have been elusive..... Read MoreThe post Fall fishing is underway: Streamers, Nymphs, October Caddis…and Kittens appeared first on GREAT DIVIDE OUTFITTERS.
In this video, Tim goes over some Stone Fly patterns to consider for the upcoming Salmonfly & Stonefly Hatch on the Deschutes River and other local waters with Stonefly hatches as well. Enjoy! Nymphs Tungsten Trout Retriever (Black Lab) #6 … Continue reading →
Jennifer Kelley, an experienced environmental policy facilitator and natural resources adviser will join Fly Life Magazine as Conservation Editor in May of 2018. She will manage all aspects of the magazine’s conservation voice. Nymphs take a beating not only from … more →
Welcome to 2018, April. Arriving with you are cloudy, mild days and mayflies fluttering angelically around this desert oasis. Below the water’s surface, vulnerable stonefly nymphs tumble down turbulent riffles, and drift across vibrant weed beds where hungry trout enthusiastically … Continue reading →
With trout fishing starting to kick back into gear we wanted to put together a quick video showing some of the flies that are working well on the Mckenzie and Willamette right now. Nymphs Mega Prince #6 #8 and #10 … Continue reading →
“The best tip for fishing current is to consistently present a team of nymphs low and slow near the riverbed,” writes Lance Egan. And while that sounds simple, the execution is far from easy. In this article on Fly Fisherman, … more →
The “big rig” technique involves two nymphs and one streamer. “The Big Rig covers all three sizes of flies: small, medium and large,” explains Domenick Swentosky, and can help improve your technique and up your odds of success son the … more →
Wading anglers will be pleased about yesterdays significant water level reduction out of Hills Creek Dam. Fishing was good all day subsurface with Jigged Mega Prince nymphs. We caught a few fish on Golden Stone adults as well. Small brown … Continue reading →
The Last Walt’s is a fly that can imitate just about anything, from a caddis larva, to scuds, sow bugs, cranefly larvae, even mayfly nymphs. “When the fly gets wet,” says tier Tim Flagler, “the bright thread wraps become even more …