Posts tagged "rivers"
A Sweet Comeback...

A Sweet Comeback…

Yes I know… it’s been a while since I’ve written anything, but it’s time we get this thing ramping up again. I spent my summer splitting my time between working at a fly shop and giving all kinds of fish sore mouths and bad attitudes. There’s all kinds of new fish porn and newly found...
Waterton Canyon Fishing Report 3/22/13

Waterton Canyon Fishing Report 3/22/13

It’s that time of the year again…. The ice is melting, the grass is beginning to pop up again, and fish are out and feeding heavily. Waterton has been fishing very well these past few weeks and we only expect it to get better from here on out. Though the lower section is pretty much...

Waterton Canyon Fishing Report 9-12-2012

The canyon is starting to get exciting as some of our bigger browns come out from hiding for the spawn…. Hatches: Major Trico Hatches…. Fly Patterns: #14 Double Trico Spinner, #20 Simple Black Spinner, #18 Black 3$ Dip, #16 Tung BH Black Zebra Midge Flow: 63.7 CFS. Tips: Match the tricks in the morning….fish feed...
Waterton Canyon Fishing Report 8-2-2012

Waterton Canyon Fishing Report 8-2-2012

Rating: 8/10 Flow: 162.3 cfs Hatches: Tricos Fly Patterns: Drowned Trico Spinner #20, Black 3$ Dip #18, Black Zebra Midge #16-22, Pink Hotspot Frenchie #14-16 Overview: Small trico hatch throughout the morning hours and then really picking up in the evenings. Some fish slurping spinners on top but most activity in the shallow riffles and...
Memoir of a Brown Trout: A Fish Story From The Madison

Memoir of a Brown Trout: A Fish Story From The Madison

Fly fishing is my life. Ever since the first time I had a rod in my hand, I knew that this was my passion. Last summer, my grandpa invited me to tag along on a fishing trip to the greater Yellowstone area. It was perfect fishing weather the whole trip. One of our destinations was...

A Poem

Religion of the River by:Austin Manthey Fly-fishing is like a religion Trout reach deep inside an anglers soul; warming the heart Time is set aside for simple glances at beauty Thoughts of feisty fish flipping in the net become prayers Men and Women seek passion of the river to guide them to solitude Troutbums rejoice...

Bristol Bay: No Pebble Mine

Alaska’s Bristol Bay has been known as one of the greatest salmon fisheries in the world. Commercial fishers alone harvest over 30 million salmon out of the bay annually. Some say the area is the most important fishing ground worldwide. Anglers make the journey up to Bristol from across the globe for phenomenal fishing for...

The Blog Is Up!

Hey everybody! Finally getting around to working on the blog after months of pure laziness…I’m just getting used to this so hang with me. As you all know, we are dedicated to sharing our passion of fly fishing with everybody we can. I don’t care whether you throw big ugly bugs for Northerns up in...