Fishing Forecast January 22nd – February 5th

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One of the great challenges of winter fly fishing is dealing with glare. The low angle of the winter sun makes seeing your flies on the water difficult. One solution is to use flies that provide contrast to the low light conditions. It is a great idea to have a selection of High Vis parachute patterns to help when visibility becomes an issue. Also, the right pair of polarized glasses is imperative. The Smith Optics Low Light Ignitorsa lens is hands down becoming my most valued piece of winter fishing equipment. These glasses allow the angler to fish early, late … Read More

Fishing Forecast January 8th – 22nd

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For some fly fishermen, long winter nights and frigid days are best spent tying flys and dreaming of warmer climes. For others, the winter is a bonus season offering short windows of great fishing. Whether you are going fishing tomorrow or waiting for summer, the winter season is also a good time to learn a few new tricks. In Boise, January 11-12, the Western Idaho Fly Fishing Expo will be just such an opportunity. If you go, please stop by the Silver Creek Outfitters booth: Greg Loomis will have info and updates on the restoration project at Silver Creek, Brian … Read More