Fly Fishing Forecast January 22nd – February 2nd

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“…knowing a river intimately is a large part of the joy of fly >fishing.” – Roderick Haig-Brown To know a river intimately, one must experience it in all of its seasons. Of course, most anglers know the more popular seasons, summer and fall, when our local rivers are tricked with glamorous hatches and idyllic conditions. But those who know a river in winter, know it in its most nuanced state. In the low winter light, an observant angler can see insects so small they seem insignificant hovering just above the surface. With a keen eye, the subtle yet deliberate dimples … Read More

Fly Fishing Forecast January 7th to 21st‏

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“Many of us probably would be better fishermen if we did not spend so much time watching and waiting for the world to become perfect.” -Norman Maclean With the great ski conditions throughout December, the rivers have been receiving light angler pressure. And January is traditionally a month when anglers hibernate and tie flies for the upcoming season. These anglers are missing out on a great opportunity to be on the river in perfect solitude. So don’t hesitate; don’t watch and wait. The world is perfect right now.  BIG WOOD In the winter, midges make up a majority of a … Read More