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The Caddis Fly: Oregon Fly Fishing Blog

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McKenzie River fly fishing, Oregon fly fishing reports and fly tying videos.

Matt Ramsey was kind enough to share another Mongolia guide season report with OregonFlyFishingBlog.com. Thanks so much Matt. Another season in  Sweetwater Travel Company’s Mongolian Taimen Camps is in the books.  After last season’s high water and tougher fishing, this …

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It may be Idaho, but if your looking for an example what “big sky” means, check out the Henry’s Fork, Island Park, Idaho. Its just a few miles down the road from West Yellowstone. After casting streamers in Montana and … C

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This years Two Fly Tournament raised $6574 for the McKenzie River Trust. Nine teams enjoyed a friendly, best three fish of the day competition. Special thanks to all those who participated and especially the guides who donated their time to …

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Having yet to fish inside the park, on our Montana trip, Ken C. and I headed out to the Firehole River. The one thing we continually did on our trip;    walk 20 minutes and you will enjoy the most scenic … Continue reading →

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The Psycho Prince is an excellent all season nymph to fish as the dropper in a hopper dropper rig or a second nymph when going deep under an indicator. It can be tied using various colors of Ice Dub as … Continue reading →

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Eugene and Corvallis Trout Unlimited Chapters are gaining steam and need your support in their conservation efforts. The Eugene Redsides Chapter and the Corvallis Bluebacks are having meetings and events outlined below. October meeting Monday, October 13th, Rogue Ales Public …

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Fishing the trolled and cast fly for Albacore offshore Oregon this year has been fantastic. Fantastic means that something is going on all the time, I learn something new every time out, we see porpoise, whales, sharks, sunfish, jellyfish, and …

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Bruce Berry from Pro Sportfisher demonstrates how to utilize one Pro Tube 40/40 tube to tie 3 Silvey’s Tandem Tube patterns. The Tandem Tube is a deadly all season steelhead tube fly. Silvey’s Tandem Tube Fly Tube: Flexi Tube 40/40 …

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The Middle Fork Willamette was a great steelhead fishery for us this Summer; however, it remains an option through the Fall as well.  With well over 20,000 fish over the falls this year, numbers are good and now is still … Continue

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Took some time off and headed out to Big Sky Country. So far we have fished Rock Creek, Clark Fork, Beaverhead and the Upper Madison rivers. I now understand why so many anglers come to this great fishery. If the … Continue reading →

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The Corvallis-based Blueback Chapter of Trout Unlimited is at it again, hosting the International Fly Fishing Film Festival at the Whiteside Theatre on Saturday, October 11th. Doors open at 7pm (but get there early, as the line at F3T was …

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Crane Prairie Reservoir can fish well into October, so don’t shy away from the lakes even though the leaves have started to Fall! I headed out to Crane Prairie earlier this week to get my late Summer lake fix and …

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Beyond Toxics has an official partnership with ODOT signing a contract to keep 8 miles of Hwy 36 around Triangle Lake pesticide free and protect salmon in their natural habitat. We need to get a group of 20 people together …

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On Tuesday, October 7th at Hop Valley Brewing (901 W. 1st Ave., Eugene), join staff and members of the Native Fish Society along with film maker Shane Anderson for a showing of “Wild Reverence- The Wild Steelhead’s Last Stand” from …

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Get Signed Up for a Cleanup Site: Volunteers get a free-shirt and earn enough river karma to last a year. There will be over 20 sites throughout the valley, with opportunities to Bring Your Own Boat (a whole new take … Con

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Bruce Berry from Pro Sport Fisher, Hatch, and Beulah Fly Rods stopped by the shop recently. After we had a look at the new gear Bruce sat down to tie a couple of flies. The Lady Gaga Marabou Tube is … Continue reading &#

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This years Two Fly Tournament is setting up pretty sweet! Much like last year, we have had a bit of a “freshen up” of our waters, and the weather is ideal. The entire McKenzie is fishing great with excellent water …

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New Daiichi Hook the Black Ace 3111 Saltwater Hook was put to the test the last 3 days out of Pacific City and it is a winner.  The fly above caught tuna on the cast and strip retrieve and has … Continue reading

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I’ve had many opportunities to fly fish the ocean off Pacific City as guest of several great friends who own dories. One of these boats is a new Terry  Learned boat (The Fly Guy); one dates back to 1960 (the … Continue r

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Lower Deschutes It’s starting to feel like Fall more and more over there, which is good. The nights are longer which bodes well for the water temperatures therefore fishing the mornings remains the most consistent for Steelhead. Anywhere from the …

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Fall has been creeping in, edging out a gorgeous dry Summer in the Willamette Valley. Shade, shadows, and mid-afternoon midges have been increasing daily. Grey Drakes, Blue Winged Olives and tan Caddis have been sporadically emerging. Waters are still low …

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For a year, Rick Bocko and myself have been planning to return to Slough Creek in search of gold; Yellowstone cutthroat trout. It has been four years since our last presence in the area when we tackled the Henry’s Fork … Continue reading &

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It was a quick trip to East Lake over the Labor Day Holiday.   Fall was in the air with a chill but those callibaetis were still hatching!  We tossed thorax callibaetis dries most of the day and were rewarded. Took along … Continue re

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I have been fortunate enough to take two trips to Cuba this year, one to Cayo Largo with a group of 12 anglers and more recently a trip to Jardines De La Reina or “the gardens of the queen”. Both … Continue reading →

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Monday, September 8th, Rogue Ales Public House (lower level), 844 Olive St, Eugene Trout Unlimited Redsides Chapter meetings are now being held on the second Monday of each month. The board meeting is at 6:00PM and all members are welcome …

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It’s been a long time since we have had a selection of high quality fly tying feathers in the shop. But as we speak the selection is superb and it includes some really diverse stuff that will help you tie … Continue reading →

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Just a few recent photos of summer fishing in the Great Lakes Region, including a great day of muskies on the fly with Capt Nate. Here’s hoping everybody is having a great summer out there. -MS

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George Cook furthers our previous video discussion of handling running line. He adds the “turn out” method in order to help the caster maximize his or her running line “shoot-ability”.

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Sekiu 2014 — Julian just bought a new Striper SeaSwirl, a 24-foot monster with twin 115 Yamaha outboards. We trailered the huge boat for the first time across the wilds of Greater Seattle rush hour traffic and the rugged topography … Continue

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You are cordially invited to the first exclusive local DamNation film event, 6pm Sunday 8-24-14, at Splitz on 2400 NE Diamond Lake Blvd in Roseburg. It’s dinner and a movie — pizza and salad buffet for only $9 – cosponsored …

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