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

The Fly Fishing Film Tour and Benefit for Rivers of Recovery is a must do for local anglers. Get the spring fishing juices flowing with a series of awe inspiring fishing films at an event that supports a great cause. …

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In this video, Greg ties a jig style Tiger Midge, a long time classic amongst trout fisherman. A huge part of a trout’s diet is midges. In streams and lakes throughout the world, midges are a huge food source for … Continue r

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In this video, Jay ties a Partridge Hackle Jigged Nymph pattern. This pattern is a great option for all species of trout and can be fished under an indicator or on a Euro setup. Hook: Gamakatsu J20 jigged nymph size …

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Our local Trout Unlimited Chapter will hold it’s first meeting for 2019 on January 14th at Claim 52 Kitchen on Willamette Street – 6-8pm. Smith River Updates We are excited to kick off 2019 with Stephanie Messerle, District Fish Biologist …

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Introduction to Fly Fishing. We have been introducing anglers to basic casting skills for almost 30 years now. Inspired by the original casting classes held by Les Eichorn, Bob Guard and Mel Krieger this 6 hour class will have interested …

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Conservationists across Oregon held their breath at the close of 2018, as the Senate nearly passed a public lands package that would have created the 30,000 acre Devil’s Staircase Wilderness, designated over 250 river miles under the Wild and Scenic …

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Here is the link to a complete description of the event: Women’s Steelhead School

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I have been fortunate this early season to get some time on the water fishing with my family. During this early season “trouting” at Cedar Lodge I have been able to put some new gear through its paces. Patagonia River …

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In this video, Greg ties a Jigged Prince Variant nymph. Effective anywhere trout may live. “I’d use this fly as an attractor or for prospecting when all else fails.” He recommends tying it in sizes 12-16 with a 60° bend …

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Here is part two in our video serious on Jigged Nymphs. The additional videos discuss tools and materials related to tying successful jig style fly patterns. Enjoy!

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Jay has been diving deep into tying “Jig Style” nymphs. In this video he gives some basic tips to help you tie them. More tips to come in following posts.

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In this video, Greg ties a very simple yet effective Jigged Green Caddis fly, which could be used in freshwater fisheries throughout the world. Any trout fisherman should have a selection of caddis nymphs available in their fly box. He …

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Hey folks, Oregon Fly Fishing Blog’s Matt Stansberry has a new book out, Rust Belt Arcana about wildlife of the industrial Upper Midwest. The book just topped The Nature Conservancy’s list of favorite books of 2018. Stansberry brings a curiosity …

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As you’re reading this, we’re closing in on the end of the 2018 lame duck session of the US Congress. The lame duck session of Congress is that period following an election, but before newly elected legislators assume their roles …

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This is a short note to invite all who aren’t out fishing on Saturday to drop by and say hello on Saturday, December 15th. I will be in the shop to visit with friends, demonstrate the new Aquaflies Ultra Rig …

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In this video, Greg ties a simple Jigged Hare’s Ear European Style Nymph Pattern. Simple, yet proven again and again for trout species around the world. He recommends tying it in sizes 12-18 with a 60° bend jig hook and … Continu

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In this video, Tim Etlick with the Caddis Fly Shop goes over a few more gift ideas for the 2018 Holiday Season. Enjoy! Here is a list of the above items: Fishpond Thunderhead Roll Top Duffel Fishpond Thunderhead Lumbar Pack …

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From the Wild Salmon Center New research findings from a team led by UC Davis, and including WSC Science Director Matt Sloat, is upending our understanding of spring Chinook. Samples of spring Chinook from ancient fishing spots in the upper …

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The Balanced Leech and Balanced Minnow fly pattern is a new one for me and I’ve had fun working on these flies lately. One of my key issues has been finding out which pins do and do not work for …

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In this fly tying tutorial Jay shows us how to tie a Tiger Dad Trout Tube Streamer and by accident without a Rabbit Strip. We will have another video showing this same fly with the Rabbit Strip added in. This …

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In this video Jay ties us a Bulltrout Jig, The Sandy Chub. This is a terrific Bull trout pattern that will work for a variety of freshwater and estuary species. You can fish this on the swing or dead drift … Continue reading →

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From The Native Fish Society Oregon has often taken bold action to safeguard the natural landscapes and resources that define the state and our communities. Many times, it has been local Oregonians, passionate about the place they call home, who …

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In this video, Jay ties a Trout Clouser Jig “Copper Crawdad” using an Umpqua 60 degree jig hook. This fly can be cast and stripped, swung, or fished an under indicator. This is a great fly for fishing Rainbow Trout, …

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In this video, Greg ties a prospecting fly he calls the Counterfeit. He has fished it on countless trout streams in the Western USA with great success when all else fails. He recommends tying it in sizes 14-16 with a …

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In this video, Jay ties a Tiger Dad Trout Tube Streamer pattern using an Orange Pro Cone and Black Barred Orange Rabbit Strip. This fly is best fished on the swing. Jay’s Tiger Dad Trout Tube Streamer (with Rabbit Strip) …

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We arrived to gorgeous spring weather. Our care takers Alan and Glenys Cooper did an excellent job of maintaining the property. We did not conduct any major construction projects this year so it’s all go, a pretty smooth to start …

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In this video, Jay ties an Ultralicious Steelhead Tube Fly using Black and Blue Materials. This fly can be swung for winter and summer steelhead on your favorite runs! Enjoy! Jay’s Ultralicious Steelhead Tube Black/Blue Rabbit Strip Black Tube: Pro …

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When: Friday, November 16 5-9pm Where: Oregon Research Institute, 1776 Millrace Drive From: the Mckenzie River Trust Join us for a “Last Waltz” fundraiser with the local winemakers at Camp Creek Cellars. Half of the $10 tasting fee will be …

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December 1 2018 5pm, Fundraiser with Frank and Jeanne Moore at the Steamboat Inn. From Source One Serenity Source One Serenity was born out of Frank Moore’s fly fishing vision and its potential life-altering benefits for our veterans struggling with …

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In this video I showcase some of our favorite gifts for the 2018 holiday season. Of course there are many more items our friendly staff would love to help you select. Stop by the shop this holiday season, we have … Continue

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