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July 17th, 2014

This is a very brief report on the Echo Glass fly rod I have been fishing for the last several months.  In short, I REALLY enjoy the rod.  This is not a long range casting rod like my 9 foot, … Continue reading →

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July 16th, 2014

We have recently added highly some effective and unique flies to our offering at The Caddis Fly and A new series of Steelhead dry flies, more jigged style nymphs, and more colors to a “new to us” but very …

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July 14th, 2014

Life is good here on the Oregon Coast.  One day might involve a leisurely outing from 10 to 1 at Lake Hebo, fishing for trophy size hatchery trout.  The next could involve fishing the estuary on an easy outgoing tide … Con

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In this endlessly hot weather, the only thing to do is to delicately sip cold soups and drink Pimm’s Cup.  …Continue reading →

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July 13th, 2014

You may not know me. I’m new to the Caddis Fly Shop family. Chris hired me to help with writing product descriptions and general upkeep. I am extremely lucky and thankful to be able to blend my passion for … Con

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July 11th, 2014

Let’s be honest 90+ degree temperatures are less than ideal for trout fishing in the Willamette Valley. We just don’t see this kind of heat this early in the year very often. Combine the heat with a lack of snow …

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