Alyssa Forrest and 3 friend take a drift boat trip for Steelhead Flaming Gorge is absolutely otherworldy. Home to the Green River and arguably the best fishing on the planet. We were just along for the ride on this one while Grant and Grant Jr. got to catch some fish and make some memories. Produced […]
tutorial of a simple sparse variation of the Muddler Minnow pattern.
In honor of our 15-year anniversary, we teamed up with our good friend Shane Anderson to make a short film that pays homage to wild steelhead and the great work our members have accomplished over the last 15 years. Please take a few minutes to watch the film and donate $15 to ensure that we […]
A BRAND NEW articulated streamer from Kelly Galloup. The Flatliner is a horizontally (is that a word) flat profiled fly…..cool stuff!
24hr Salmon fishing under the Norway midnight sun and blitzing Blue Fin Tuna
A fly tying tutorial of an October Caddis steelhead fly. This fly can be fished with various methods including grease lined, skated with a riffle hitch, or as a wet fly.
Finn Raccoon is an awesome material for big pike flies. The long, soft hair moves really well in the water. It’s also very durable. If you don’t use too much of the leather it’s also not so difficult to cast, because the hair will not soak as much as water as rabbit fur for example […]
The Silver Doctor is a long popular salmon fly that has seen many variations since its creation in the mid 1800s. This variation keeps true to the color scheme and the staple silver body, but with some modern influence and the use of a tube.
Brian Wise’s spin on the Tripple Dungeon fly. This is a BIG streamer with3 sections and a ton of movement. The color scheme can be easily adjusted to match your personal preference.
Washington DC is careening down the path of turning over Federal Public Lands to the states in a thinly veiled attempt to force their sale. In fact, the number of acres of State owned public land has shrunk almost 90% in some states.
Oregon’s North Umpqua River is one of the most important ecological areas in the Northwest, providing more than many miles of high-quality habitat for salmon, steelhead, trout and other native species. And Steamboat Creek is the most productive steelhead tributary on the North Umpqua. It deserves protection as a steelhead sanctuary, and it is only fitting to also honor World War II veteran and conservation legend Frank Moore in doing so.
A versatile and easy to tie pattern, check out the BWO emerger.
Take a look at some Vintage Hardy Perfect Fly reels. These three Salmon sized reels are “pre-war” which means that were made prior to World War 2. From exteriors to inner workings, take a look at each reel on its own and then compare to other vintage reels. 3 1/2 in Salmon Reel 3 3/4 […]
Matt from Loon shows off the Jigawockie, a hotspot deep fishing nymph.
Highly Duplicated and Often Hated… the Squirmy Wormy