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Joe Rowe
United States
May 20, 2017 • Photos
Fly fishing picture
Lodge Album
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Taylor Brown
United States
Jul 18, 2016 • Photos
Rhode Island
Rhode Island
Carlo Iotti
United States
May 21, 2017 • Photos
Fly fishing picture
Chanan Chansrisuriyawong
United States
May 21, 2017 • Photos
Happy to see her swim
Happy to see her swim
Chanan Chansrisuriyawong
United States
May 21, 2017 • Photos
Fresh from the ocean
Fresh from the ocean
Jack Denny
United States
May 18, 2017 • Photos
The American shad run continues a good clip. Steady action all day on these hard fighters.
The American shad run continues a good clip. Steady action all day on these hard fighters.
Chris Watson
United States
May 22, 2017 • Photos • Mobile App
Sgwiggly worm tied buy my four year old little girl. Fish on. One after another until I lost it.
Sgwiggly worm tied buy my four year old little girl. Fish on. One after another until I lost it.
Ivan Malby
Australia
May 22, 2017 • Photos • Mobile App
Australian Salmon
Australian Salmon
Chanan Chansrisuriyawong
United States
May 21, 2017 • Photos
Personal best
Personal best
Chanan Chansrisuriyawong
United States
May 21, 2017 • Photos
39lbs whooped by a 7wt w/12lbs tippet
39lbs whooped by a 7wt w/12lbs tippet
Chanan Chansrisuriyawong
United States
May 21, 2017 • Photos
Sight fishing to breeders
Sight fishing to breeders
BERNET Valentin
France
Mar 13, 2017 • Albums
BERNET Valentin updated the album Fishing 2017
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Arun Karki
Nepal
May 21, 2017 • Albums
Outfitter Album
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Michael Stack
United States Professional Profile
May 21, 2017 • Photos • Mobile App
Some beautiful upper Beaverhead River gold! Learn how to tie the rig to fish this technical tailwater by following the link in our bio! #flyfishing #beaverheadriver #browntrout #tailwater #coldclearwater...view moreSome beautiful upper Beaverhead River gold! Learn how to tie the rig to fish this technical tailwater by following the link in our bio! #flyfishing #beaverheadriver #browntrout #tailwater #coldclearwater #montanaflyfishing #winstonrods #fishtalesoutfitting #fishtalesoutfittingguideservice
Some beautiful upper Beaverhead River gold! Learn how to tie the rig to fish this technical tailwater by following the link in our bio!  #flyfishing #beaverheadriver #browntrout #tailwater #coldclearwater #montanaflyfishing #winstonrods #fishtalesoutfitti...
Joe Rowe
United States
May 20, 2017 • Photos
Fly fishing picture
Joe Rowe
United States
May 20, 2017 • Photos
Fly fishing picture
The Lucky Flyfisher
France
May 20, 2017 • Photos
Fly fishing picture
Mikhail  Rodnover
Russia
May 20, 2017 • Photos
Fly fishing picture
Kolter Norton
United States
May 20, 2017 • Photos • Mobile App
Fly fishing picture
Updated the fly Puelche
Among tube flies, there is no doubt that the Sunray Shadow is one of the most popular and effective ones. My first contact with it was in the Kau tapen Lodge in Tierra del Fuego. They had begun their operation...view moreAmong tube flies, there is no doubt that the Sunray Shadow is one of the most popular and effective ones. My first contact with it was in the Kau tapen Lodge in Tierra del Fuego. They had begun their operation not long ago and the head guide was Roland Holmberg, a well known Swedish angler who guided for Atlantic Salmon in the famed Gaula River in Norway. Roland used a two-handed rod and tube flies, a real novelty for us who used single-handed rods in those times.

More than 35 years ago, watching an angler fish a Sunray Shadow at great speed, with a floating line and a spey rod was quite a show. Only European anglers used two-handed rods regularly in those days, we had none in Argentina and in the US they were not very popular, although anglers like Mike Maxwell were already known as Spey Casting names.

Roland gave me some Sunray Shadows, very simple ones: a deer and goat wing tied on a transparent tube, with many tooth marks by several sea trout. I rapidly tied some copies and kept the originals, and since those days I have used tube flies, together with my normal streamers, always with great results.

There are models of streamers that are very difficult to turn into tubes, and today articulated streamers are fighting hard, but a good tube is still unreplaceable to fish on the swing, for example; with the advantage that we can use a great variety of hooks to adapt the tube to different waters and fish sizes.

The original Sunray Shadow was designed and tied for the first time in the 60s by a pro tier called Mr. Raymond Brooks, who rented the Laerdal River in Norway between the 60s and 90s. it was tied with black hair from a Colobo monkey (Colobus sp) taken from a rug a friend had given him. Commercially, Ray Brooks must have gotten that hair from a fur salesman of those times. Today, monkey hair is forbidden and it is replaced by sheep, goat or Collie dog hair.

We can see these original Shadows in a picture attached here, it’s a tube model clearly derived from the Sunray Shadow Roland gave me. I have added details over the years to fish for browns from other rivers, different to the Río Grande in Tierra del Fuego.

In the Grande, brown trout come from the sea, where they eat other sea fish like anchovies and other similar ones. These long, thin, translucent fish are well imitated with an original Sunray Shadow. It still does a killing in the Grande, but I needed a bulkier one for the inland browns that eat their congeners. Taking the idea from tubes from the Dee River in Scotland, like the Dee Monkey, I added materials and colors that were very effective in traditional streamers.

The grizzly Matukas dyed in yellow have never failed. This Puelche takes the colors of the wing and body, although the black floss with its silk glow cant hide its resemblance to other of my favorite streamers, the Black Ghost. The underwing of the Puelche is a mix of yellow and red bucktail. Many will remember the colors of the Mickey Finn. The yellow and black wings of the Puelche are made of materials like sheep or goat hair, that moves very well in the water. Then come some details like glow, peacock that always must be present in streamers (because this tube is still a streamer), jungle cock in the cheeks for better contrast, yellow and black hackle in this case, that has the important function of creating a turmoil on the back making the wing to move in an undulating way.


The Puelche is perfect to swing with floating lines or slow sinking ones, casting across the current to then make a long mend upstream or downstream, according to our need of slowing down or accelerating the fly to have a more attractive speed.
It is very effective as well when we fish it in the deep with fast sinking lines, but we must make it cross the current in an appealing speed for the fish.

This fly needs certain velocity so the front hackle makes turbulence and the wing moves undulating like a swimming fish.


With short mends and simultaneous moves with the tip of the rod we’ll make the swimming erratic and with some stops, imitating a small fish in trouble.

Many times, big trout follow these flies for a while and suddenly attack them in a spectacular way, sometimes it happens at the end of the swing so we need to stay calm and patient.

Roland, when the water temperature was good, fished the Sunray Shadow casting across the current to then bring it in long fast strips with his line hand. Sometimes he even made it jump on the surface because of the high speed but the browns were faster and caught it easily. The attack on a fly that goes fast is not delicate and it leaves no doubts at all.
Among tube flies, there is no doubt that the Sunray Shadow is one of the most popular and effective ones. My first contact with it was in the Kau tapen Lodge in Tierra del Fuego. They had begun their operation not long ago and the head guide was Roland Holmberg, a well known Swedish angler who guided for Atlantic Salmon in the famed Gaula River in Norway. Roland used a two-handed rod and tube flies, a real novelty for us who used single-handed rods in those times.

More than 35 years ago, watching an angler fish a Sunray Shadow at great speed, with a floating line and a spey rod was quite a show. Only European anglers used two-handed rods regularly in those days, we had none in Argentina and in the US they were not very popular, although anglers like Mike Maxwell were already known as Spey Casting names.

Roland gave me some Sunray Shadows, very simple ones: a deer and goat wing tied on a transparent tube, with many tooth marks by several sea trout. I rapidly tied some copies and kept the originals, and since those days I have used tube flies, together with my normal streamers, always with great results.

There are models of streamers that are very difficult to turn into tubes, and today articulated streamers are fighting hard, but a good tube is still unreplaceable to fish on the swing, for example; with the advantage that we can use a great variety of hooks to adapt the tube to different waters and fish sizes.

The original Sunray Shadow was designed and tied for the first time in the 60s by a pro tier called Mr. Raymond Brooks, who rented the Laerdal River in Norway between the 60s and 90s. it was tied with black hair from a Colobo monkey (Colobus sp) taken from a rug a friend had given him. Commercially, Ray Brooks must have gotten that hair from a fur salesman of those times. Today, monkey hair is forbidden and it is replaced by sheep, goat or Collie dog hair. 

We can see these original Shadows in a picture attached here, it’s a tube model clearly derived from the Sunray Shadow Roland gave me. I have added details over the years to fish for browns from other rivers, different to the Río Grande in Tierra del Fuego.

In the Grande, brown trout come from the sea, where they eat other sea fish like anchovies and other similar ones. These long, thin, translucent fish are well imitated with an original Sunray Shadow. It still does a killing in the Grande, but I needed a bulkier one for the inland browns that eat their congeners. Taking the idea from tubes from the Dee River in Scotland, like the Dee Monkey, I added materials and colors that were very effective in traditional streamers.

The grizzly Matukas dyed in yellow have never failed. This Puelche takes the colors of the wing and body, although the black floss with its silk glow cant hide its resemblance to other of my favorite streamers, the Black Ghost. The underwing of the Puelche is a mix of yellow and red bucktail. Many will remember the colors of the Mickey Finn. The yellow and black wings of the Puelche are made of materials like sheep or goat hair, that moves very well in the water. Then come some details like glow, peacock that always must be present in streamers (because this tube is still a streamer), jungle cock in the cheeks for better contrast, yellow and black hackle in this case, that has the important function of creating a turmoil on the back making the wing to move in an undulating way. 


The Puelche is perfect to swing with floating lines or slow sinking ones, casting across the current to then make a long mend upstream or downstream, according to our need of slowing down or accelerating the fly to have a more attractive speed.
It is very effective as well when we fish it in the deep with fast sinking lines, but we must make it cross the current in an appealing speed for the fish.

This fly needs certain velocity so the front hackle makes turbulence and the wing moves undulating like a swimming fish.


With short mends and simultaneous moves with the tip of the rod we’ll make the swimming erratic and with some stops, imitating a small fish in trouble.

Many times, big trout follow these flies for a while and suddenly attack them in a spectacular way, sometimes it happens at the end of the swing so we need to stay calm and patient. 

Roland, when the water temperature was good, fished the Sunray Shadow casting across the current to then bring it in long fast strips with his line hand. Sometimes he even made it jump on the surface because of the high speed but the browns were faster and caught it easily. The attack on a fly that goes fast is not delicate and it leaves no doubts at all.
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Rod &  Raquettes
United States
May 19, 2017 • Albums
Guide Album
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Salmon River Guide  
United States
May 19, 2017 • Albums
Guide Album
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Kid Ocelos
Brazil
May 18, 2017 • Photos
AMAZONIC PEACOCKBASS!!!
AMAZONIC PEACOCKBASS!!!
Ryan Shea
United States
May 18, 2017 • Videos
This is the first of what will be a series of short videos that feature Western NY in its resurgent glory. From local eateries, to spectacular scenery, to the diverse fisheries of the region, we will...view moreThis is the first of what will be a series of short videos that feature Western NY in its resurgent glory. From local eateries, to spectacular scenery, to the diverse fisheries of the region, we will explore WNY from the air, land, and water and showcase the area in a new and exciting way. Please enjoy
Brian Kozminski
United States
Feb 3, 2015 • Photos
winter streamer day
winter streamer day
Brian Kozminski
United States
Mar 11, 2015 • Photos
Healthy Manistee Rover Brown with Bob Mallard from Kennebec Outfitters
Healthy Manistee Rover Brown with Bob Mallard from Kennebec Outfitters
Brian Kozminski
United States
Aug 26, 2015 • Photos
small stream surprise
small stream surprise
Brian Kozminski
United States
May 19, 2017 • Albums
Rivers were high~ silver sparkle minnow streamer seemed to get their attention.
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The very first trip to remote Astove island in Seychelles came very unexpected this year and we had just couple of days to prepare for it. Any how it was minimum plans for scenery made during the flight...view moreThe very first trip to remote Astove island in Seychelles came very unexpected this year and we had just couple of days to prepare for it. Any how it was minimum plans for scenery made during the flight time and basically everything went spontaneous. We had 6 days of fishing with some nice spring tides and explored everything what Astove fishing has to offer. Dredging and teasing for GT`s, fishing in the surf, skinny flats and solid bonefish, permit fishing in the beautiful lagoon, fishing from the cliffs and beach, popping in the mouth etc. Fishing was insane with loads of action and brutality. Surroundings and views were breath taking and sunsets with ice cold gin&tonic gave us chill out to it`s max.
So here is our "spontaneous adventure" witch turned out into mini documentary ASTOVE.
Another bone!
Another bone!
Alex Zapata
United States
May 18, 2017 • Fishing Reports
From: 05/18/2017 - To: 05/18/2017
Species: Tarpon
Report: Tarpon Season 2017 update/fly casting Advise

Well, it's been a while since my last report and I just have a chance to catch up. The tarpon migration in south Florida is on and I've been out on the water everyday since the first week of April.
The ... View more
Florida Keys, Florida Keys, Florida Keys, United States
The Yankee  Angler
United States
May 18, 2017 • Albums
Guide Album
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Chris Watson
United States
May 15, 2017 • Photos • Mobile App
A few of these over the weekend at one of my favorite close by rivers.
A few of these over the weekend at one of my favorite close by rivers.
BERNET Valentin
France
May 16, 2017 • Photos
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Guide Album
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Madrid Fishing
Spain
May 18, 2017 • Videos
Carp and boga fishing in Madrid (Spain)
Madrid Fishing
Spain
May 18, 2017 • Photos
Trouts food
Trouts food
Madrid Fishing
Spain
May 18, 2017 • Videos
Brown trout fly fshing in Madrid sierra rivers
Madrid Fishing
Spain
May 18, 2017 • Photos
Fly fishing picture
Madrid Fishing
Spain
May 18, 2017 • Photos
Fly fishing picture
Madrid Fishing
Spain
May 18, 2017 • Photos
Fly fishing picture
Tight Loops
United States
May 6, 2017 • Videos
In the summer of 2015, filmmakers Aimee Savard and Chase Bartee packed up their belongings, moved into their 1985 Volkswagen Westfalia, and left their home in Massachusetts. The goal? To make their way...view moreIn the summer of 2015, filmmakers Aimee Savard and Chase Bartee packed up their belongings, moved into their 1985 Volkswagen Westfalia, and left their home in Massachusetts. The goal? To make their way to Montana, and spend as much time as humanly possible exploring, fly fishing, and documenting their travels. Living in an eighty square foot van would pose its challenges. But the lessons learned and experiences gained over the next three and a half months would set events into motion that would change their lives forever.
Jack Denny
United States
Sep 18, 2015 • Albums
Jack Denny updated the album Northeast Fishing
Fishing around the Northeast of the USA, one of the most populated places in the country yet there are lots of opportunities for some amazing fishing.
Northeast Fishing Northeast Fishing Northeast Fishing
Northeast Fishing Northeast Fishing Northeast Fishing
Northeast Fishing Northeast Fishing Northeast Fishing
Ryan Shea
United States
May 18, 2017 • Videos
For our second episode, we explore the raging waters downstream from the first video - below one of the natural wonders of the world. See how we pursue the anadromous King/Chinook Salmon as they make...view moreFor our second episode, we explore the raging waters downstream from the first video - below one of the natural wonders of the world. See how we pursue the anadromous King/Chinook Salmon as they make their fall spawning run. We follow up a great day of fishing with a great meal and some equally great beer at Woodcock Brothers Brewery. Enjoy!
Ryan Shea
United States
May 18, 2017 • Videos
For our third episode of Re-Discover Your Region, we shake the winter shack nasties by fishing the Great Lakes tributaries.  The pursuit of Great Lakes steelhead on these creeks during the winter can ...view moreFor our third episode of Re-Discover Your Region, we shake the winter shack nasties by fishing the Great Lakes tributaries.  The pursuit of Great Lakes steelhead on these creeks during the winter can lead to big fish in some breathtakingly beautiful settings.  It's not for the faint of heart but if you dress appropriately, you could bear witness to a winter wonderland unlike anywhere else in the region. ---------------------------------------------------- Do you want to experience this first hand instead of looking at it on a tiny screen? We got you covered! Visit our website at: www.brookdogfishing.com ---------------------------------------------------- The following organizations contribute to our success: flymen fishing company: https://flymenfishingcompany.com simmsfishing: https://www.simmsfishing.com patagonia: http://www.patagonia.com/home/ scientific anglers: https://www.scientificanglers.com cortlandline: https://www.cortlandline.com templeforkoutfitters: http://www.tforods.com waterworkslamson: https://www.waterworks-lamson.com minnkotamotors: http://www.minnkotamotors.com// alumacraftboats: http://www.alumacraft.com cabelas: http://www.cabelas.com mercurymarine: https://www.mercurymarine.com/en/us/ visitbuffaloniagara: http://www.visitbuffaloniagara.com phwff: http://www.projecthealingwaters.org smithoptics: http://www.smithoptics.com/us/ lakesriversstreams: http://www.lakesriversstreams.com Buffalo Rising: https://www.buffalorising.com
Ryan Shea
United States
May 18, 2017 • Videos
PRESS PLAY AND TAKE IT ALL IN - IT'S OUR BEST FOOTAGE YET!  For our fourth episode of Re-Discover Your Region, we travel to southeast Michigan - home of beast smalljaws and Schultz Outfitters.  There's a...view morePRESS PLAY AND TAKE IT ALL IN - IT'S OUR BEST FOOTAGE YET!  For our fourth episode of Re-Discover Your Region, we travel to southeast Michigan - home of beast smalljaws and Schultz Outfitters.  There's a ton of action, amazing footage, a little bit of instruction, and an introduction to a highly professional crew.  A big thank you goes out to Mike Schultz, Justin Pribanic, and the brewery team at Arbor Brewing Company for your hospitality and an awesome time! Please click the SUBSCRIBE BUTTON and leave us some comments - we'd appreciate your feedback! ---------------------------------------------------- The following organizations contribute to our success:  flymen fishing company:  https://flymenfishingcompany.com simms fishing:  https://www.simmsfishing.com patagonia:  http://www.patagonia.com/home/ scientific anglers: scientific anglers: https://www.scientificanglers.com cortland line:  https://www.cortlandline.com  temple fork outfitters:  http://www.tforods.com waterworkslamson:  https://www.waterworks-lamson.com minnkotamotors: http://www.minnkotamotors.com// alumacraftboats: http://www.alumacraft.com cabelas:  http://www.cabelas.com mercurymarine: https://www.mercurymarine.com/en/us/ visit buffalo niagara: http://www.visitbuffaloniagara.com phwff:  http://www.projecthealingwaters.org smithoptics:  http://www.smithoptics.com/us/ lakesriversstreams: http://www.lakesriversstreams.com Buffalo Rising:  https://www.buffalorising.com chevrolet: http://m.chevrolet.com/index.html
The Lucky Flyfisher
France
May 18, 2017 • Photos
Tuna bones
Tuna bones
The Lucky Flyfisher
France
May 18, 2017 • Photos
Alose
Alose
The Lucky Flyfisher
France
May 18, 2017 • Photos
big pike on carpflies
big pike on carpflies
The Lucky Flyfisher
France
May 18, 2017 • Photos
Fly fishing picture
The Lucky Flyfisher
France
May 18, 2017 • Photos
50up brown trout
50up brown trout
Fly dreamers
Argentina
May 18, 2017 • Articles
Has created the article Bristol Bay: The Battle Continues
Bristol Bay, Alaska is home to one of the last great salmon fisheries on the planet. The salmon, wildlife, people and fishing jobs of this beautiful and productive region are threatened by the proposed Pebble (gold and copper) mine. If built, Pebble could become the lar... View More
Bristol Bay, Alaska is home to one of the last great salmon fisheries on the planet. The salmon, wildlife, people and fishing jobs of this beautiful and productive region are threatened by the proposed Pebble (gold and copper) mine. If built, Pebble could...
Roberto Garcia
Argentina
May 18, 2017 • Photos
Ultimas del medio
Ultimas del medio
Jason Fernandez
United States Professional Profile
May 18, 2017 • Photos
Above average stud bonefish in the wind...it's when the heavier ones come out to play.
Above average stud bonefish in the wind...it's when the heavier ones come out to play.
Jason Fernandez
United States Professional Profile
May 18, 2017 • Albums
Jason Fernandez
United States Professional Profile
May 18, 2017 • Photos
Fly fishing picture
Fly dreamers
Argentina
May 17, 2017 • Articles
Has updated the article Filmmakers: Kalaukko Fly Fishing
Fd: How did you get into making fly-fishing videos?

KFF: We all have been passionate about snowboarding and actually we became friends on the slopes and in the after-ski. We used to make snowboarding films and later on as we got hooked on fly fishing it was quit... View More
Fd: How did you get into making fly-fishing videos? KFF: We all have been passionate about snowboarding and actually we became friends on the slopes and in the after-ski. We used to make snowboarding films and later on as we got hooked on fly fishing it w...
Chris Watson
United States
May 17, 2017 • Albums
Mar Mac  Lodge
Canada
May 17, 2017 • Albums
Lodge Album
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Chris Watson
United States
May 17, 2017 • Photos • Mobile App
Consentration
Consentration
Chris Watson
United States
May 17, 2017 • Photos • Mobile App
Tying time with my little girl. Some things are better then fishing but not many.
Tying time with my little girl.  Some things are better then fishing but not many.
Chris Watson
United States
May 17, 2017 • Photos • Mobile App
Bad weather and blown out river's makes good time for squiggly worms with my best little buddy
Bad weather and blown out river's makes good time for squiggly worms with my best little buddy
Rapid Lake  Lodge
United States
May 17, 2017 • Albums
Lodge Album
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From: 05/17/2017 - To: 05/17/2017
Species: Brook trout, Brown trout, Cutthroat, Fine Spotted Cutthroat, Grayling , Rainbow trout, Whitefish
Report: “I am haunted by waters.” – Norman Maclean

The first wave of true spring run off occurred during the first week of May causing the Big Wood to peak at nearly 7,000 CFS. Currently, the Wood is down to 2,600 CFS and dropping as the weather has turned cool a... View more
Silver Creek, Sun Valley, Idaho, United States
Steelhead Water
United States
May 17, 2017 • Photos
Fly fishing picture
Kid Ocelos
Brazil
May 17, 2017 • Videos
Las Pitras Lodge
Argentina Professional Profile
May 16, 2017 • Lodge
Check out my Lodge profile in the Directory View Profile
Nakamura Nobuo
Japan
Apr 29, 2017 • Photos
Fly fishing picture
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Trout Bumming
United States
May 16, 2017 • Photos • Mobile App
Traveling windshield bug splat time. Hatches are on in the west. Mark at Trout Bumming.com
Traveling windshield bug splat time. Hatches are on in the west. Mark at Trout Bumming.com
Chris Watson
United States
May 15, 2017 • Photos • Mobile App
Strawberry river utah
Strawberry river utah
Chris Watson
United States
May 15, 2017 • Photos • Mobile App
Still a few clear rivers left. Hope this one doesn't get blown out to.
Still a few clear rivers left.  Hope this one doesn't get blown out to.
Betts Guide  Service
United States
May 16, 2017 • Albums
Guide Album
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Wayne McGee
United States Professional Profile
May 16, 2017 • Articles
Alaska Trophy Adventures Lodge. We still have 1 spot for June 25-July 2 at $3,330 for one of our best rainbow trout fishing weeks when sharing (a 3 for 2 special is looking for one rod the fill the deal). Or you can get a regular space for a single angler with our "... View More
Alaska Trophy Adventures Lodge. We still have 1 spot for June 25-July 2 at $3,330 for one of our best rainbow trout fishing weeks when sharing (a 3 for 2 special is looking for one rod the fill the deal).  Or you can get a regular space for a single angle...
New comment on the fly Rat Time
Since I was very young, mice have called my attention. Especially fat clever country mice, the ones we used to catch in the old hay barns.Big browns and rainbow trout seem to have a similar attraction...view moreSince I was very young, mice have called my attention. Especially fat clever country mice, the ones we used to catch in the old hay barns.Big browns and rainbow trout seem to have a similar attraction towards mice, but of course to our little hairy friends the ending is not the same.Since my early days as a fly-fisherman, deer-hair mice imitations have played an important role in my fly boxes. The mouse that we will see today is the result of combining many interesting ideas that I have seen and tried throughout time. Fishing with one of these in the last hour at those pools where we can guess a big one is hiding never fails. I just have to tell you to change your leader for a very strong one, because you may face the trout of your life.
<p>Since I was very young, mice have called my attention. Especially fat clever country mice, the ones we used to catch in the old hay barns.</p><p>Big browns and rainbow trout seem to have a similar attraction towards mice, but of course to our little hairy friends the ending is not the same.</p>Since my early days as a fly-fisherman, deer-hair mice imitations have played an important role in my fly boxes. The mouse that we will see today is the result of combining many interesting ideas that I have seen and tried throughout time. Fishing with one of these in the last hour at those pools where we can guess a big one is hiding never fails. I just have to tell you to change your leader for a very strong one, because you may face the trout of your life.  <br />
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New comment on the fly Titanic Slider
Fishing for golden dorados with top water flies is definitely the ultimate adventure if you are looking for high levels of adrenaline. Of all the flies we have tried, not one matches the results one gets...view moreFishing for golden dorados with top water flies is definitely the ultimate adventure if you are looking for high levels of adrenaline. Of all the flies we have tried, not one matches the results one gets with the Titanic Slider, created by Jaul Paulson, president and owner of Amazing Flies Company.
The Titanic Slider is a kind of surface streamer with a different action than that of poppers; it resembles an escaping minnow on the surface. This seems to be irresistible for dorados, we have seen them rise from the bottom of a pool to grab this fly with incredible violence. Try different sizes and colors, but go see your doctor first; those strikes are not recommended if you have heart conditions.
Fishing for golden dorados with top water flies is definitely the ultimate adventure if you are looking for high levels of adrenaline. Of all the flies we have tried, not one matches the results one gets with the Titanic Slider, created by Jaul Paulson, president and owner of Amazing Flies Company.
The Titanic Slider is a kind of surface streamer with a different action than that of poppers; it resembles an escaping minnow on the surface. This seems to be irresistible for dorados, we have seen them rise from the bottom of a pool to grab this fly with incredible violence. Try different sizes and colors, but go see your doctor first; those strikes are not recommended if you have heart conditions.
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Geoff Johnston
United Kingdom
May 16, 2017 • Albums
Geoff Johnston updated the album It's Trout season in Eden
Some photos from the 2017 season in Eden
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Maki Caenis
Japan Professional Profile
May 16, 2017 • Albums
Client photos.April 2017.
Guided trip photos.Guided trip photos.Guided trip photos.
Guided trip photos.Guided trip photos.Guided trip photos.
Guided trip photos.Guided trip photos.Guided trip photos.
Steelhead Water
United States
May 15, 2017 • Albums
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Chris Watson
United States
May 15, 2017 • Photos • Mobile App
This fish took a flying leap to have a stare down with my dog.
This fish took a flying leap to have a stare down with my dog.
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Chris Watson
United States
May 15, 2017 • Photos • Mobile App
Behind my house in provo. A couple more days of this and our little sea wall is going to be no more. Getting kinda scary.
Behind my house in provo. A couple more days of this and our little sea wall is going to be no more. Getting kinda scary.
Michael Stack
United States Professional Profile
May 13, 2017 • Photos • Mobile App
A handsome fella! #browntown #browntrout #salmotrutta #flyfishing #flyfishmontana #406flyfishing #madisonriver #rlwinstonrods #fishtalesoutfitting #fishtalesoutfittingguideservice
A handsome fella! #browntown #browntrout #salmotrutta #flyfishing #flyfishmontana #406flyfishing #madisonriver #rlwinstonrods #fishtalesoutfitting #fishtalesoutfittingguideservice
Tito Saenz Rozas
Argentina
Sep 22, 2016 • Photos
Salminus xeneizes
Salminus xeneizes
Eemeli Hepola
Finland
May 8, 2017 • Videos
Goofy Man is a truthful description about salmon fishing with its ups and downs. When everything goes as it should, you feel like on top of the world. But when you bite the dust, you start to overthink...view moreGoofy Man is a truthful description about salmon fishing with its ups and downs. When everything goes as it should, you feel like on top of the world. But when you bite the dust, you start to overthink all your moves and tiny little details. Goofy Man is a direct translation from a Finnish word huru-ukko. It is a humorous nickname for a fisherman who has strong opinions and own beliefs. Even though salmon fishing is a very simple sport, it is full of myths and superstition. The beliefs concern flies, fishing techniques, gear and equipment and they come to your mind especially when salmon doesn't take. In our opinion every fisherman is a bit of a Goofy Man.
Fly dreamers
Argentina
Jun 19, 2012 • Articles
By Nicolás Schwint and Luis San Miguel. April lives in British Columbia and is an avid angler and steelhead, salmon and trout guide. She was born with an unexplainable passion for fishing. As a young girl she coaxed her father into going fishing and by the age of sixte... View More
By Nicolás Schwint and Luis San Miguel. April lives in British Columbia and is an avid angler and steelhead, salmon and trout guide.  She was born with an unexplainable passion for fishing. As a young girl she coaxed her father into going fishing and by ...
Max Sisson
United States
May 15, 2017 • Photos • Mobile App
Struck some California gold
Struck some California gold
Max Sisson
United States
May 14, 2017 • Photos • Mobile App
Put the Old man on a birthday fish
Put the Old man on a birthday fish
Christof Menz
Austria
Apr 22, 2017 • Videos
some impressions of a trip in feb 17
Jolly Jean
United States
May 13, 2017 • Photos
My first Striper!!
My first Striper!!
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Lockyer  Fishing
United States
May 12, 2017 • Albums
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Ed Hoy
United Kingdom
May 11, 2017 • Photos • Mobile App
Lovely brownie out of the River Kennet
Lovely brownie out of the River Kennet
Chris Watson
United States
May 12, 2017 • Photos • Mobile App
Provo river utah. Along with the rest of the rivers near there. Normal flows are around 4 to 600 cfs. Starting tomorrow Saturday the 13th the spillways will be open bringing flows up to 1800 cfs. Be...view moreProvo river utah. Along with the rest of the rivers near there. Normal flows are around 4 to 600 cfs. Starting tomorrow Saturday the 13th the spillways will be open bringing flows up to 1800 cfs. Be careful out there.
Provo river utah.  Along with the rest of the rivers near there. Normal flows are around 4 to 600 cfs.  Starting tomorrow Saturday the 13th the spillways will be open bringing flows up to 1800 cfs. Be careful out there.
Kid Ocelos
Brazil
May 8, 2017 • Photos
Boa noite... Ai Bruno Ceppo me perguntou: Vei como é mesmo o Popper Sr. Miyagi? E eu disse, mano é assim!.. RSSS!!! Abração mano vei!!
Boa noite... Ai  Bruno Ceppo me perguntou: Vei como é mesmo o Popper Sr. Miyagi? 
E eu disse, mano é assim!.. RSSS!!! Abração mano vei!!
Brian Mack
Canada Professional Profile
May 11, 2017 • Photos
Squamish River, British Columbia
Squamish River, British Columbia
The last of a tungle tarpon
The last of a tungle tarpon