This Saturday march 26th from 2-4pm we will have Brad Kreager showcasing some of his go to fly patterns for fishing the Southfork of the snake. Brad is a long time guide through the south fork lodge and is well versed in many aspects of the sport. Swing by and pick up a few tips and patterns for tricking trout on the south fork.
Every wonder how someone got that sweet looking extended body on a mayfly or damsel nymph? In today's video Brandon shows us a very simply way to achieve this. This technique covers a wide range of materials and fly patterns.
Smallmouth bass are becoming an excellent fly rod target and we just so happen to have a great fishery right in our backyard on the snake river. Larry will be doing a short presentation going over techniques, rigging, and were to find these ditch pickles. He will follow things up with a fly tying presentation showcasing a couple of his favorite flies to chase them. Presentation will be at Goody's on February 9th at 6:30pm put on by he SEIFF Club. Call the shop for more details and hope to see you there.
Larry shows an up close view of how to set up a vertical nymph system with egg flies. The same methods are used when using nymphs, balanced leeches, and other patterns you would use under an indicator.
Fall fishing is one of our favorite times of the year at Snake River Fly. Sure, the glory hatches are dwindling and the days get shorter and nights get longer, but the fishing can be amazing! Matching the hatch this time of year can be tougher than in mid summer. Typically the bugs get smaller and the fish can be selective after a long summer of anglers casting everything in the box at them. However, The fall fisherman can find trout willing to play if they switch their tactics to match the food source available. Minnows and other baitfish that have spent most of the summer in the shallow and protective waters near shore are...
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