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Six Best Fly Fishing Lakes

Six Best Fly Fishing Lakes Near Mt. Hood

Near Mt. Hood Oregon

Mt Hood rises to an elevation of 11,240 feet. Because of this elevation, it and the surrounding Cascade Mountain Range pull much of the moisture from the westerly flow that come from the Pacific Ocean, The result is that many lakes and streams collect and channel this water back toward the Ocean from whence it came. Many of these lake and stream abound with sport fish. Some of the larger lakes can be very good for fly fishing. Six of the best ar listed here for your consideration...

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Early Season Lakes Equalizer Fly Kit

Early Season Lakes Equalizer Fly Kit

Lakes offer some of the best early season trout fishing. Shortly after ice-out trout are eating leeches, chironomids, and mayfly nymphs. Retrieve these flies slowly along the lake bottom. Are these all the flies you will ever need? No, but this kit is a good start...

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