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Summer Terrestrial Hatches

Summer Fly Fishing The Terrestrial Hatches

It’s terrestrial time on our Mt. Hood lakes and streams!

The trees that surround mountain streams and lakes are great habitat for Ants, Beetles, Cicadas, Hoppers, Winged Termites and Yellow Jacket Wasps, just to name a few. Higher altitude lakes and streams tend to be a bit breezy during the middle of the day, which means branches over the water turn into a conveyor belts of trout food...

Redington Clark Fork Mesh Vest

Redington Clark Fork Mesh Vest

This quick-dry mesh fly fishing vest with a knit collar is comfortable and has 9 external external pockets. Also available in youth fly fishing vest sizes so you can take your kids fishing...

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Carpenter Ant winged queens

Carpenter Ant Queens

Carpenter Ant winged queen migration flights produce some of the most important hatches of the season.

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Airflo Trout Polyleaders

Airflo Trout Polyleaders

These leaders instantly give you better options of for presentations. Just loop to loop connect them to the tip of any fly line that you normally use for trout fishing...

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Damselfly Nymphs

Damselfly Nymphs

Fishing a damselfly nymph very slowly, within inches of the bottom with a sinking fly line is often productive. Since the water can be cold this time of the year, the strikes can be very soft. Every angler has to stay alert...

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