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Hex Mayfly Hatches in the Pacific Northwest

Hex Mayfly Hatches in the Pacific Northwest

Hexagenia limbata

In the Oregon Cascades there is strong evidence that more than one subspecies of large burrowing nocturnal mayfly may inhabit some lakes...

2018 Simms G3 Guide Stockingfoot Waders

2018 Simms G3 Guide Stockingfoot Waders

The G3 has all the in-river essentials you need, with legendary Simms durability that can stand up to heavy use in rugged conditions.

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Hexagenia Hatch Matcher Flies

Hexagenia Hatch Matcher Flies

Hex hatches offer big trout food. Hexagenia are to our local lakes what salmonflies are to the Deschutes and other Western Rivers...

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Scientific Anglers Frequency Magnum Glow Line

Scientific Anglers Frequency Magnum Glow Line

Wouldn't it be handy to have an idea where your fly line was laying on the water, or when you hook that big trout, which way it ran into your backing. ...

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Fly Fishing with Aquatic Moths

Aquatic Moths

Throughout the summer months you will see many tannish colored, delta wing insects perched in the vegetation at the water’s edge on the lower Deschutes River...

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