This veiled egg pattern was created by Oregon fishing guide, Michael Gorman, who has used it effectively on the Siletz, Rogue and Santiam Rivers. Steelhead, Sea Run Cutthroats and resident trout have all fallen for this pattern. Flies such as this have been used for many years on the Sandy River as well...
Fish Egg Drift as a Hatch
Fish eggs are protein!
You don't have to tell Alaskan trout fishers that their best hatches are not insect emergence of any kind, it is millions (billions or trillions?) of eggs emerging from spawning salmon and other fish. Most of these egg laying fish are anadromous, meaning that they started their lives in fresh water, then migrated to sea where they consumed saltwater organisms and grew to adult size, then migrated back to fresh water to reproduce...
Loon Nip N Sip
Business in the front, party in the back! Extra-large and comfy-gripped, the newest version of the Nip & Sip is a significant step up...
The Fly Fishing Shop is temporarily closed Sundays and Mondays. That doesn’t mean we don’t do guided trips on Mondays. We are still working hard doing guided trips & fly fishing schools during weekdays.
We are still running with reduced crew and store hours: The Shop is open, and we still answer the phone: Tuesday & Wednesday 6:00-2:00, Thursday thru Saturday 6:00-4:00. Internet and email open for business 24/7.
TWISTONS are compact to carry, require no tools to install and are aerodynamic to cast. You can use partial for a small amount of weight or multiple...
The entire lower 100 miles of the Deschute River from Heritage to Pelton Dam is closed to steelhead fishing
A larger than average Coho salmon run entered the Sandy River O9/29/21. Many are headed for Cedar Cr.
Anglers are also catching coho from the Clackamas in the stretch below Eagle Creek.
Falling water temperatures and late season stocking has stimulated fly fishing in the high lakes.
Falling water temperatures has also in creased caddis and small may fly hatches in the lower Deschutes.
Sea Run Cutthroats are moving in the streams of the north coast.