Fly fishing can be a very addictive sport. Fly Fishing for Trout, Salmon and Steelhead can be a great fall/winter experience.
Fall fly fishing is a great time to be on the water for Trout. Most States have a fall stocking program and when the leaves are turning color adds to the experience.
Fly Tying & Flies
Salmon and Steelhead are typically an attractor and usually bright colors are the ticket for catching these fish.
A basic selection of flies for Trout are Pheasant Tail Nymphs, Hare's Ear Nymphs, Zug Bugs......more to come!
Fly Rods & Reels
A good basic fly rod for small to medium size streams is a 8' 6" 4weight rod. A simple click/paw drag reel will be all that is needed to start fly fishing......more to come!
Fly Fishing Tips
Tippet Rings are an efficient way of connecting your tippet to the leader......more to come!
Sighters and how to use them.....more to come!
Indicators and how to use them ......more to come!
Winter fly fishing can be fun. Fishing on those cold winter days requires fishing later on in the day. The temperatures will be warmer from 12:00pm to about 3:00pm. This time of day will typically be the most productive time to fish. Fishing with small flies is the the ticket. Midges in a few colors, small pheasant tail nymphs, Rainbow Warrior Nymphs is a good start.
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Warm weather fly fishing can be exciting when targeting, Bass, Carp and other warm water species.
We fly fish the Northeast Rivers of the USA like the Beaverkill, Farmington, Housatonic etc. We enjoy fishing smaller streams and rivers and we are always looking for small native brook trout as well.....more to come.