Gentleman & Ladies! its Valentines day tomorrow. better get your plan together and execute it! so you don’t end up with a Cutthroat!
The Age Old Question. There is one question I am asked more often by more anglers than any other, whether in the fly shop or on the phone. It seems like a simple enough question, at least to the one asking it: “What flies should I use?” The answer is not as simple as you…Details
The fishing was spectacular on the Fremont River today! okay Okay. maybe it was because on this short fly fishing trip I was accompanied by my Daughter Miriam. Bicknell Bottoms The bottoms are essentially a giant marsh with plenty of Mud, Reeds, Cattails, and ducks. it was once a slowly meandering beautiful stream that wandered…Details
It’s Winter Here In Southern Utah.The Fly fishing Streams are Quiet. I found myself wandering the streams alone, unless you count the weasel hunting the shoreline for voles or unwary chipmunks checking on their winter stores.Fly Fishing Southern Utah In The Winter Reminds Me Of How it was over 20 years ago, when few people…Details
Snow has come to our little mountain valley and left it’s first covering of snow, and most of the mountains with 10 to 18 inches of its cold icy grasp! With the winter months the fly fishing is limited to lakes not yet frozen solid, or to the adventure of driving snow covered roads up…Details
Fly Fishing In Southern Utah During The Winter? yes, well…. sometimes, winters here can be brutal, mostly due to cold! its important to remember that the fishing here takes place between 7000 and 11000 feet. most of the water is obviously frozen, that coupled with un-maintained roads covered in Snow means that fishing can go…Details
Tomorrow promises a high in the 60s this will be the last high pressure day before another cold front swings in! These high pressure days make for great fall fishing!!! When the pressure drops I tend to feel it in my ears and back! And it gets cold! Highs in the 40s, 30s and 20s,…Details