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Asquith vs. X

by | Monday, December 19, 2016 |
Sage 7130-4 X-Spey vs. G. Loomis 7130-4 Asquith Spey

12/13/16 @ local steelhead river, during a day of fishing and tackle testing. It should be understood that there can be no unbiased opinion when...

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Four X7's - Rod Length Matters

by | Monday, December 12, 2016 |
Four X7's - How Rod Length Matters

Everyone wishes they had more magic when fishing for winter steelhead. So we set up a plan to surround ourselves with it. In the X-Series, Sage...

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More on Airflo F.I.S.T.

by | Monday, November 21, 2016 |
The denser the line, the faster it sinks

Brian Kite, (inventor of the deadly Pick Yer' Pocket series of steelhead flies) pictured here using an Aiflo F.I.S.T. Skagit style Spey line....

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Protective Eyewear

by | Saturday, November 12, 2016 |
Why Protective Eyewear is Important!

The teen-ager almost hit me with a blown D-loop. I said, "Where are your polarized glasses, son?" His reply was, "What are polarized glasses?"...

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Metal Head Christmas Party

by | Thursday, November 10, 2016 |
15% OFF everything in the store, except items already on sale!

Metal Head Christmas Party and Annual Winter Steelhead Clinic Please share the day with us at The Fly Fishing Shop! Saturday, December 10, 2016 9:00...

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Dress For Winter Steelhead

by | Monday, November 7, 2016 |
How you dress will make as much difference to your success in winter steelheading as your choice of tackle.

In our neighborhood, winter steelhead weather can mean rain and lots of it. The word "rain" turns most people off, because they associated it with...

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Metolius River During Fall

by | Monday, October 31, 2016 |
The Metolius in Central Oregon is a great year around fly fishing river, but is especially productive during the fall.

The Metolius River in Central Oregon is a tributary of the Deschutes drainage. It emerges from under Black Butte as a fairly large spring creek, but...

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