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Spey Clave 2017 Update

by | Sunday, March 12, 2017 |
Three pros will help you build even more line speed, accuracy and control.

Three More Programs to Deepen your Spey Casting Knowledge Spey Clave 2017, First three programsIn the first three sessions on Friday morning, Mark...

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March Brown Mayflies

by | Sunday, March 5, 2017 |
The first "easy-to-see" mayfly hatch of the new season

Western March Brown Hatches Rhithrogena morrisoni (that's the scientific name). Western March Browns (or simply March Browns) are your first...

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Bead Head Midges

by | Monday, February 27, 2017 |
The most abundant and reliable food source for trout and bass during the colder months

Bead Head Midges Walk along the shoreline of the Deschutes River and study the vegetation growing on the rocks in the splash zone. There is a lot of...

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Sandy River Spey Clave 2017

by | Saturday, February 11, 2017 |
Perhaps the largest gathering of Spey casters in the Western Hemisphere.

This year marks the 17th Sandy River Clave. To our knowledge, the Sandy River Spey Clave is the largest gathering of Spey casters in the Western...

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Clackamas Chrome

by | Monday, January 16, 2017 |
Clackamas Chrome, by Big Mike

Big Mike runs out to Barton Park near Estacada, Oregon to get a little time on the water before Snowmageddon 2017.

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Keys to the Winter Baetis Hatch

by | Sunday, January 8, 2017 |
In the west, winter is baetis time.

It probably seems kind of funny, with all the ice and snow in my front yard here in Steelheadville, that I am banging out an article about dry flies...

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