Local Steelheading has picked up considerably with the last shot of rain. We are seeing a ton of new, bright fish move into the rivers, as well as a handful of Spring Chinook. As more Springers move in, start looking for Steelhead in tailouts and slower riffles. The deeper pools we were fishing all winter, will be taken over by Chinook.
Beulah Fly Rods Spey Day Presented by Northwest Flyfishing Outfitters & Bruce Berry of Beulah Fly Rod Company
April 11th 2015
Lower McIver Boat Ramp - Clackamas River
Please join us and Bruce for our Annual Free Spey Day
All skill levels are welcome. Learn to spey cast or sharpen your skills, or take the new ONYX for a test drive
All rods and reels will be provided. Please bring waders, boots, sunglasses, and a hat
NW Fly Tyer & Fishing Expo
For more info, please visit their web site.
We hope to see you there!
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Fly Of The Month
Red Sticky Sculpin
Nick Rowell has come up with one of the most productive spring Steelhead patterns available - The Sticky Sculpin. With the low clear water we have this year, this fly has been a go to. It is easy to cast, has lots of movement, and isn’t too big so it wont put off fish holding in a couple feet of water. Tied on Pro Tube components with an Owner hook, this is a staple that should be in every steelheaders box.
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