Whiskey Creek Fly Fishing

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Fly Days of August: Light Spruce Streamer

August 12th, 2009 · No Comments

To me, fall means a transition to targeting larger fish. Since larger fish feed on smaller fish, this means more streamers in my fishing. The Light Spruce Streamer was recommended for sea-run cutthroat trout in the Pacific Northwest coastal waters.
Light Spruce Streamer

Hook: 6x long streamer hook, sizes 2 to 10
Tail: Peacock sword fibers
Body (rear 2/3): [...]

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South Fork Fly Fishing Report

October 17th, 2008 · 2 Comments

Similar to Madonna, Pele and Lefty – where 1 name is enough – saying just a direction and an eating utensil is enough to invoke visions of great fishing.  The South Fork of the Snake is an outstanding fly fishing river.
In early October, I fished the South Fork for the first time. A smart move [...]

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