Sunday, December 6, 2009

Cold weather is pushing up the trout! 12/6


With Fall in full progress and winter coming its making for cold nights. Thanksgiving brought the first real snow fall of the year with a few inches accumulating. The cold weather brings the trout up to the surface and makes for good fly fishing. I went down to the local lake on Saturday and casted an intermediate sinking line and first cast hooked a trout. Lost it half way through the fight. I then hooked 4 more and landed 2 within half hour and headed back up the house. I used a chartreuse and white streamer that I tied. My rod was a 7 weight TCX Sage with Rio line and leader tied to 7lb Blackwater Flouro. Sunday I went back down there with my dog for another half hour session and again landed 2 more trout on the same setup before I headed home. I only live a couple minutes of walking to the lake from my house . It was cold as the storm is coming in and supposed to bring snow most of the week! I believe after this week the trout will be on full chew for the rest of the winter on into spring! If you want to come up for a day or half a day me or my other Guide Greg will take you out. Please email if you have any questions. Our website will be up and running soon.

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

National ProTeam Member for Blackwater International

Yesterday David from Blackwater International asked me to be part of there National Pro Team. I am pretty excited about joining the team. Blackwater is a new and upcomping company that produces the finest fishing line. There Flouro is second to none and by far the best on the market. I have used there saltwater Flouro with a lot of success and have tried there freshwater a with success as well.

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Sunday, October 18, 2009

Calling in Sick. Ha

I was supossed to be working our booth at the dub show. Biggest car show of the year in SoCal. But I decided to go fishing instead. headed down to deep creek with my homie Greg. A 20 min. drive from the house we enjoyed some Sierra Nevada on the way. Got to spot, geared up and started hiking up stream. We fished for 3 hours and each picked up a few nice fish on hopper dropper set ups. Enjoyed the beautiful day. Wasnt the best day as far as numbers, but I think we were both just enjoying our surroundings. I lost a 16" brownie and we saw a few other fish that were in the 16" range.