fly fishing instructor
I sat down with Ron Lauzon from TheFlyFishingInstructor.com on the Clackamas River recently to talk casting, fishing and a little steelhead fly fishing history.  Ron gives us a ton of great nuggets in this audio interview, including the 5 essentials of every cast, fly fishing fallacies and the the passion of steelhead. Click Here if your having trouble opening the audio file below I wanted...
mending the line
When I started out swinging flies with a spey rod, my cast wasn’t great.  In fact, it pretty much sucked.  But, because mending the line with the spey is pretty easy (think length), I was able to turn a bad cast into a great cast. After I piled my crappy cast out there, I only needed to pick up and turn over...
egg sucking leach
Why do steelhead take a fly?  Becasue they are looking for food - Maybe?  Because they have instincts from their juvenile self from 2 years previously - Likely?  Because they are aggressive fish and just get pissed that there is this little nagging thing in front of them - Oh Yeah...... All of these scenarios are likely correct at some...
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wind knots
One of the things you will learn about steelhead fly fishing is that sometimes you can put in a lot of time for one shot at a fish.  That one pull that you put in 40 hours for.  You will likely be logging a lot of time and effort until you get that next hookup. I want you to be ready...