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Brown Marabou Lake Leech – Recipe and Fishing Notes

This is a fly tied by a friend who fishes Oregon Cascade lakes each year. In particular, he has been fishing this fly on Gold Lake since the early 1970s, and with great success. I will follow my remarks with … Continue reading →

The sucker spawn

As winter slowly crawls along, most fly fishers are thinking ahead to warmer days on the water. During this anticipation period, thoughts of mayflies, stoneflies, and caddis hatches of epic proportions are often on the mind. And let’s face it, a hatch dense enough to suffocate anyone standing within the cloud of insects is an experience many anglers dream of. While I too dream of… Read More »The sucker spawn

Artist Spotlight: Eeland Stribling

Flylords got to meet Eeland Stribling, a wildlife biologist and educator, talented comedian, and cookie lover based in the Denver area. Eeland shared his passions for conservation and comedy, the importance of outdoor education for future conservation efforts, and the best cookies in Fort Collins. Check out his thoughts below! Photo Courtesy of Eeland Stribling Flylords: Tell us about yourself and your introduction to fishing… Read More »Artist Spotlight: Eeland Stribling

Artist Spotlight: Eeland Stribling

Flylords got to meet Eeland Stribling, a wildlife biologist and educator, talented comedian, and cookie lover based in the Denver area. Eeland shared his passions for conservation and comedy, the importance of outdoor education for future conservation efforts, and the best cookies in Fort Collins. Check out his thoughts below! Photo Courtesy of Eeland Stribling Flylords: Tell us about yourself and your introduction to fishing… Read More »Artist Spotlight: Eeland Stribling

Comeback

Guest Blogger: Michael Vorhis, author of ARCHANGEL suspense thriller, OPEN DISTANCE adventure thriller & more to come It was going to be an epic year. Working from home would give me, in theory, time to get employer deliverables and honey-do’s done with ease, and leave time for more weekend early AM trips to the river. Look out, thou trout! I tied flies and readied leaders… Read More »Comeback

Anglers Net Over $800k in Northern Pike Minnow Bounties on Snake and Columbia Rivers

Featured image from PikeMinnow.Org If you’re looking for a way to get paid to fish while helping protect wild salmon and steelhead populations in the Snake and Columbia Rivers, let us introduce you to the  Northern Pikeminnow Sport Reward Program. “The Pikeminnow Sport Reward Fishery Program, funded by the Bonneville Power Administration and administered by the Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission, pays anglers for each Northern Pikeminnow that… Read More »Anglers Net Over $800k in Northern Pike Minnow Bounties on Snake and Columbia Rivers