I spent the morning with two great guys on the East Carson, Jayden and his grandfather Jay. It was Jayden’s first fly fishing trip and being only 7 years old, the youngest client I’ve ever had. He picked up casting incredibly fast and is one skilled fisherman when it comes to fighting fish. He was able to land three and had a few more on. We had the most success drifting and swinging nymphs through the riffles. There seem to be a lot of fish in the faster moving water due to the high temperatures and these areas are usually left alone by the spin fishermen. Swinging flies is a great way to catch fish on a fly rod and it is easy to do. Try this technique using small pheasant tails, copper johns, and hares ears in sizes 16 and 18. Jayden was also extremely patient for a guy his age and is a good example of how to catch more fish. Be persistent and don’t give up. Thanks again Jay and Jayden for an awesome morning.
Aaron: thanks so much for a great time on Tuesday. We had a lot of fun. Very informative about the many facets of fly-fishing. You definitely know your stuff and are a great ambassador for the sport and the shop!! I would definitely be interested in doing that again and will be in touch. I attached a copy of the photo you took for us.
Please know if there is anything we can do for you, just ask.
Dan and Ilene Finkelstein
Good Job Aaron! Victor
Victor, my wife, daughter and I had a most pleasant day fishing and I wanted you to know how much we enjoyed the knowledge and professionalism of Corey and Brendan. We all agreed that we’d like to do this again. You’ve got a good team. Thanks, DAN
Another great comment about our guide service! Families are always welcome. Well done Corey and Brendan! Victor
Thanks for hooking us with Peter for our 4 day trip, a week ago. We and he all had a great time. We learned a lot and saw lots of big fish. Although I was not good enough to catch nor bring many in. However we all had a great time hanging out with Peter. We all enjoyed lots of good times and meals together.
Please thank everyone at the shop and especially Peter for helping out us city-folks.
Fun trip for Peter! Well done. Victor
It’s that time of the year, the East Carson River is turning prime! Flows are in the 300’s and the wading is getting easier day by day. Stonefly husks are everywhere, Caddis are starting to pop as well as PMD’s, Yellow Sallies and a few large Mayfly Drakes as well. The evening hatch has been great! Streamers are still fooling a few fish during the day but Stonefly Nymphs, Caddis Nymphs and Little Yellow Sally Nymphs have been the most successful. The West Carson River is prime and has been for a few weeks now. Corey has had a few guide trips on the West Carson Riverthat have caught fish all day long on dries, not big fish but a lot of action! Fish with Yellow Sallies, Humpies, Small Stimulators and Beetles! The Stillwater fishing has slowed a bit but can still be good early in the day and evenings. Look for Calibaetis, Damsels and a few Blood Midges late in the day. Red Lake, Caples and Indian Creek are worth a fish! Call the fly shop for further details and have a great day of fishing!
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