Truckee River was a blast this past week! Big Browns on drys, just what I have been waiting for!
This spring I will be teaching an 8 hour Introduction to Fly Fishing class through the Community Education Department at Lake Tahoe Community College on Sunday May 10th from 8 am to 5 pm. This intensive course is designed for the beginner as well as anyone who is struggling with their fly fishing skills. Topics that are covered include equipment selection, casting, reading water effectively, entomology and fly selection, presenting the fly properly, as well as others. Check out the college website or contact me for more information. The course is titled Fly Fishing For Everyone. Hope to see you there.
Rick McGuire Tahoe Fly Fishing Outfitters, firstname.lastname@example.org, 530-318-5694
Here is some exciting news! This year we will be offering a 6 Day Intensive Fly Fishing School along side of our yearly Fly Fishing Guide School. We have learned over the last 5 years of doing the Guide School that not all of our participants were interested in learning to be a guide but actually just wanted to become better fly fishermen. This year we decided to take that feedback and offer a school for those just interested in taking their fly fishing skills to the next level. Some of the workshops when appropriate will have both groups working side by side. These include casting workshops, knot tying and rigging, entomology and fly selection, and rowing a drift boat to name a few. All of the other time the groups will be split to work on their specific emphasis. We are really excited about this and we look forward to working with both groups this year. Specific information will be posted on the website soon. If you have questions now, feel free to call or email me.
Rick McGuire- TFFO Guide School Director, email@example.com, 530-318-5694
OK. So you have wanted to learn to fly fish for a long time. No doubt you have thought and talked about it ad naseum. Always an excuse to be found. Well now is the time to get it done right. For a small investment of $100, you can get the proper instruction and the pertinent information necessary to get you started on you own fly fishing journey. And this is the right way to do it. Don’t be one of those guys or gals that trusts their buddy to teach them. Ever learn to ski from one of these people. When I guided I used to see the water littered with these poor souls. I used to think if only they had been given the right stuff from the beginning, they would be having a hell of a lot more fun. I decided to get back in the industry this year because I missed the teaching part so much. After teaching fly fishing classes at LTCC for three years I was able to help quite a few folks like yourself get started. Join me soon. We are scheduled for June 24th and July 22nd. We may add or change dates as necessary but Sunday seems to work best for me. Call the shop for further information.
Rick McGuire TFFO Instructor
On Tuesday, I floated the East Truckee River, with recent TFFO Guide School Graduates, Marcus Bradley and Seth Hofland. While water was high flowing at 654 cfs and slightly stained. We still hooked 9 fish and were able to land 4 of them, all about 12-16″ on the indicator, we did hook two larger fish but like typically Truckee River Steel, they took large runs and came unbutton with head shakes. We had one follow on a streamer but no takes. While Run-off has started, flows are still at a good level to fish and catch fish!! Float Guide Trips are available…. and if you have never floated I highly recommend it!
The East Walker River is fishing well in both California and Nevada.Fishing has been good and all different offerings have been getting bites,dries,nymphs,streamers.Plenty of browns and rainbows to keep you busy.Current flows 63 cfs in California and slightly higher in Nevada.At current flows and warming water temps. we are seeing a mix of winter and spring hatches.Midges and mayflies up high and some stoneflies when you get further down river.Our guide trips have done very well lately.We guide both California and Nevada including Sceirine Ranch private water.With warming weather the next couple of months should fish very well.This is a great time of year to take a guided trip .You can book through the website or call our shop at (530) 541-8208.It’s time to get out and do some fishing,the guys in the shop will hook you up with the right gear and flies.We are still on winter hours 10am to 5pm closed Weds . snd Sun. We will be changing to summer hours and seven days a week soon.
Let’s go fishing!
Peter Santley TFFO
The Fly Fishing Film tour is showing in Reno, Nevada on the 3rd of March. Tahoe Fly Fishing Outfitters is selling tickets at the shop and offering discounts through the show with the purchase of a ticket. See their website for more details. www.thef3t.com
Hope to see you all at the show!
Tahoe Fly Fishing Outfitters
Fly Fishing Guide School being offered by Tahoe Fly Fishing Outfitters amongst the Sierra Nevada Mountains April 30th-May 5th, 2018. Learn to guide on the Truckee River, Carson River and the East Walker River and take those skills anywear in the world!
WANT TO TURN YOUR PASSION FOR FLY FISHING INTO A CAREER?
IF THE ANSWER IS YES, THEN JOIN US AT THE TAHOE FLY FISHING OUTFITTERS
2018 FLY FISHING GUIDE SCHOOL.
SCHOOL DATES: April 30TH TO MAY 5TH
GUIDE SCHOOL 2018 JOIN SOME OF THE SIERRA’S MOST EXPERIENCED FLY FISHING GUIDES INCLUDING MATT HERON, JORDAN ROMNEY AND MIKE WIER AS WELL AS FLY SHOP/GUIDE SERVICE OPERATOR VICTOR BABBITT FOR A ONCE IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY.
SCHOOL CURRICULUM INCLUDES: TEACHING FLY CASTING WITH AN FFF CERTIFIED MASTER CASTING INSTRUCTOR, ENTOMOLOGY AND FLY SELECTION, GUEST SERVICES, GUIDING & TEACHING THE BEGINNER TO THE EXPERT, LOCAL WATERS, RISK MANAGEMENT, FISH AND GAME LAW, PUBLIC SERVICE, MARKETING STRATEGIES, AND MANY OTHER TOPICS DESIGNED TO HELP YOU BECOME THE BEST FLY FISHING GUIDE POSSIBLE.
OUR FIRST GUIDE SCHOOL WAS HELD IN 2006 AND ALL FOUR PARTICIPANTS CURRENTLY WORK AS GUIDES IN THE INDUSTRY FROM HERE TO ALASKA.
CONTACT TAHOE FLY FISHING OUTFITTERS AT 530-541-8208 firstname.lastname@example.org
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Trinity River steelhead are biting and the river is back in great shape after recent weather.Good flows and water conditions have brought in the winter run steelhead and they are responding well.Lots of fresh fish in the river and mild weather should make February a great month on the Trinity.Don’t miss out on this great oppurtunity to get in on some great steelhead fishing.We are getting into several fish a day with some brown trout in the mix.This last week the fish wer eating nymphs under indicators in colored water.Large egg patterns,stone fly and mayflie nymphs working well.The water is clearing and flows dropping which will increase surface activity with on browns and the occasional rising steelhead eating mayfly patterns.When fishing the Trinity we recommend booking two or more days to have the best chance to connect with some of these great fighting fish.I have a WINTER RUN SPECIAL $695.00 FOR TWO DAYS of guided drift boat fishing including tackle and lunch for one or two anglers.To book a trip call me at (530)318-7073 or call the shop at (530)541-8208.Please feel free to call with any questions you may have.I have a good lodging available at at Indian Creek Lodge in Douglas City ,please call for info.
LET’S FIND YOU A STEELIE!
Peter Santley guide TFFO