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post #526 of 531
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Nice. Do you have a hopper "hatch"?



post #527 of 531
Yeah we get excellent hopper fishing around late summer here (feb-march).
post #528 of 531
Going to Amelia Island with a guide in a few weeks. Wanted to go for sharks but he said the best way to do that is 50 to 100-foot casts to behind of shrimp boats or continually roll casting for not much else and it's a bit difficult on the small boat I'm going to be in. So we're just going to go for redfish and a few other assortment of fish. Super stoked. Also going to get some flys and see if I can't hit some of the oyster beds before my trip with him.
post #529 of 531
Originally Posted by lefty View Post

Yeah, Western water is in dire straits. I was in Nor Cal in March and was lucky enough to fish the Pitt out of Burney for a few days. Damn Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
near killed me, but the fishing was great. I think they're experiencing summer conditions now so in a month they'll be in full on drought and there's no way anyone's going to approve releasing water to save fish.

Tough times ahead. 

Iceland, dude. Great fishing and the world's most beautiful women. My fishing guide...

Frida Aasen is your fishing guide?? Well done : )
post #530 of 531
Need help. I'm going to Seattle then Vancouver then Portland first week of Aug 3 - 10. Won't have a rod, won't have a car (or limited access to one) so I'm trying to stay near the city. Any tips for a guide that is easily accessible in either city? Would prefer Portland because I'll be staying with some friends so if I catch something I have dinner.
post #531 of 531
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Assuming water levels are okay, rent a car/gear and try for some steelhead. Contact a fly shop.



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