Sunday, December 9, 2012
Friday, August 31, 2012
Bring food and fluids for the day. Dinner will be at the river as a group afterwards. You'll need waders/boots, stimulator and nymph type flies, and of course your rod rigged to go.
C&R ONLY!!!!! Barbless Hooks! See the current reg.s for all the info.
Saturday, June 23, 2012
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
will probably do some cutthroat fishing on friday and or saturday or sunday over memorial day weekend at some local beaches for anyone who would like to join. most beaches can handel about 2 or 3 people
may 25 through 29th
I am thinking of around case inlet or purdy or yukon harbor area
cell phone 425 260 4166
of course any trip involves going in and bugging blake and his crew at his shop in gig harbor after words if we have time
Sunday, March 25, 2012
Monday, March 5, 2012
I didn't post this, just set it up on the regular website, so I thought I would do so here also to allow for another avenue to get to the info.
Of course the March Munn Lake trip is gone by, but the rest of the year to date is here:
June 23, 2012. Leech Lake, White Pass Summit, WA. We will meet at Graham Safeway parking lot at 6 am to carpool if we can. Bring food and fluids for the day, we can go to dinner in Packwood afterwards if you'd like. See the current reg.s for all the info.
October Date TBD. Deschutes River (WA), Yelm, WA. I have obtained special access to this gem in an area not accessible to many and October is a great time to go fish it. We will meet at OSLC at 8 am to carpool if we can. Bring food and fluids for the day. We can go to dinner in Yelm as a group afterwards if everyone would like to. You'll need waders/boots, stimulator and nymph type flies, and of course your rod rigged to go. C&R ONLY!!!!! Barbless Hooks! See the current reg.s for all the info.
If you have any outings you'd like to offer up to others to join, send me an email and I can spread the word for you. Send me the date, meeting location, time, species to fish for, etc.
Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Here is the materials list for the Carey Special, yet another one of the Munn Lake recommended flies.
I think the picture shows enough to be able to tie it without instructions.
This is one of the old staples of flies, one you can use anywhere, and should be in your fly box. So simple.
(Photo courtesy of Charlies Fly Box)
Here are the tying instructions and materials list for this pattern, another one of the Munn Lake recommended flies.
This is also basically the same as the Tinsel Minnow, but the Tinsel Minnow has a red hackle fiber beard and optional Jungle Cock cheeks.
This is one of the Munn Lake recommended flies. It is a great fly and super simple to tie. I personally also substitute CDC for the Bright white Antron wing to have two variants in the fly box.
Here is a great tying tutorial for this pattern.
Take note of how the tippets used for the tail are split with the tag end of the tying thread. I learned this a few years ago and use this method for this type of tail all the time now - works awesome!!
Here's the history on this fly, it's a great informative website on the varieties of this fly.
Tie 'em up!