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Tying the Bunker Ta…..fastlike!

Tying the Bunker as fast as possible! I wish we could tie these articulated streamers this fast. A little marabou, dumbbell eyes and sculpin wool is all you need!

Happy holidays everyone!!!  We hope to tie, fish or hang with as many of you as possible!  We look forward to another year of hogs, epic trips and even a few failures if we can manage!

Day on the Green

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After waking up at 2:30am to head down to the Green River for a day of fishing here are some photos to show off the results, enjoy. Read more…

Deriving A Dream

This is no trophy fish story, and more than we all would like to admit it,  a certain comradery is formed as we fish together.   Often all that remains of epic adventures are a few fish stories and mostly, the company we shared in that experience.  I can remember hundreds of times fishing with my father and grandfather, yet when i think back i can’t remember ever landing a fish.  I am sure there were many caught and lost over the years but what remains are the impressions of people who brought me to their favorite finspots and how their influences shaped the corners of my soul.

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Brown Trout VS Kokanee

While performing Kokanee Salmon counts on a local river, I witnessed something quite amazing! An angry brown trout trying to consume a kokanee!! Check this out!

Trout Trio

I want to introduce you to a well know fly fishing area that I spent much of my summer fishing, it was a place where I didn’t think I could catch big fish or even numbers of fish, but I was introduced to a body of water where I learned alot about trout and fly fishing. The Logan River, located in northern Utah, is home to a large population of Bonneville cutthroat trout. These fish are native to the Logan River. There are also two additional trout species, the brown trout and the brook trout. As you can guess browns and brookies are not native, but thrive in this river. You could say there is the trout trio in the Logan River!

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