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Oregon

Howdy everybody
I was googling some stuff for fly fishing and this site came up. I'm recently getting back in to fly fishing after about a 10 year break. I grew up in Southern Idaho and spent a lot of time on the for
Fishing Private Land on the San Juan!
Nice little video, although I assume you didn't shoot it. I checked out the website for majestic enchantment and it's good to know I have other options besides the public water below the dam. The webs
Hairwing Atlantic Salmon Flies
When my daughter lived in Oregon, I went there several times to pursue Atlantic salmon without luck.  :)
Ordering Tying Materials
I have to agree with supporting the local fly shop.  That's always my first choice.  But as we all know, no one store has everything you need...and that includes the online stores.  You
LARGE sulpher?
Looks like a Hex to me. I've fished the Hex hatch in the midwest on a couple rivers and here in Oregon on several stillwaters. Big bugs and big trout, a great combination.
Where to find "these" Vinyl stick on eyes..?
Here is his contact info.   steelprince@outlook.com   (541) 517-9448 Eugene, Oregon, United States   http://r.search.yahoo.com/_ylt=A0LEVjA_nZNZXbQAN.oPxQt.;_ylu=X3oDMTBydDI5cX
Fishing the San Juan River
Well that's good to know, I'll have to try and find Baetis Bend when I'm there. We have a couple similar tailwaters here in Oregon, and although most people use nymphs I've found the dry fly fishing
How long to get "proficient" at tying?
Practice, practice, practice.  If there is a fly shop near you that offers classes, take one.  I have been tying for over 60 years. every year I go to a expo in Oregon and try to take at lea
squirmy wormy.....
I bet those are effective, but kinda walking the edge (or perhaps blew right by the edge) of what I'd call fly tying. Here in Oregon molded plastics that imitates eggs and worms are considered bait an
Feather Emporium ??????
  This is what I ordered on May 2nd     ... on a ladder painting and he would call back ...   ... He was chasing his dog that was loose ...   ... he said that he had been
Jvise
DrVette, The lighter colored wood is the piece that he sent with the vise. The darker wood is the same, African Rosewood, but sourced at local supplier here in town. I sent him a sketch of my bench a
Renzetti Master Vise Rotary Parachute Attachment?
First time posting- I don't know if this is helpful in stirring up some creative juices but the JVice gallows tool might give you some ideas in coming up with a rotary gallows tool. I  got a JVic
hello, from Oregon
Welcome to the site, Spiral. Oregon is one of those States I've only spent a short time in.  Looked at Sequoia Trees and the coast line.  Never got a chance to fish there.  I'm looking
Hello again..
Washington is on top of Oregon which is on top of CA, not a bad guess though.
The Down Home Pride Swap
I'm in with an Oregon TBD. For those looking for a California pattern the Sierra Bright Dot was invented in the east side of the Sierra.
Years tying flies
I've been tying for 60 years.  I had a fifth grade teacher, Mr. Miller, who was a fly tyer and fly fisherman.  We had after school clubs and he started a fly fishing club.  My older bro
Spruce...
I'm not sure about the origin of the name. The Spruce Fly was developed by the Godfrey brothers, Bert and Milo, around 1918 on the north Oregon coast. There are a lot of Sitka Spruce trees in the area
West Coast Salt water
There are non-traditional saltwater fishing opportunities to the north as well. Surf Perch from Oregon and Washington beaches, Salmon from Puget sound beaches, Sea-run Cutthroat in estuaries and even
Overhead Casting ?
H Jack,   Any fly rod can be used to Spey cast or traditional overhead cast. By convention, a overhead cast is where the line is in the air entirely on back cast and forward cast.  Many will
I've been fortunate
I am recovering from heart surgery, which has given me the time and inclination to reflect on the good things that have happened to me. I was fortunate enough to live in CO, Oregon, Washington, Flori
August Flies From the Vise
Oregon Orange Caddis Kinda like a Caddis Variant with a modified abdomen. hook -Dai Riki 305 #10 thread - Danville 6/0 black abdomen - dubbing orange body hackle - grizzly dyed hot orange wing - dee
Eighth Annual Casting for Recovery Project
Wooly Buggers for the women of the Southern Oregon Retreat
Steelhead
I dont really know much about ohio steelhead, but if you are flying somewhere to target them I would go Northwest. There are a lot of rivers in Oregon and Washington that have summer runs. The rogue r
Who makes the longest streamer hooks (straight eye)
You haven't answered my questions so apparently do not know the pattern or hook size. I don't even know the action you are looking for. It would be easier to help if I had the answer. I have an O
Shakespeare Wild Series???
Hey there, I am looking into the Shakespeare Wild Series combo. I have a rod and reel in Oregon I just cannot afford to have it shipped to me. So as an alternative I am looking into the Shakespeare ro
Hello!!
Hello Everyone!   I am new but not new to this forum. My name is CheyAnne, Some of you may know my father Rocky Maley. I have an old account, Unfortunately I cannot seem to remember any of&#
Opening Day Trout Swap
We really have no opening day in the Carolinas.  Oregon and California have trout stream opening day the last Saturday in April.  Many other bodies of water are open year round, but the
Happy New Year!
Just bought my California license online for the first time.  Oregon and California are calendar year, but California is thinking about going to a 12 month from date of purchase. 
Introduction..
Originally from Northern California.  After 45-years in Washington I am headed home to the Lost Coast (in 55-days)...  The fisheries are in such terrible state here I don't know where to b
Honeymoon in oregon, need your help
I live in southern oregon, the rogue river has some of the best steelhead fishing in oregon. There is also the umpqua which has great smallmouth fishing, or if you dare, the smith river and you can go
Steelhead Time
Welcome Horseshoes, Bruce and Rogue Flies.  We are half way to a swap.  Really good to see another Rogue River guy on the Forum. Heck yeah, gotta love southern oregon! You from around ther
Hello from Middle TN
Hello, been snooping around for a few weeks. I began my fly fishing when I was about 10 my uncle took me to an outdoor hunting and fishing expo in San Mateo. There was a man who came over the loud spe
Rather irritated
kennebec12   Brewer City Ordinances Chap. 35 - Art. 1 Sec. 100 ARTICLE #1- DISCHARGE OF FIREARMS ORDINANCE (#1) SECTION 100. DISCHARGE OF FIREARMS PROHIBITED. No person shall discharge any rifl
Free Kindle - Our Love Will Go the Way of the Salmon
http://www.amazon.com/Our-Love-Will-Way-Salmon-ebook/dp/B00R9T9ORU   [i]Our Love Will Go the Way of the Salmon is a book of fathers and sons, love lost and regained, haunted pasts, and snake smug
Southern Oregon Tying Hangout
Calling all Southern Oregon Fly Tyers and People who want to learn the art of tying. I want to do a get together tying session/ teaching thing. Free of course cuz I'm not good enough to charge for tha
license holder
Not in Oregon.
Leaches in rivers
When my brother and I were going to fish the Wood River in Oregon, we were advised by a local fly shop to use a black beadhead leech.  When I ran out of the leech patterns that I had bought, I tr
Rods on planes
On the leg from Portland to Redmond Oregon in a prop jet, I was told to check my 4 piece rod case. I believe it would have easily fit. On a leg from Redmond to Salt Lake City, the stewardess removed
June Flies from the Vice
Kolzer Firefly Body can be tied in red, yellow, chartreuse, etc. hook - TMC 5212 #10 thread - Danville 6/0 brown tail - deer hair dyed dark brown body - Uni-stretch orange body hackle - brown (under
Smoking your catch
Alder is a good, mild, smoking wood. Ours look like this.   They grow along about every stream in western Oregon.   I have only used the Little Chief and Big Chief electric smokers. They wo
Got to be New sometime!
Hi, I got an invite from a friend the other day for this form. I have been tying and fly fishing since middle school 20 years. I grew up in trout heaven in southwest Oregon and now live wherever the w
Reintroduction
Yes it is. Originally from Michigan, then the Oregon coast.
I hit a turkey!
  It's also illegal in my state. Some people are incredibly stupid. The game officers have decoy deer they use to catch poachers. Ususally they catch people shooting from the road or out of se
Great Expo
I have been on the look out for one of these for some time. I went about 16 or 17 years ago back in Oregon and it was the best time ever. I will keep looking since it sounds like they still going on.
Drift Boats
These boats were developed in my home waters in Oregon. Don Hill, a source for plans, recommends 17 or 18 for fly fishing.http://www.dhdriftboats.com/driftBoatPlans.html
Fools Gold
thanks eide,i enjoy tying steelhead patterns especially the classic pacific northwest ones i live in oregon next to the rogue and applegate river Both have great steelhead runs.
Streamer Swap Pics
The white one is a flesh fly. Here in Oregon, with the Salmon and Steelhead spawn, it's a good pattern. The bead allows it to be used as an egg sac as well.The rabbit strip is "two tone cotton candy"
Classic Dry Fly Trout Swap
I had honestly thought about a March Brown but atx grabbed it first. I have only tied a handful of Quill Gordons, so I am looking into some of the older versions right now thinking about dun hackle an
Crane Prairie Special
Years ago I tied and used this fly with great success at Crane Prairie Res. in Central Oregon.   Over the years I apparently used my last one. I can not remember what it looked like any longer. I
Glad to find this forum
I just found the forum. I live in Springfield Oregon, near the Willamette and McKenzie Rivers. Have lived here for the majority of my adult life. I grew up in Western Montana and still have a love for
Steelhead Swap
I will be tying a Green Butt variation used in Northern California and Oregon for Steelhead. mcgx2
Great Lakes Steelhead?
interesting. what would be considered East/West? East coast= Florida, Georgia, S. And N. Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Conneticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, and Maine. Plus
February Flies from the Vice
These are headed to Oregon to one of our members. 2/0 sulking sculpins on partridge predator hooks.
recommendations for a rod and reel outfit
Wind is something to wory bout but most of my fishing down there will be in the albemarle sound where I know a good number of spots tht I can wade out a bit and also around oregon inlet. I looked on c
Double Down Streamer Swap
Mikechell,Give him a break. He was angry that his dog got into his stuff "again". I've had a dog that broke into or out of just about everything we used to keep him in or out. If he has a dog that won
Sad news
I was at the Albany, Oregon show in March of 2013 maybe.  I saw the tyers list and thought "Wow- Chris Helms is here"  Went right over there and watched him tie a deer hair bug from start to
New swap...Too much Whiting saddle hackle
It takes a while to get from Oregon to NC, but the hackles arrived today, hot pink and a dark pink.  Now, let's see what we can come up with....
How did you get into fly fishing?
My story is starts out the pretty much the same as several other posters.   I have fished for trout as long as I can remember. Some of my earliest memories are of family camping/fishing trips. Da
New member, here
Sorry to hear you left Paradise (Florida) for the Frozen North (Oregon). Glad to hear you're enjoying yourself up there. Welcome to the site, sit back, relax and post a few pictures of those weird nor
New Construction method for nymphs
I think they would be legal in Oregon's fly fishing only areas, except for the North Umpqua, where the wire would disqualify them.   They look too artificial for my particular taste.
Chocklett's Body Wrap
Oh yes, the Game Changer! I went fishing in Oregon for a week earlier this year and was suppose to learn to tie that fly. We never got around to tying on that trip, but I did get to play with the pens
High Elevation
Thanks for the comments everyone.  Photos are from the Eagle Cap Wilderness, Oregon.
Powered vises
Also I have heard of vices being made from old treadle operated sewing machines. Still human powered, but not in the usual way. Sort of fits this category I think.     There was a commerc
A duck showing off...........
He might be doing a touchdown dance for the Oregon Ducks!
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