What are they eating?

With warmer temperatures on their way and most of the snow melted away this is the time to stock up on San Juan Worms, Tungsten Bead Nymphs, and BWO emergers!

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Today the fish flipped for the Pink Squirrel of Prey and eagerly pecked away at Size 18 Black Zebra Midges.

Stay Tuned: I hope to add a 9 foot 4/5 weight fly rod to my inventory by the end of the week.

Switchin’ Colors

Today I started fishing with the Orange Scud behind a Pink Squirrel of Prey. A few fish took the Squirrel but most took a Scud. I noticed many of the fish were barely taking the Orange Scud so I switched the trailing fly to a Pink Scud and they began taking it with abandon.

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With temps in the low thirties I hoped the fish would be a little more aggressive. Check out the nymphs page to get your hands on some Pink and Orange Scuds while they’re fishing hot!

The Site Has Launched!!!

Welcome to Whitewater Valley Flies. Take a look at the flies I have available and/or shoot me an email for a custom order.

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Right now the fish have slowed down a bit but still they’re still munching on scud, midges, and pink squirrel of prey flies! I haven’t seen many fish keyed in on midge dry flies yet but stock up-the Matt’s Midge is a late winter favorite.