Guide, Outfitter and chief bottle washer for the Tackle Shop. Recently developing his inter web ninja skills.
Salmon fly season is a crazy time for dedicated fisherman, guides and shop staff alike. The arctic like days are at their longest of the year, fishing late is the norm and taking out with headlamps at 10:30 is common practice to catch the evening rise and make the most of this special time. This leaves all involved drained physically and mentally right when the bulk of the season is still in front of us. Here are 5 reasons to recharge and heal up from the after salmon fly blues.
We are very honored and humbled to be awarded the 2017 Orvis Outfitter of the Year Award at the Guides Rendezvous this past April. This is a huge award and a goal of all Orvis Endorsed Operations world wide.
It is that time of year and everyone is salmon fly crazy around Montana. People talk in hushed tones at the bars about where the hatch is and where they are eating the dry fly. Of the thousands of fisherman that try and hit the hatch each year there are an equal number of theories on how to fish the hatch.