When using cowbells or flashers for lake or ocean trolling, the Snap-Loc® can be a real line saver. Attach a small Snap-Loc® to the front eye of your swivel and all the twist and spin stays between the swivel and lure.
Add a small round split shot to turn a dry fly into a wet fly or just to get that wet fly down to the fish faster. Some place shot at the eye; others space it out six inches. Bouncing a high floating fly like a Elk Hair Caddis along bottom is sometimes effective too.
Steelhead and rainbow trout are the same species, but rainbow trout are freshwater fish only, while steelhead are anadromous, meaning they go out to sea for part of their lives.
The Deschutes River (pronounced /dəˈʃuːts/) in central Oregon is a major tributary of the Columbia River. The river provides much of the drainage on the eastern side of the Cascade Range in Oregon. The river is world renowned for its fly fishing. It is home to a unique wild and native strain of Rainbow trout [...]
Brown trout can live to ages of 20 years and are active both by day and by night and are opportunistic feeders.
Look at these great Speckeld Trout Captain Scott recently landed using Water Gremlin Egg sinkers. Thanks Water Gremlin for bringing my baits to the fish and keeping me in the strike zone. The Gremlin gives a thumbs up on those beauties.
Lake Shasta, also called Shasta Lake, is an artificial lake created by the construction of Shasta Dam across the Sacramento River in Shasta County, California. Due to its relatively low elevation, Shasta fishes well year-round. Like most lakes in California, summer time scenery isn’t the greatest, but it’s beautiful fall through spring — especially when you [...]
What a nice Rainbow Trout I caught while Fall fishing on Skaneateles Lake. The Gremlin likes this one! He always appreciates a beautiful Fall day, Good Friends and Good Fishing!