Fly Fishing Forecast
August 15 – August 22

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“I don’t suppose I ever entirely release a fish. I may not eat it, but that does not mean I take nothing from it before I let it go.” ~Paul Schullery With each catch, no matter its stature, anglers are reminded about all the miracles that had to take place for that trout to exist. Imagine surviving a massive infiltration…

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Fly Fishing Forecast
August 8 – August 15

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“Most fishermen use the double haul to throw their casting mistakes further.” ~Lefty Kreh As we enter the second week of August, there are a lot of great fishing opportunities to look forward to on the Wood, Silver Creek, Big Lost, and the other fisheries in the Valley and beyond. Keep in mind, with the smaller bugs and lower water,…

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Fly Fishing Forecast
August 1 – August 8

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“Fly-fishing is solitary, contemplative, misanthropic, scientific in some hands, poetic in others, and laced with conflicting aesthetic considerations. It’s not even clear if catching fish is actually the point.” ~John Gierach What is fly fishing to you? The next time you are waist deep in a river, take a second and reflect. Contemplate your aesthetic considerations. Think about the experiences…

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Fly Fishing Forecast
July 25 – August 1

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“The music of angling is more compelling to me than anything contrived in the greatest symphony hall.” ~A.J. Mclane As we move into August, the best fishing is during the most pleasant times of day, and with day time highs in the 80s to 90s, the pleasant times have shifted to the morning and evenings. Along with the shift in…

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Fly Fishing Forecast
July 18 – July 25

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“The finest gift you can give to any fisherman is to put a good fish back, and who knows if the fish that you caught isn’t someone else’s gift to you?” ~Lee Wulff This season, our rivers have been blessed with an abundance of wild fish. The finest gift anglers can give to the trout as the waters warm up…

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Fly Fishing Forecast
July 11 – July 18

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“Streams and mountains never stay the same.” ~Gary Snyder While there is a comfortable familiarity to the ritual of fly fishing, it is the unpredictable nature of the sport that brings anglers back. At the heart of this uncertainty is the everchanging river and its inhabitants, the trout.  The Wood is a prime example. From fires to floods over the…

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Fly Fishing Forecast
July 4 – July 11

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“Fishing is a quest for knowledge and wonder as much as a pursuit of fish.” ~Paul Schullery If it is wonder, knowledge, and fish that you seek then July is the month and Silver Creek Outfitters is the place for you. Each of our unique fisheries comes into its own during the month of July. With Tricos on the Creek…

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Fly Fishing Forecast
June 27 – July 4

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“The best fisherman I know try not to make the same mistakes over and over again; instead they strive to make new and interesting mistakes and to remember what they learned from them.” ~John Gierach The best fishermen are always learning. And the best way to learn…surround yourself with avid anglers who love to learn and share this wonderful sport….

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Fly Fishing Forecast
June 20 – June 27

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“There will be days when the fishing is better than one’s most optimistic forecast, others when it is far worse. Either is a gain over just staying home.” ~Roderick Haig-Brown If you have yet to do so, it is time to make plans for your summer fly fishing adventures. Our guides are booking fast, the fly bins are stuffed, and…

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Fly Fishing Forecast June 13 – June 20

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“I have laid aside business, and gone a’fishing.” ~Izaak Walton If you have yet to do so, it is time to make plans for your summer fly fishing adventures. Our guides are booking fast, the fly bins are stuffed, and new gear has been stocked to meet your fishing needs. The rivers are dropping, bugs are hatching, and fish are…

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