What's New

  • I have added current fishing reports to the Fishing Report pages. The information comes from fly shops and other sources. In general, these are updated twice a month (or so). As always, the river levels, etc., are updated hourly.
  • I am working on new photos for the standard flies. The steelhead flies are completed, and dry flies and wet flies should be done by the end of November.
  • Steelhead fly pages have been slightly reformatted to make them work better on mobile devices.

Coming up:

  • Finish photos of dry flies and wet flies.

Tight lines,
Your Uncle Fuzzy (aka Scott Richmond)

What's in your vise?. Started by Doublebluff. Latest reply by dragginfly, 12/11 12:18

Earliest Steelhead?. Started by jmwfish224. Latest reply by bigfatrod, 12/11 10:34

Imagesof Fly Fishing. Started by Canuck from KS. Latest reply by dragginfly, 12/11 12:01

Any Westfly events coming up?. Started by Troutsniffer. Latest reply by PhilR, 12/11 12:08

Winter trout. Started by pigs. Latest reply by dragginfly, 12/11 10:56

 

Better Fishing in December?
Read One of These!

Winter Steelheading: Getting the Right Speed. If your fly is swinging too fast, you won't get many winter steelhead. Rob Crandall explains how to do it. (Audio)

Winter Steelheading: Getting the Right Depth. The most difficult aspect of winter fly fishing getting your fly deep enough. Learn how from Rob Crandall! (Audio)

Winter Steelheading: Choosing the Right Fly. Ace guide Rob Crandall talks to Westfly about choosing the right fly for winter steelheading.

Winter Steelhead Fly Fishing: Indicator Fishing. Fly fishing guide Rob Crandall talks to Westfly about indicator fishing for winter steelhead. (Audio)

Winter Steelhead Fly Fishing: Swinging Flies. Fly fishing guide Rob Crandall talks to Westfly about swinging flies for winter steelhead. (Audio)

Fishing the Deschutes with Chris O'Donnell. Join Chris O'Donnell on a Deschutes float and learn how to find steelhead, chose a fly, . . and not lose the boat.

Winter Midges. Most winter anglers aren't using what trout eat the most of.

Cast, Then Step. Sometimes it pays for a steelheader to mix up the usual order of things.

Egg Flies. From fall through winter, eggs-over-easy are on the trout menu.

Western Hatches: Streamers and Nymphs in Winter. When it comes to winter trout fishing, it's not all midges and Baetis.