We decided to write this blog as a way of sharing some of our stories from past experiences fishing, tying flies, guiding, and traveling. Most of which are completely 100% true except for the names of people, some stories are slightly embellished and some are mostly made up. It's really for you to figure it out and for us to have some fun writing down some of the truly good memories we have had while immersed in fly fishing.

Monday, March 25, 2013

Blue Winged Olive fun on Spring Creek!

Hello everyone!

With the continuation of the blue winged olive hatch, I thought I would post and tell everyone how exciting the fishing has been on Spring Creek the last few weeks!  

On Sunday, I had an always entertaining and exciting opportunity to fish with my father.  We started around 1:00PM and didn't end until around 5:30PM.  The first step I took into the water I saw fish rising to take blue winged olives and it remained constant for the next several hours.  After that the fish holding along the seems in the heart of the stream fed more irregularly while their counterparts were still taking insects in eddies and slower moving pools along the side channels with ferocity.  This would eventually diminish as well and I packed it in and met dad at the car to debrief our day on the stream.  

Flies that worked: sucker spawn, blue winged olive nymphs, emergers, klinkhammers and duns. 

Below are a selection of photos of a few fish that I caught, enjoy!