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Recent Blog Posts
Trout, Trout Waters
We are excited about the new spring season on the Chattahoochee River with a better prevelence of stone, may and caddis flies throughout the tailwater despite the recent high flows from Buford Dam for the May recharge of Lake Eufalia or better know as...
Flies and Insects
Light Cahills will be hatching through the end of June. The nymphs are clinger nymphs that spend most of their life cling to the underside of rocks or between the cracks on the bottom of the runs and riffles of the streams. These nymphs need the fast highly oxygenated water to exist...
Human Interest, News and Announcements
This year was the seventh annual event and it was a huge success by any measure. Everyone had a fantastic time, many fish were caught, and over $220,000 was raised to keep programs running across the nation. The 2-Fly has grown from...
Mayflies are perhaps the most imitated insects within a trout fisherman’s fly box. Both the adult and nymph stages are an important food source in most any trout river across the country. Yet one of the most common mistakes I see my clients make is misidentifying the most common mayflies, or simply misunderstanding the lifecycles. Lets break this...
Trout, Trout Waters
As you know, if a trout sees you, all you will see of him is a flash as he rockets away. My quote for that occurrence is “He is headed for Dixie”. In order to be concealed from the trout you need to understand a little about the trout’s vision. We have reviewed this is greater...
Cadisflies eat algae and as such can be found primarily on the fertile streams that have the lower pH. However, the Little Black Caddis can be found in waters a less fertile.
Now finally we have fly rods to offer! Whether you are a beginner trout fisherman or just starting out in the adventures of fly fishing, we have a superb deal for you. We have added the "Perfect Fly" Superb Five fly fishing Rod to our collection. It is by far the best fly rod and the best deal that we have ever seen and we are happy to offer it...
Equipment, News and Announcements
In our interest of providing the finest products at a very competitive price, we have reduced the price of our fast selling "Perfect Fly" lanyards; and just in time for the new season! With no bulky hot vests to wear, you will enjoy...