Hi Everyone- The fish are up and on the prowl (except for the kings) and it’s time you put on your waders and get out there. I just got back from Bristol Bay fishing for rainbows, lake trout, dollies + pike. One day of 50 mile winds kept us off the water, but otherwise the fishing was pretty good. Now, some other news.
- Korkers Wading Boots If you happen to be in need of some new wading boots, I’m recommending Korkers that have a lot to offer. I’ve been wearing them for years now because they make interchangeable soles so that you can take them off and put a different soles for different situations. This year their studded soles include Studded Kling-on, Studded felt sole, Studded rubber sole, and Alumatrax sole, all of which are affordable as well as interchangeable. Take a look at all of them at www.Korkers.com and then head over to your fly shop or sporting-good store. I think that you will be glad you did.
- Guess What! RIO is now going to be offering flies as well as fly lines, leaders, tippets and a complete line of spey products in your nearby shop. A wide selection for all species will be available immediately. Should be great.
- Red Tides are killing snook, tarpon, and red fish in Florida due to too to many nutrients entering Florida’s estuaries and coasts due to water mis-management. Resident and everyone that fishes in Florida is asked to protest to the state. A great analysis of the situation can be found on www.anglingtrade.com.
- Far Bank Enterprise the owner of Sage Fly Rods, Redington, and Rio have announced that they have acquired the travel company, Flywater Travel. Many of the customers of both entities are said to be delighted!
- Loon Outdoors Most of you know loon-outdoors, the company that produces products like of Aquel floatant but now they have created a product called LOCHSA, a gel that will quickly penetrate even the most tightly wound fly bodies. There’s another new product that is worth trying called FLY SPRITZ that comes in a spray format and is water/alcohol based. They have also created English-made tin weights (ie split-shot). That’s one I’ll have to try.
That’s all for now. How about sending us a photo for the web site?? Cheers!! Pudge