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Northern California Fly Fishing Report - March 28, 2016

Northern California Fly Fishing Report – March 28, 2016

American River – Poor. Flows - 3,000 CFS. Temps – 53 Degrees. Water clarity – Off color but clearing.

Northern California Fly Fishing Report - March 10, 2016

Northern California Fly Fishing Report – March, 2016

American River – Flows - high and flooded!(15,000+ CFS) Temps - Mid 50’s. Water clarity – Dark roast java

Currently the American is blown out! USGS reports 15,000 CFS at Fair Oaks, where normally they would be pushing 3,000cfs at this time. The river is probably done for steelhead now that the river flooded. Jordan Romney says “From here on out we are on shad watch. They should be here by April if not sooner.” This should be a great season for Shad, and Striper!

The Super Salmon

Alaska's Susitna River is one of the world's biggest and healthiest wild salmon watersheds. A controversial government plan aims to tap its hydroelectric potential via a $6b, 735' concrete dam. As part of studies done in advance, scientists radio-tagged a king salmon that made an unbelievable journey.

Watch for this short film coming January, 2016.

Northern California Fly Fishing Report - December, 2015

Northern California Fly Fishing Report – December, 2015

American River- Fair Flows are low and temps - high 50’s but fishable. (575CFS)

USGS reports flows are at 575 CFS and climbing. The recent rain should help continue this trend and bring fresh fish into the system.

Northern California Fly Fishing Report - November, 2015

Northern California Fly Fishing Report – November, 2015

American River – Poor Flows are extremely low and very warm (500 CFS).

Catalina Fly Fishing Video - Ken Hanley

Check out this cool video by Ken Hanley on fly fishing off Catalina Island near Los Angeles California. Click on the link to view.

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Paradise Waits by Brett Wedeking

Check out the November/December issue of Northwest and Southwest Fly Fishing Magazine. Brett Wedeking wrote a great piece on fishing on of our favorite remote Costa Rican lodge - Tarponville. Mark Hatter was along as well as Jordan Romney and Mikey Wier as the crew experienced fun and challenging fishing for Tarpon, Permit, and Trigger fish. Pick it up at your local fly shop or news stand and live vicariously through these talented fly fishing pros. If you would like to learn more about experiencing the lush Costa Rican rain forest and and all its amazing flora and fauna in person, please give us a call at (877)228-2477. There is a huge tarpon encounter waiting for you!

Fish on! Call (877)228-2477 to experience a moment like this!: Jordan Romney with a huge Costa Rican tarpon as Mark Martin looks on.Fish on! Call (877)228-2477 to experience a moment like this!: Jordan Romney with a huge Costa Rican tarpon as Mark Martin looks on.

Nymphing the Feather and American River for Steelhead near Sacramento California.

The informative Fisherman show spends the day with Off the Hook's very own Jordan Romney on the Feather and American for steelhead.

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