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Looks like the upper Guad is getting some good rain. Not enough to get it out of the lower flow hole it's in, but some good rain nonetheless. :) There was a slight bump in flows to around 65 but its back down again. At the very least its keeping temperatures cool. Hope those trout are finding thems...
I'm posting here in the hopes this thread gets going. As a novice tier I'm sure this could be very helpful. One "hack" I have is using materials found at the local grocery or arts/craft store. Many times these are a fraction of the cost of ones actually meant for fly tying. Glass beads: These can be...
At any rate, it's good that we'll have some holdovers. And it's great that we have Jimbo working tirelessly for the organization. He's the most important holdover. :lol: I couldn't agree more. I can only imagine all the logistics that goes into making all this happen. The fish I caught as late as J...
- Sat Jul 15, 2017 12:01 pm
- Forum: Trout
- Topic: Suggestions for guide trip in Vancouver area.
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Next week I'll be driving up to Colorado/New Mexico border to fish the Rio de Los Pinos. I'll post some pics. However what I need suggestions on is the following week I'll be in Vancouver, BC with the misses. Has anyone done a guided trip in that area? Bull trout would be a fun target, but also pink...
- Mon May 01, 2017 12:16 pm
- Forum: Warmwater
- Topic: Striped Bass -Guadalupe River Below Canyon Lake Dam
- Replies: 7
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There's a good size striper in the fast water below #5. How do I know? Because I hooked a good size sunfish and it stole it! Easy meal for that guy.
Hang in there. Last year was my first year fly fishing on the Guadalupe and I was constantly going home skunked. After a year to read, research, and learn from others I constantly have great days on the water. Not one day have I been skunked this year. On most days I catch more fish then I caught al...
- Sun Nov 13, 2016 5:22 pm
- Forum: Flies and Tying
- Topic: What's In Your Fly Box for Guadalupe River Trout?
- Replies: 46
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Thank you for reviving this thread. I'm tying my own flies this season. Right now my box is well stocked with 18-20 size midges and brassies of different color and materials. I need to pick up some hooks and tie some in the 22-24 range. I also tied a range off eggs, San Juan worms, and squirmy worms...