There are few things finer than spending the week leading up to the Autumnal Equinox fly fishing the rivers and spring creeks of the Sun Valle… Read more

Fall is one of the angler’s most revered seasons, and those fishing the local waters can expect classic September conditions this week. Mornin… Read more

There are hints of yellow, orange and red up and down the Valley, suggesting fall is coming. These subtle changes coincide with the transition… Read more

With the cooler weather, expect the morning activity to slow and the better fishing to shift to the middle of the day through the afternoon an… Read more

With students returning to school around the country, we may see less pressure on our local rivers. Also, The Nature Conservancy’s reopening a… Read more

The start of August has been cool and wet. This has been a nice reprieve from the heat earlier this summer. As we move into a more stable weat… Read more

July fished a lot like August. Low water, small bugs and spooky fish forced anglers to refine their skills. No doubt we will see more of the s… Read more

Drought conditions make for technical fishing. Success depends on delicate presentations, line management and creative bug selection. As for p… Read more

Hotter than average weather persists, and water levels continue to drop. This means it is vitally important that you pay close attention to th… Read more

The forecast continues to predict hot, dry days for the foreseeable future. Fortunately, overnight temperatures will be cooler, which will bri… Read more

As the water continues to drop and average water temps rise, the fantastic fishing of early June is beginning to fade. While you will still fi… Read more

These are the longest days of summer. The weather forecast is calling for temperatures in the 80s up to the mid-90s with no rain in sight. If … Read more