Trout Spey is nothing new, it’s just a more effective way to swing flies like streamers, soft-hackles and classic wet flies. Yes, you can use it for nymphing and dry fly fishing, but swinging and stripping is where trout spey works best. The real difference comes when you employ either single-hand or two-hand spey casting techniques. These make for no back casts to worry about, much longer casts, easy, fast changes of cast direction, more effective mending and generally more relaxed fishing. Presentation is largely video-based but includes an equipment show-and-tell at the end.
Trout Unlimited Discusses: The Snake River, Salmon, and Dams
At our next public meeting on Wednesday, April 14th, The Ted Trueblood Chapter of Trout Unlimited presents the Trout Unlimited staff discussing the Snake River, Salmon, and Dams.
We have a once in a lifetime opportunity to restore and recover Snake River salmon and steelhead through Rep. Mike Simpson’s, The Northwest in Transition concept. Broad and all-encompassing we need your help to advance this comprehensive and long-term solution in the Columbia River basin. The time is now to make serious investments in moving the region forward together, to recover our salmon while advancing our economy and investing in the future of our region.
Join us to learn more about the current trends of Snake River salmon and steelhead as well as Rep. Simpson’s, The Northwest in Transition.
Matthew Miller Author of: Fishing Through the Apocalypse
At our next public meeting on Wednesday, February 24th, The Ted Trueblood Chapter of Trout Unlimited is proud to present Matthew Miller, author of ‘Fishing Through the Apocalypse : An Angler’s Adventures in the 21st Century’ as our next guest speaker. This meeting will be virtual, free and open to the public to enjoy.
Kootenai River & Yaak drainage with the Linehan Outfitting Company
At our next public meeting on Monday, March 29th, The Ted Trueblood Chapter of Trout Unlimited presents Tim Flagler’s Hosted Trips to the Kootenai River and the Yaak drainage with the Linehan Outfitting Company.
Tim Flagler is the owner of Tightline Productions, L.L.C., a video production company located in Califon, NJ. Although he produces video programs over a wide range of topics, his specialty is fly fishing. Tim is a well-known fly tying instructor. His YouTube videos are some of the best in the business and his YouTube channel, PracticalPatterns.com currently has over 80,000 subscribers and 24 million views. Almost every week he produces a new fly tying or “how to” video which appear, not only on his YouTubechannel, but also on Midcurrent and the Orvis fly fishing blog as well. Additionally, they’re featured on Trout Unlimited’s national website and in the Orvis Learning Center. Tim also writes a regular column, “Beginner’s Masterclass with Tim Flagler”, in Fly Tyer magazine. Many of his tying videos take the viewer well beyond just the tying of the fly and show what it looks like underwater, what natural entity it represents, and how it can be fished.