Ever think about Mongolia?Then join us for movie night on Jan. 19th 2023 at 7:00PM here at the shop. Revisit the original Trout Bum guys, Chris, Thad, Justin and Brian as they tackle the rugged Mongolian rivers and country side to locate the elusive Taimen. Join us for a fun filled time and of course delicious popcorn. Cheers!!

 
      

Well after much anticipation and waiting the book from Carl Haensel has arrived fresh off the printing press. And what a great book it is. Full of all types of Fly Fishing information and tid pits for the whole state of Minnesota. Lots of updated information about the North Shore and the surrounding streams and rivers around Duluth and the Iron Range. Cannot say enough good things about it, but Thanks Carl!! Come on down to the shop and pick up your copy for that perfect Holiday gift or for yourself. Cheers!! P. S. I do have them on Shopping Cart!!

 

The new Scott Wave Saltwater Fly Rods have arrived. And they are a true pleasure to cast. A bit heavier the its bigger brother Spectrum, it comes in at a smother not so bothersome stiff rod and loads real nice. A Very attractive fly rod with simple designs.  Accurate and true in some pretty blustery winds. We find the Wave as a calling for “Wave Action” and will prove its self over and over again. Come on by the shop and put one in your hands.!!

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Fishing Reports

North Shore: Closed for the season above the posted boundry, falls. Below the boundries the rivers are open year round, when weather permits. Some rivers reporting coaster brook trout fun and out near the mouths there is some coho coming in.  If we get some rain and or snow to the get the rivers up we can expect a run of steelhead. Look out for the weather. 
Bois Brule Wi.    The Uppers is closed for the season. The lower has finally received its rain in the last couple of days, about 2 inches. Enough to bring the flow up to around 230. This is a much needed flow and puts the fish in a better position for the up coming winter.  If you decide to brave the chilly temps use stones and small nymphs or soft hackles with an Indicator. I would leave the two hander at home. 
Lakes: Closed for the season. Lots of woolly buggers and muddler type streamers.

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