Fly Fishing and beer drinking…

Fly Fishing and beer drinking…

I found these photos on my camera from a trip down south on the Seiver river. Made me smile remembering how much fun we had drinking beers and catching trout. This spot is for sure on my list of trips this coming summer.
Big Cottonwood Creek

Big Cottonwood Creek

I decided to hit up the creek in Big Cottonwood Canyon after shredding Brighton today. I found a small little zone below the snow line that had some nice little runs and shelfs. It proved to be a good sport. I saw or caught fish in every hole you would expect fish to be in. I fished an Elk Hair Caddis on top and dropped a BH Prince Nymph under the surface. Thats my go to set up and it always works for me. I hooked fish on both flies. After about an hour and a half of fishing I landed more fish then I could count on two hands I had to split. I had a great time and was stoked to see them taking Caddis’s again. I look forward to more sunny days this weekend. Fish...
East Canyon Creek & Upper Provo Fishing Report

East Canyon Creek & Upper Provo Fishing Report

I had a few hours to kill after taking the morning off to go to the dentist. I hit up Bryan who was on his day off to meet me at the river. We started at Kimball Creek just above the golf course. At first site we notice the water level looked a bit higher then normal and that it looked a little dirty. Kind of a caramel color. Still Figured we would give it a shot. Fished it for about 45 minutes. Bry hooked in to a couple a fish but both of us felt that it should have been better then it was. I think Kimball Creek is going to be dirty for the next little while with snow melt effecting it. We decided to head to the Upper Provo. Both Bryan and I set up Drys and Drops on our 7’6″ 2wt rods. I went with a Elk Hair Caddis and a BH FB Pheasant Tail. Bryan went with a BWO and a Green Copper John. Both set ups proved to be effective. First hole and second cast I caught a small brown on the Caddis. Fished it for a few more minutes and then proceeded to catch up to Bryan at the money spot. I watched Bry make a few cats next to some sticks. He had mentioned he saw a nice fish flash but didn’t think he could get to it with out snagging up in the sticks. He gave it a few more casts then decided either snag or fish but to go for it. It was worth the risk! Bryan hooked his...
Weber fish report

Weber fish report

Went out on the weber last Sunday to test out the waters. Myself and the other guys were quite skeptical on staying since we didn’t see any action on the surface for quite some Time. Wejen we arrived to “rippin rock” mouse threw out a small matt’s midge and he immediately began to get hits. GAME ON! Here’s a couple of photos throughout the day. It was a good...