The Teton River starts as a few small creeks running out of the Teton and Bighorn Mnts in East Idaho. What starts out as a slow moving river soon becomes a class VI white water after only fifteen or twenty miles of travel. Many of the creeks hold spawning and resident yelllowstone cutthroat trout.
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Location: Southwest Idaho
Type of stream: Tailwater
Angling methods Fly, Spin
Species: Cutthroat, Browns, Rainbows
Access Limited wading
Season: Year ‘round Supporting
Services: Tackle shops, accommodations along river
Short take: Sad, but you gotta eat them ‘bows
Handicapped access: Yes
Closest TU... [ READ MORE... ]
Patrick and I hike down into an Idaho canyon mid october to find some late season cutthroat. I shot this short video during the process. Lots of white fish but the large cutties and rainbows were hard to find. luckily we found a couple hiding
i had to creat a vimeo account to put this one up! there are too many fish for youtube to handle.
a large rainstorm came through while I was out fishing the other day. The tricos were out before and than after the storm the bwos started poppin. over all very awesome day fishing. landed a beauty... [ READ MORE... ]
september means tricos! here is trico parachute i tried up.
thread: charcoal 8/0
tail: micro fibbets
body: black dry fly dubbing
parachute: antron fibers, grey or what ever color you prefer. pink sometimes works well
hackle: miniature blue dun hackle
here is part one of the rod i am currently making. its a 3 piece 12' spey rod. its only my 4th bamboo rod so well see how it turns out.
i didnt show the flattening or sanding portion, but thats very long slow process. i will show that some other time.
look for part 2 soon when i taper the... [ READ MORE... ]
Had a day on in montana and the video starts off with the brown i caught there. Then goes to the Teton valley where i fool some brookies, a yellowstone cutt, and a rainbow.
It was a trico hatch in the teton valley. luckily i could get em to eat size 16 immitations and stayed away from the 18 and... [ READ MORE... ]
if you have never had the pleasure of landing a fish on bamboo, put it on your bucket list. a five weight rod can offer great bends on small fish and amazing fights on fish over 12 or so inches. if you would like to purchase one, give me a shout. can do a custom order depending on the situation
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