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On the Beach 08 05 22

On the Beach 08 05 22

Poking around local beaches at this time of year can bring some nice surprises, especially so when one stops in at an old haunt not visited for some time. Tide was about mid-way through a long, slow ebb. So, there was a lot of shallow, productive water within easy...

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And The Fishing Gods Smiled

And The Fishing Gods Smiled

20+ Hardy anglers rallied around Rod Hamilton at 7:30 am Sunday morning at Royston Beach and listened to his very excellent talk on all things searun cutthroat and fishing them off the beach. The weather was perfect, slight overcast and No wind. And there where fish!...

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On the Little Q. 01 05 22

On the Little Q. 01 05 22

Water level was pegged at 5.11m on the graph. That was about normal height for this time of year. Clarity could be termed as very clear, with a slight emerald green tint. Patches of Fawn lilies, in full bloom, were scattered about the open forest floor. No fresh boot...

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Tangled Lines

What’s in a Name?

What’s in a Name?

Recently, Bud Logan at Gohiking.com wrote this:  “When I was just a boy back in the ‘60s, my family would go camping at the mouth of Mohun Creek (called Trout Creek back then). There was a great campsite built here, and the fishing was just incredible. I remember...

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What’s the Catch?

What’s the Catch?

From the epicentre of counter-culture, beatniks and hippiedom, San Francisco, comes an intriguing start-up “fish” company. No, not another fly fishing tackle purveyor. No, not another “we only catch the big ones” fishing guide outfit. Nor is it another trendy,...

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Ten Years After

Ten Years After

While casting back into the CVFF club website archives, back to January 2019, you will find a rather lengthy piece written on the efficacy of using two flies on your fly line while fishing in still-waters. That article takes flight off the springboard of a previously...

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