Silvey's Flyfishing

Silvey's Flyfishing

Saturday, May 29, 2010

CHUBBY CATCHES BULL



Chubby catches all types of fish on the Deschutes River.
This Bull Trout was caught below Maupin, over the years we usually catch a few Bull Trout
but this is the biggest one I have ever seen below Maupin.

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

SEE CHUBBY FLOAT

See Chubby Float

See Chubby Not Float

Float Chubby Float

See Chubby Get Flushed

See Chubby land a nice Redside
Good Chubby,Good Chubby
Every year there seems to be a HOT fly during the Stonefly hatch, this year its Idylwilde's
Try it they really like it.



Friday, May 21, 2010

SANDY RIVER SUMMEER STEELHEAD

Guided a few days after the Spey Clave and hooked a few fish.
Larry Lessard landed this HOT!!! Summer steelhead on the Sandy.
That was my last trip on the Sandy for the year, Thanks to everyone that fished with me.
Time to have some fun CATCHING those great Redsides!


Monday, May 10, 2010

SANDY RIVER SPEY CLAVE


Its hard to beleive the Spey Clave has been going for 10 yrs now.
I can remember the 1st Spey Clave and Wow it has grown to a Huge Event.
If anybody needs help with there casting look me up on Sat or Sun I would be glad to help!

Friday, May 7, 2010

DESCHUTES RIVER TROUT





Had a great Trout trip Today on the Deschutes River around the Maupin Area.
There are a lot of Salmonflies out in the grass with a few flying but still a week or more from the main hatch.
We had are best luck fishing with #6 Orange Stimulator and a Tungsten Bead Head #16 Black
I was surprised how many big fish came to the Stimulator, but we also had fish trying to eat our indicator.
Its to early to say there eating the big bugs, but it can work great as a strike indicator that fish will eat.

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

SANDY RIVER SUMMER STEELHEAD




Today we hooked 6 steelhead and landed these 2 chrome bright summers. In the Morning the weather felt like it was mid- January, its hard to believe its May after such a mild winter.
When I drove back home over Mt Hood I had to put the truck into 4wd, I didn't use 4wd most of the winter.
That is one interesting thing about fishing in Oregon in early to late spring the weather can be 70 degrees one week and mid 40's the next.
People always ask what type of clothing to bring on a Spring Trip on the Sandy, my reply is bring it all.
Hats, Gloves, Rain Coat, Sun Screen, Sun Glasses, Ski Goggles, Bermuda Shorts, etc.
OK maybe not the shorts.



Monday, May 3, 2010

SILVEY'S DEAD CADDIS

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Materials
Hook: TMC 900 BL #14
Thread: Brown 8/0
Antennae: 2 Brown Micro Fibets
Wing: Spirit River Tan Wing and Thing
Dubbing: Tan Super Dry fly Dubbing
Hackle: Brown