Monthly Archives: April 2011


San Juan River Nymph Rig

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After I returned from my four day adventure at the San Juan, I received more than a few emails asking about what type of setup I was using while I was there. In answer to those emails I put my artistic skills to the test and drew up a diagram of the rigging that I […]

Fly Fishing Arizona: Rim Creeks (part 2)

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After a great morning of fishing, the wind started to really gust and the temperatures started to climb, so Jason and I opted to try something else. ¬†Sitting on the tailgate while eating some lunch, we deliberated our options and finally sped our way to a fairly well known creek that offered more shade and […]

Fly Fishing Arizona: Rim Creeks (part 1)

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I could tell spring had arrived when I opted not to wear waders. Wet wading in early April is one of the perks of living in Arizona. After a long winter of very poor and sporadic small stream fishing, I picked up a fly tying buddy and pointed the truck north. We opted to head […]