Three Forks Ranch Fishing: Situated in the high mountain aspens, Three Forks Ranch straddles the Wyoming Colorado border. This 200,000-acre working cattle ranch is one of the premier fishing destinations in the West. Mountain streams and springs breathe life into the Little Snake River right inside the gate of the Colorado headquarters. The headwaters of this river are home to countless rainbow, cutthroat, and brook trout. This fishery has been the beneficiary of the largest privately funded river restoration project in the history of America. Once a drying giant, new life has been given to the Little Snake River. Sixteen miles of the river has been restored to what Mother Nature may have wished it 150 years ago and 30 oxbow lakes now dot the property, all connected to the river by reopened river channels and all home to wonderful, fighting trout.
The typical week: The first day you and your guide will take off to a stretch of river or lakes and assess your fishing prowess. From there you and your guide will decide which waters you would like to fish. Whether it's catching "big boys" in the lakes or testing your 3-weight rod on the South Fork, Three Forks Ranch has plenty of water for the novice or the purist. Four-wheeler trips or horseback trips to the upper lakes are available if you choose. For those that would like a break from fishing, cattle drives are usually going on which you are welcome to participate in; trail riding, wildlife viewing, hiking, 4-wheeling, and our 14-course sporting clay course are all available to you.
Season - June 10th through October 15th Three Forks Travel: To get to Three Forks Ranch you will need to make travel arrangements to Hayden, Colorado, with connections through Denver. Three Forks runs a free shuttle to and from Hayden, approximately 75 minutes. There is also a county-owned airport with a 5500-foot paved landing strip at Dixon, Wyoming, that welcomes private airplanes. Shuttle is also available from Dixon, approximately 30 minutes. Three Forks also offers its own private aviation service from Denver to Dixon Wyoming. Flights in their five-seat twin engine King Air depart for the lodge at 11:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. daily. The cost is $750 per person round trip and it is the most reliable service to the area. If you are interested in this flight option please contact us and we will make the needed arrangements. There is also a county-owned airport with a 5500-foot paved landing strip at Dixon, Wyoming, that welcomes private airplanes. Shuttle is also available from Dixon, approximately 30 minutes. Itinerary: Three Forks Ranch operates on a very flexible schedule. Various lengths of stays are available, from 6N/5D stays to 3N/2D stays. Select the length of stay you like and the day of arrival. We will do our best to schedule you in. Early booking ensures the dates of your choice. Departure: The evening before your departure, all incidentals purchased during the week should be paid in full. We will have a driver ready to take you to the airport for the various departure times Three Forks Ranch Accommodations:The River Rock Lodge will provide guests with relaxing enjoyment over hors d'oevres and cocktails followed by delicious dinners served in our guest dining room. The accommodations are very comfortable in our nicely appointed Aspen, Alpine and Hidden Valley homes. We do request that there be no smoking in any of the buildings. Smoking areas are provided on the decks of all the buildings. The guest facilities are within walking distance to a large portion of this incredible trout water. But, with over 16 miles of private river fishing and 14 miles of off-channel and oxbow fishing, one of the lodge's superb fishing guides will escort you to the farthest reaches. Catering to a capacity of only 15 guests the fishing opportunities are endless. Personalized service, warm Western hospitality, and great fishing are their trademarks. Three Forks Ranch Meals:All meals are taken at the River Rock Lodge and scheduled to the angling conditions and where you will be fishing that day. On trips to the more distant fishing locations the kitchen staff will prepare a wonderful picnic lunch. Generally breakfast is between 7:00-8:00 a.m. Fishing times are later as we move into September. After a full day of fishing, you return to the lodge in time to relax before dinner, which is usually served around 6:30 p.m. Please let us know if you have any dietary restrictions. Alcoholic Beverages:Three Forks Ranch provides complimentary beer, wine and your favorite mixed drinks. We suggest only moderate drinking before dinner hour. Wading can be dangerous and your guide will decide when excessive drinking has impaired your ability to fish safely. Our elevation at the headquarters is 7200 feet. Alcohol can slow down your body's ability to adjust to the change in altitude. We also recommend that you drink plenty of water and get plenty of sleep your first few nights on the ranch.
Three Forks Ranch Clothing:Dress at Three Forks Ranch is casual and comfortable. The weather can change abruptly so be prepared. The nights and mornings are cool, sometimes in the 40's and the daytime temperatures can climb into the 80's. It is best to dress in layers. Long johns are often worn under fishing pants and wool socks under waders. On top, a flannel shirt, warm sweater, rain jacket, down vest or jacket. Included:Round-trip transfer from Hayden, Colorado, or Dixon, Wyoming. Accommodations based on double occupancy; three meals per day; knowledgeable guide per two fishermen with full fishing services; transportation to and from the river on a daily basis; complimentary beverages. Horseback riding, 4-wheeling, hiking, wildlife tours, and sporting clay course. Not Included:All scheduled commercial air transportation; fishing licenses, sales tax, gratuities, tackle charges, telephone calls, and other incidental purchases.
• Sections: Four
• Length: 10'
• Konnetic Technology construction
• Fuji ceramic stripping guides
• Handle: High grade cork, custom tapered
• Reel Seat: Cocobolo insert, Dark Nickel
• Action: Medium
Sage has finally addressed the world of
European nymphing with their new ESN Fly Rod Series, and what an
entrance they've made. We had a chance fish some Czech nymphs with
the Sage ESN 4100-4 Fly Rod, and although we didn't fair quite as well as
some of the famed tournament nymphers, we still had a successful day
and a lot of fun.
Instead of rambling on about the
technicalities of Konnetic Technology, let's leave it at this: a
narrower, more efficient taper means the Sage ESN telegraphs the
slightest strikes down the rod length so you can set the hook.
The Sage ESN Fly Rod is a medium action
and a compound taper mandral construction. Translation: with enough
flex in the tip for a nuanced read of the underwater action and
enough power in the butt for sturdy hook sets, the Sage ESN is the
best of both worlds. Not to mention the lightweight design makes a
day of high-sticking a breeze on your arm and a blast in the water.
Fit and Finish...
Sage doesn't miss a beat when they
stamp their name on a new line of rods, and the ESN Series is no
exception. The forest green shaft and gold trim wraps give the blank
a great finish, similar in color to the famed Sage Z-Axis. The
cocobolo reel seat is a personal favorite, and the choice to use
aluminum instead of nickel silver improves performance without
compromising the great look. Also, the Fuji ceramic stripping guides
are a great touch and the mark of any quality rod.
Pros: In keeping with Sage's commitment
to crafting the best tools for specific applications, the Sage ESN is
true to it's name: an ultra-sensitive tip paired with a powerful butt
for maximum success with European nymphing.
Cons: Although European nymphing is
quickly amassing a following on this side of the pond, some might not
have room in their quiver yet for this specific application. But for
those who are in the know when it comes to contact nymphing, the Sage
ESN is just what the doctor ordered.
Bottom Line: Sage has once again
delivered on their promise to build the best possible rods for one of
the most fun techniques around. The Sage ESN Series marks a welcomed
entry into the world of European nymphing with the best best
materials assembled by innovative minds.
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The Red Truck Fiberglass Outfit embodies fly fishing in its purest form. A throwback to vintage glass rods, this setup brings a modern, efficient feel to a classic era of rod making. It’s smooth, buttery action and perfect balance make it an absolute pleasure to fish and an outfit worthy of any trout fisher's collection.
Simply put, the Red Truck Glass Outfit is all about a simpler style of fly fishing. Just bring a small fly box, a few leaders, a spool of tippet and the Red Truck Glass outfit. It's like trout rehab in an age where the essence of the sport is overshadowed by “cutting-edge” materials and technologies.
The team at Red Truck was able to take the best attributes of fiberglass and provide a much-needed upgrade. The Red Truck Fiberglass Fly Rod is light and smooth with just enough power; a welcome change from the heavy and noodly rods of yesteryear. Plus, the outfit is incredibly easy to cast and the balanced line makes it extremely efficient.
The Red Truck Fly Rod’s Action is best described as stable yet buttery. It's soft tip makes for effortlessly subtle presentations, while a powerful lower section allows for easy casting when the wind picks up or you're using larger flies. The precisely balanced fly line stabilizes the rod and gets the most out of the rod's action.
The Diesel 3/4 feels like it was built to pair with our fiberglass rods. It’s classically styled cosmetics and click and pawl drag system make for the perfect complement to a rod that looks like it came from your grandad's collection. The click and pawl drag system is really a “set it and forget it” system. I set my drag just above half and it's good to go. The reel screams fly fishing every time you pull off line or hook a fish.
Fit and Finish:
The craftsmanship of Red Truck's Glass Outfit is apparent from the moment you pull it out of the tube. Beautiful maroon thread wraps adorn each hard chrome guide; the top grade cork is shaped into the most ergonomic grip I've ever fished; the rod blank has a nice, translucent honey color that is quintessentially fiberglass. The rod also comes in a retro aluminum tube with our patented Brews-Key, a rod cap with a built in bottle opener.
If you want an outfit that will inspire you to find new and exciting creeks, the Red Truck Fiberglass Outfit is your answer. This 7-foot 6-inch 3-piece rod lends itself perfectly to the best trout destinations and a proud heritage of craftsman fly rods. It's sure to be the sweetheart of your lineup and open up many miles of new water for those days off.
I love fishing this outfit on small freestone rivers and spring creeks. Where will your Red Truck take you?
Jim Arce (Customer and Friend):
My son Paul just picked this as the first fly rod he ever selected all by himself . He is almost 10 and I got him a starter rod a couple of years ago. He saw this rod at the Fly Fishing Show and loved the design and color. He tried it out and cast it very well on his own. I cast it and loved it. It has a crisp medium action that reminds me of some of my bamboo rods--medium full flex and with an active tip. A very responsive rod for a new fly fisher. It was not a tough sell when he asked me if we could get it. We got the kit and love the reel, too. I can already see it will be hard to use it myselft because he likes it so much. A very classic outfit. We love it and can't wait to get it on the stream!
Bill Lowe (Guide on the Lower Yuba River):
Having fished a few glass rods back in the day I was skeptical at first but this rod is a perfect mix between classic action and power for those windy days. I would have no problem taking this as my only rod on a weekend trip in the mountains, it's that versatile! Also would make a great dry fly rod if your other rod is rigged for nymphing for the day.
RetroGLass (fiberglass aficionado):
I am a fiberglass nerd. I have 50 or so different fiberglass rods that range in price from 50-700 dollars. This rod is now one of the best rods in my collection. It lacks the charm of my older used outfits but as far a new rods on the market this outfit wins. I decided to get the balanced to cast the rod as the designer intended. This has proven to be a wise decision.
R Stevens (Customer and friend):
After making two casts I realized I had found the perfect rod for my favorite fishing. Dry flies on remote waters in the Sierra Nevada. The rod action makes it a treat to cast and with the classic reel this is a perfectly balanced outfit. This is definitely my go to rod from now on
John Day River Fishery and Trip: Running over 500 miles, the John Day is the second longest free-flowing stream in the United States. It is protected as a "Wild and Scenic" river under Oregon Scenic Waterways Act. The country is characterized by steep basalt canyon walls, juniper, and sagebrush dotted hills, abandoned homesteads, and petroglyphs. This is one of the most culturally rich river corridors in the state. Human presence in this system spans more than 10,000 years. For thousands of years the Northern Paiute lived on this river they called the Mah-Hah. In 1805 these canyon dwellers met their first Europeans, the Lewis and Clark expedition. In 1812, the river was renamed the John Day after one of the members of the Astor-Hunt overland party. It was the discovery of gold in 1860 that advanced pioneer settlement. The John Day River is truly the Grand Canyon of Oregon. The river's serpentine course through vertical basalt cliffs has, at times, an almost haunting feel. This river was also home to huge runs of Steelhead and the famous Columbia River Chinook Salmon, which averaged over 100lbs. At present, the system has one of the last all-wild runs of anadromous fish east of the Cascade Mountains. The John Day River offers some of the best Smallmouth Bass fishing in the country. In 1971, approximately 75 Smallmouth Bass were introduced to the river and since then they have flourished! Bass season is at its peak from mid-June to the end of August. It is not uncommon to hook in excess of 75 fish per rod per day. These fish average from 8"-12', with larger fish in the 18"-20" range. The big fish for 2002 was a 21.25" monster that weighed 6.4 lbs!! This is the perfect river to introduce new flycasters to the sport, as the fish are typically aggressive and plentiful. The majority of the fishing is done from the boat and from the banks looking for feeding fish. When the shade is on the water, anglers fish with poppers and surface bugs, when the sun on the water anglers typically fish muddlers and woolly buggers.
John Day bass trips are multi-day rafting, camping trips. For our day float trips we use the Twinkingham to Priest Hole portion of the river, or Service Creek to Twinkingham. For our multi day camping trips we use either the 30 mile, Twickingham to Clarno stretch or the 70 mile Clarno to Cottonwood segment. Camps are set-up each day by our baggage crew as we progress down the river. When you arrive in camp, sit back and relax, have a cocktail, or fish the camp water. Your tent for the night will be set-up and your baggage will be waiting for you. All meals are skillfully prepared streamside by our staff. The outfitter takes a lot of pride in meals. A sample dinner menu might range from Lamb brochettes with black olives and mint vinaigrette, Moroccan-spiced chicken with rosemary oil, to good old dutch oven lasagna. The outfitter provides hammocks, a unique luxury in the field, for afternoon siestas. They also provide all of camping gear with the exception of your sleeping bag and pillow. We carry all drinking water, however, we don not provide alcohol. You are welcome to bring your own if you desire. Please pack liquids in plastic containers only. Except good wines!! John Day River Accommodations:Camps will be set up in advance of your arrival by members of the staff. Anglers need to bring their own sleeping bag and pillow but cots are provided. John Day River Clothing:Quick dry shorts and pants, quick dry long sleeved shirts, Rain gear, fleece top, sun hat, river sandals, and camp shoes. John Day River Travel:If you have a private airplane there is a good airstrip in Condon, you will be picked up at the airport. If you are flying commercially Portland, Oregon is usually the best choice. Upon your arrival you will need to rent a car and drive to Condon, Oregon (2.5 hours). Please be sure to get fishing license PRIOR to your arrival to Condon, they may be purchased in Biggs Junction. The warehouse (541-384-6566) is located in Condon at the corner of B & Fall Street. There are two lodging options in Condon the Hotel Condon www.hotelcondon.com 800-201- 6706, or the Motel Condon 541-384-2181.
Please make your reservations early as spaces fill up quickly. Also, please let us know where you are staying. The guides usually meet up with you the night before at the Condon Hotel Restaurant. If not, then meet at Cafe across street as 6 am. John Day River Climate:Typical summer temperatures can range from the lower sixties to the mid nineties. Rain, while unlikely, can occur so come prepared. Included:Meals, accommodations, and guiding.
Not Included:Overnight in Condon, wine, alcohol, licenses, flies, shuttles, and gratuities.
Welcome to eastern Shasta County's newest and most remarkable fly fishing destination! We've combined the ambiance, elegance, and spacious accommodations of the extraordinary 1921 Arts and Crafts-style Pit River Lodge with the talented guide staff, creative menus, and renowned fly fishing schools of Clearwater House on Hat Creek to create a brand new, full-service fly fishing destination. We offer meals, accommodations, and guiding and instruction on northeastern California's five great wild trout rivers and spring-fed stillwaters. Clearwater Lodge Fishing : The Fall RiverThis famous spring creek rises clear and cold from Thousand Springs, in the shadow of Mt. Shasta, and flows nearly thirty miles through the lush Fall River Valley. Its large wild rainbows come readily to a well-fished dry fly or nymph. Fall River's legendary hatches range from the tiny #22 Trico spinner to the giant #6 Hexagenia mayfly. Fall River is fished only from aluminum prams with electric motors.
Hat CreekHat Creek is California's version of the chalk streams of southern England where fly fishing was born. Managed for wild trout only for over twenty years, Hat's rich waters support a diverse insect population and thousands of trout per mile in the three miles of Trophy Water. The fishing is tough on the flats, with large fussy trout, small flies, and 7X tippets. There is also over a mile of productive riffles and runs for nymphing. The evening caddis hatches often bring the fish to the surface in a feeding frenzy.
The Pit RiverThe Pit might be the finest naturally-occuring wild trout fishery in California. The final 25 miles, below Lake Britton, are in a deep canyon and are divided into three reaches by dams and powerhouses. Access is challenging, but the beauty of the canyon, the extensive pockets and pools, and the high catch rate of bright wild fish are perfect if you are an energetic wader.
The McCloud RiverA classic pool and pocket water river in a magnificent wooded canyon, the McCloud is northern California's most famous freestone fishery. McCloud rainbows are world renown. Special regulations protect this fishery and it produces trout to 24 inches, typically on nymphs and streamers. In the fall, spawning browns add an extra thrill. The three miles of Nature Conservancy water is zero-kill and limited to ten rods a day. We fish both this water and the six miles of public water above the Conservancy.
The Upper Sacramento River After a chemical spill in 1992 and subsequent closure for three years, this classic little trout river has astonished everyone with the speed and success of its recovery. The rainbow are back, all wild fish, and in remarkable numbers. Nearly 40 miles of pools, pockets, riffles, and runs, with relatively easy access and wading and the promise that with continued enlightened management, the Upper Sac will soon regain its place as one of California's premier wild trout fisheries.
The Sacramento River Float TripsThe Sacramento below Redding has become recognized as a world-class rainbow fishery. We use drift boats to fish the excellent water between Redding and Anderson, getting out on the gravel bars and islands to wade and fish. While it's mostly nymphing, there are good caddis hatches from spring to fall.
Northeastern California StillwatersBaum Lake, Eastman Lake, Manzanita Lake, McCumber Lake, Eagle Lake, McCoy Flats - these and other stillwaters around Clearwater offer excellent fishing for outsized rainbow and browns. We provide float tubes and pontoon boats for our guests and guide many of these fisheries. If it's big fish you want, these stillwaters are the place. 5 pound fish are frequent; 10 pounders not unknown.
Private Trophy TroutThe Hat Creek Ranch's two stillwaters and one half mile of Hat Creek offers fee fishing for big, aggressive rainbows to 10 pounds. A superb private water for guided wading, bank fishing, and pontoon boat access. Clearwater Lodge Accommodation:The lodge features seven bedrooms, each with a private bath. The adjoining Annex offers six singles and two large shared baths. The three Cottages, set among the oaks and pines and broad lawns, feature 2 and 3 bedroom suites.
Clearwater Lodge Clothing:In the Pacific North West it is always possible to encounter a wide variety of weather conditions. We recommend that you always come well prepared with different layers including lightweight long sleeve and short-sleeved shirts, fleece top and bottoms, synthetic long underwear, rain jacket, sun and rain hats and fishing gloves. Evening attire at the lodge is casual. Clearwater Lodge Climate:Temperatures typically range from the mid 50's to the mid 90's. In the summer it is usually quite warm during the day and cool in the evening. However, it is important for guests to be prepared for cold rainy conditions throughout the season. Clearwater Lodge Rates: Packages Vary, Call for details!
Included:Accommodation, meals, guiding, rods, reels, and wading equipment.
Not Included:State and local taxes, alcohol, fishing licenses, terminal tackle.