The Caddis Fly Angling Shop

The Caddis Fly Angling Shop
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Address168 West 6th Avenue
Eugene, OR, US
Phone(541) 342-7005
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About The Caddis Fly Angling Shop

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In February of 1975 The Caddis Fly Angling Shop opened it’s doors in downtown Eugene. Providing top level fly tackle, service and fishing information has been the shops policy for the past 33 years. In 1996 our formal guide service was established. Most of our trips utilize our local rivers the Mckenzie and Willamette. The shop’s location allows for the local fishing day to start between 10-50 minutes away from the shop. The Caddis Fly is within easy distances of many great waters like the North Umpqua, Williamson, Metolius, innumerable Cascade Lakes and the Deschutes River. We pride ourselves on providing accurate fishing information to all. Our local fishing access map is available to purchase at the shop. Fishing information, quality service, top vendors (Sage, Winston, Orvis, Patagonia, Simms, Bauer, Rio and Scientific Anglers) help make The Caddis Fly your link to fly fishing locally and beyond. Our shop employees and guides love what they do, and want your experience in the shop and on the water to be beyond your expectations.

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By Seamus on 4/15/2021 1:15:49 PM • Views (8)
Redington Field Kit – New 2021 Echo Traverse Kit Additional outfits now in stock at include: SAGE FOUNDATION OUTFITS Echo Base Outfit now on Sale Echo Gecko Kit

By Seamus on 4/13/2021 5:34:26 PM • Views (5)
The SENSE is designed specifically for the European Style Nymphing angler with a rod that combines Euro Nymphing specific action optimized components and stealthy cosmetics to make the perfect tool for those looking to get the most out of their … Con...

By Seamus on 4/11/2021 8:40:24 AM • Views (11)
I floated from Hamlin to Silver Creek this past Friday. It was a gorgeous sunny day and the river is in perfect condition. Nymphing was solid all day long with larger stonefly imitations being best. Hatches included a massive Grannom … Continue readi...

By Seamus on 4/9/2021 9:15:52 AM • Views (10)
March Brown mayflies continue to hatch from 2-4pm on the lower McKenzie. Dry fly fishing has been everything from challenging to very good. Setting up on a “feeding lane” during the hatch and presenting sparse mayfly imitations seemed to be … Continu...

By Seamus on 4/7/2021 10:19:31 AM • Views (22)
Today Justin Helm ties for us an exciting variation of Lance Egan’s heralded Cornfed Caddis. Sure to fool trout on our local waters this size and color specific pattern will closely resemble the natural McKenzie Green Caddis. These green caddis … Con...

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