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 8/7/2020 2:51:10 AM • Rank (14) • Views (14) •Comments(0)
Hot weather and low water are pretty normal for early August. Add a full moon and quite a bit of fishing pressure and you have a recipe for some pretty tough mid day fishing on many of our local waters. … Continue reading →

By Seamus on 8/7/2020 2:51:09 AM • Rank (19) • Views (19) •Comments(0)
In this video Jay uses Loon’s D Loop Tweezer to create a beautiful dubbing loop to create a Silveynator type tube fly. With different combinations of colors sizes and weights this fly is effective just about anywhere steelhead may be … Continue reading →

By Seamus on 8/7/2020 2:51:08 AM • Rank (19) • Views (19) •Comments(0)
From Fly Lords Digital Media Company For this installment of “Organization of the Month ” we sat down with Native Fish Society’s Executive Director Mark Sherwood. Native Fish Society engages in the protection of–yes you guessed it native wild fish in … Continue reading →

By Seamus on 8/1/2020 2:01:23 PM • Rank (21) • Views (21) •Comments(0)
We took our annual John Day River trip late this year. Our trip started at the “30 Mile Wilderness Study Area” and ended at Cottonwood Bridge. The 40 mile journey travels through stunning canyons. We knew the water would be … Continue reading →

By Seamus on 8/1/2020 2:01:17 PM • Rank (23) • Views (23) •Comments(0)
In this video author Jay Nicholas ties a Deschutes Steelhead Yak Muddler. Skating flies for summer steelhead on the Deschutes River is what it’s all about. Having a steelhead take your fly on the surface (or just below) is what … Continue reading →

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