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First Marathon Thursday of the Season!
Our first marathon was extremely successful. We had lots of action from […]


From the Pamlico to the Roanoke
Here’s what Joe and Joey did on their Easter Sunday afternoon trip on the Pamlico.  The topwater fishing was excellent and they took home their limit for supper.         The post From the Pamlico to the Roanoke appeared first on Tar-Pam Guide Servic...


Kicking Off the Season with a Bang on the Roanoke
The spring striper bite in Weldon is off to a quick start this April.  The Kents from Tarboro had an excellent trip this afternoon.  Thunderstorms ran us off the river a little early but we caught about 60-70 in short … Continue reading → The post K...


Epic Striper Fishing in Weldon
We caught over 200 today combining our morning and afternoon trips.  Sorry for the lack of quality pics……I didn’t have much time in between bites.  This morning we caught at least 50 on topwater.  When you can hit the triple … Continue reading → The...


More Topwater Striper Action from Weldon
It’s really really good. The post More Topwater Striper Action from Weldon appeared first on Tar-Pam Guide Service.


Ambition report 20th.April’17
A bit of a late report I know but I’ve had Internet problems or more particularly Telstra problems but that’s another story. The weather over the Easter week-end was incredible I don’t think I’ve ever experienced such great conditions over the entire...


Who We Are Series Post 5: Tim Etlick
This series of posts is meant to introduce all of you terrific tiers and cool customers to our small but fantastic team of anglers here at The Caddis Fly Angling Shop. Each employee answered a number of questions about their fishing expertise … Cont...


Ten Flies for Your Weekend Fishing on our Local Waters
If you are heading out to the McKenzie or Willamette Rivers this weekend don’t be caught without the following fly patterns. To maximize success be prepared to fish at all levels of the water column. Deep nymphing swinging wet flies … Continue readin...


Purple & Black Rabbit Strip Steelhead Tube Fly with Jay Nicholas
Here is yet another version of the many rabbit strip tube flies you will see that are deadly when fished for steelhead and many species of salmonids. This Purple and black version of the fly silly deadly but I suppose that is … Continue reading →


TU Presents John Shewey: Fly Fishing Oregon’s Dry Side
Trout Unlimited presents an evening with John Shewey Oregon-based veteran steelheader journalist photographer author and noted fly tier whose elegant steelhead flies have earned national prominence. The editor-in-chief of the Northwest Fly Fishing ma...


Who We Are Series 6: Jay Nicholas
This series of posts is meant to introduce all of you terrific tiers and cool customers to our small but fantastic team of anglers here at The Caddis Fly Angling Shop. Each employee answered a number of questions about their fishing expertise … Cont...


These Little Ladies ARE TOUGH AS NAILS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Body:  And I will say it again because there are a lot of Grown Men I know that would NOT want any Part of what Addison and Brynlee Lane fished in Yesterday.  So:::::::    These Little Ladies ARE TOUGH AS NAILS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! They were o...
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Catching Gags...
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April 19 2017 - Bass spawning; Stripers Watching
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Delicious kingfish for dinner
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