The Caddis Fly Angling Shop

The Caddis Fly Angling Shop
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Address168 West 6th Avenue
Eugene, OR, US
Websitehttp://www.caddisflyshop.com/
Phone(541) 342-7005
Emailcaddiseug@aol.com
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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 5/6/2021 8:48:54 AM • Views (15)
My family and I were extremely fortunate to lead a small group of anglers to Alphonse Island in the Seychelles this past April. Our week-long fishing adventure was outstanding. The Seychelles offers some of the most pristine marine habitat on … Conti...

By Seamus on 5/4/2021 11:06:07 PM • Views (8)
From Native Fish Society Jeff Hickman Nehalem River Steward and wild fish advocate wrote an opinion piece this month on his concerns for the future of wild fish in his homewaters. In this piece Jeff shares the impacts of the … Continue reading →

By Seamus on 5/2/2021 9:44:07 PM • Views (19)
Spring continues to be productive on the McKenzie and Middle Willamette Rivers. Hotter days with cooler nights has been the trend and the fishing seems to fluctuate depending on temperatures cloud cover and hatches. March Browns are still active but...

By Seamus on 4/29/2021 7:42:26 PM • Views (14)
Protect Hot Creek Stop KORE Mining The US Forest Service is taking public comments on a proposed exploratory mining operation near the headwaters of Hot Creek in the Eastern Sierra that could lead to harmful open pit mining near this … Continue readi...

By Seamus on 4/28/2021 7:37:49 AM • Views (25)
Spring is my favorite time of the year to fish the McKenzie and Willamette Rivers. Cool days light rain and overcast skies make the Dry Fly Fisher drool with excitement. After a very unseasonably warm April cooler temperatures and rain … Continue rea...

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