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    Default Last minute cancelation Sept dates

    Just had 2 dates open up in Sept to fish the Trinity River.

    Dates are
    Sept 11/12 fully open for up to 2 anglers
    Swing or nymphing
    Price is $600 per day, all gear flies food drinks 3rd party shuttle included
    Beginners to experienced welcome

    This is a rare opportunity for me to have any availability in Sept during the initial peak run of fall steelhead on the Trinity. Current conditions are great and fishing well. Water conditions are 58 out of Lewiston, 63 in Douglas city.


    Hope to see you out there
    Thanks
    Brian
    530 354 3740
    Last edited by Brian Clemens; 08-11-2022 at 08:11 PM.
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    The Sept 13/14 swing day is a killer deal. If I didn't have to work (I'm seriously considering calling in sick so I can go) I'd have scooped up this up.

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    Brian, sent you a text regarding Sept 13-14.

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    Thanks Peter.

    So just an update Sept 11/12 are available 13/14 have been booked

    I do have other dates available for the Trinity starting in Dec.
    And Always Remember
    Keep Those Line Tights
    Brian W Clemens
    Nor Cal Fly Guides
    530-354-3740
    norcalflyguides@gmail.com
    www.norcalflyguides.com


    "I have many loves and Fly-Fishing is one of them; it brings peace and harmony to my being, which I can then pass on to others."
    ~ Sue Kreutzer

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    After you catch some fresh wild Steelhead in the Fall swinging a fly on a floating line you will not be using the indicators as much.

    Veteran Steelhead guide Mike McCune told me that when swinging flies, on average, you catch "better" fish.

    In the Fall when the water is not too warm or not too cold the fish will be more active and "move" for the fly.



    Brian will work his butt off trying to give you a great experience plus you will learn how to fly fish for Steelhead.
    Bill Kiene (Boca Grande)

    567 Barber Street
    Sebastian, Florida 32958

    Fly Fishing Travel Consultant
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    Email: billkiene63@gmail.com
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    Contact me for any reason........
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    Thank you guys for those kind worse. Nothing better than dry lining for some early fall chrome. For me it's all about teaching the intricacies of swinging for steelhead (or trout)which will in turn produce more grabs year round, no matter the method.
    And Always Remember
    Keep Those Line Tights
    Brian W Clemens
    Nor Cal Fly Guides
    530-354-3740
    norcalflyguides@gmail.com
    www.norcalflyguides.com


    "I have many loves and Fly-Fishing is one of them; it brings peace and harmony to my being, which I can then pass on to others."
    ~ Sue Kreutzer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Clemens View Post
    Thank you guys for those kind worse. Nothing better than dry lining for some early fall chrome. For me it's all about teaching the intricacies of swinging for steelhead (or trout)which will in turn produce more grabs year round, no matter the method.
    Worst case scenario, you launch a fly into a tree, make Brian row across river to grab it using an oar, and nervously laugh as he fuddle-f***s about while you helplessly stare from across shore...

    ... not that I've ever done that.

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    So good 5F..........I could almost visualize this.




    We always feel bad when we are casting to the mangrove shoreline in the tropics and get hooked up in the vegetation and our guide has

    to stop and get it out for us. We call this "bushwhacking".
    Bill Kiene (Boca Grande)

    567 Barber Street
    Sebastian, Florida 32958

    Fly Fishing Travel Consultant
    Certified FFF Casting Instructor

    Email: billkiene63@gmail.com
    Cell: 530/753-5267
    Web: www.billkiene.com

    Contact me for any reason........
    ______________________________________

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    You know me to well 5fingers, hmmm, you have been in the tree a few times with me. I keep telling you we aren't squirrel hunting and we don't have permits for those, but you keep bombin casts in um. Could be worse, you could cast like poo and not hit the trees. Lol.

    Hey if the fly is catching fish and we aren't working a fish in the run, ya darn tootin I'm rowing over and getting it.
    And Always Remember
    Keep Those Line Tights
    Brian W Clemens
    Nor Cal Fly Guides
    530-354-3740
    norcalflyguides@gmail.com
    www.norcalflyguides.com


    "I have many loves and Fly-Fishing is one of them; it brings peace and harmony to my being, which I can then pass on to others."
    ~ Sue Kreutzer

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