Guys I got two fly fishing reviews that I want to share with you. I am in the hunt for a new pair of waders, which don’t cost through the roof, but yet will take the wear of a day’s fishing. I think I found the wader in Cabela’s Dryplus Prem Chest Waders. I was really impressed with triple layer knees and the fact that they don’t fit loose to the point where they are baggy. The review on these waders are astounding with 144 reviews resulting in 92 –5 star---36 –4 star—6—3 star and only 6 ---1 star.
Another item some you guys might be interested in is the new Tenkara Temple Fork Fly Rod in 10 and
11 ft. I recently had a chance to actually get a feel for
this rod the other day when I was visiting Riverside Fly Shop located off the tailrace
at Smith. It was the first chance for me to pick one up and I have to say I was
impressed. The lightness and the sensitivity of these rods are astounding. I am
still in the thought stage as to purchasing one.
The generators are running continuous at the lake now and fishing below the tailrace is too dangerous for wading. Randy at
told me the other day that there were 1500 rainbow
ranging from 12 to Riverside 15” released in the tailrace the other day, so I may get
to connect with one soon, once the water levels get back to normal. One of my main objectives this year is to fish the tailrace much more as opposed to last year.