Tight Lines in Sedona

Two weeks are left in July and the fishing is strong.  We have had some cloud covered mornings with breaks of sunshine.  Welcoming the monsoons in the afternoon, bringing us some much needed rain.  Discharge is staying steady at 60-65 cfs, with a bit of a jump yesterday from 0.35″ of Monsoon rain.  Water temp in the upper canyon is 56-58 degrees.  Cloudy days have slowed the hatch down a bit, but that hasn’t stop the bite or fish activity.  The National Forest Service has also lifted the ban of campfires, so all you campers can get your S’mores on.

We welcomed Steve, owner of UpRiverOutdoors.com and Mike from Fire Station 4 in Surprise, AZ as they tackled the traditional form of fly fishing called Tenkara. Great day on the water!

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Clients from Tucson, San Diego, Wisconsin and Virginia visited us and had a blast, some catching fish for the first time on a fly rod!

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If you’re planning a trip to Sedona this fall, come visit us and take a trip with one of our professional guides!  We will take you into one of the most beautiful places on earth to experience a fly fishing adventure that will have you wanting more.  As the fall season approaches, please book in advance as we are filling up quickly!  We have partnered with Best Western Inn of Sedona, innofsedona.com, to provide you one of the best views in town while you stay and fish with us!  Don’t miss out.  Book it and Hook it!

Brian

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