Spring Fever, Clinics

The last two days have been very nice up here in Truckee-Reno on the Truckee River. The river is in great shape, and the fishing is very good for this time of year. A man could get Spring Fever. Water clarity is actually pretty good, a tad bit off color, but hell, I like it a bit off color. Anyway you want to shake a stick at them will produce. Nymphing, streamers, drys. It’ll all work at some point in the day right now. I’ve been mostly fishing a big dry with droppers, and you’d be surprised who will come take a look at the dry. Stuck some on streamers, and b-dubs this week as well. We have some mild cold fronts pushing through this next week, as long as it ain’t to windy, the fishing will be good.

Some news on the home front. I’m going to do a Spring Fever clinic next month, I’ll post more on that later. It will be limited to six people, and be a Saturday, or Sunday on the third, or fourth weekend in April. It will be for intermediate to advanced anglers. We will cover progressive techniques to catch Truckee River trout. Nymphing, streamers, and dry droppers, and how to rig them with what type of rods.  It will get you all primed up for the coming year.  If you can’t wait for me to post about it, go ahead and shoot me an email.  This rainbow ate a big dry today.

6 Responses to “Spring Fever, Clinics”

  1. Shane Schuster

    Hey Matt my name is Shane and live in Vegas where can I send you money for the clinic ,I’m so stoked,if you do another day I mite want a second day if there’s room . Hit be up thanks bro Shane

  2. blogadmin

    Mickey-I got you on-board. I’ll give more details this week.

  3. Mickey Cutler

    I am in the process of building a 5 wt switch rod. Keep a spot for me and let me know where to sign up! Can’t wait!

    Mic

  4. blogadmin

    Love to have you! It wil be April 28th (sometimes it’s hard putting these things together) The cost will be $125. We will cover my rigs that are unique to the Truckee, and how to fish them with what type of rods. We will be locked and loaded, so you could catch a fish or two. A 6wt, or switch rod will be required, but if you don’t have one, I can loan one. Should be a fun time and open up your mind to new techniques to catch Truckee River fish.

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