Tag - steelhead fly fishing

6 Flies for Great Lakes Steelhead

Is there anything better than watching a steelhead cartwheel through the air as it violently shakes its head, attempting to toss our flies?  It’s scenes like these that ruin other fish for anglers and leave them with an insatiable appetite for the chrome beasts that emerge each fall from the...

Catch More Steelhead Using Streamers

Few moments in fly fishing rival the hard thud of a steelhead striking a streamer and the ensuing chaos that ranges from cartwheeling runs to violent shakes of the head.  Streamers require some dedication from anglers because they typically won’t be quite as productive as nymph rigs, but there are...

Catch More Steelhead in the Winter

Winter on the steelhead streams of the Great Lakes can be a spectacular experience with some truly brutal weather conditions.   There’s something romantic about the idea of standing knee-deep in a rushing Lake Erie tributary stream as snow and wind rips across the water.  It might not be everyone’s idea...

3 Tips to Catch More Spring Steelhead

Most anglers associate steelhead fishing with the colors of autumn and snows of winter, but there’s great fishing to be had in spring as well! Fall rains swell tributaries of Lake Erie and bring in thousands of steelhead from the depths, and with it, hordes of anglers in search of...

When Do The Steelhead Run in Erie, Pennsylvania?

That’s always the million-dollar question, isn’t it?  It’s something I’m often asked by curious anglers and prospective clients as everyone tries to time up the run perfectly.  Some swear by studying Lake Erie water temperatures, photoperiod shortening, rainfall counts, and a variety of other scientific means to pinpoint when the...

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