Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Mayflies in April

Always wondering why they're mayflies when they hatch periodically throughout the year?  Me too.  Anyways, it's time to be happy again, the mayflies are beginning to emerge.  It's the time of year when big trout are starting to rise in  dry fly paradise.  Want to know more?  Please give us a call at Glendorn 814-362-6511 let's talk bugs and dry flies.

Friday, April 11, 2014

High Water, Big Streamers

April showers bring May flowers and high river flows.  When the water goes up big browns go on the hunt for larger food sources.  April brings a roller coaster of conditions.  During lower flows nymphing and dry flies are guides choice, following spring rains articulated streamers take stage.  Join us in weeks to come to learn streamer fishing techniques and a chance to catch a brown of a lifetime.

Friday, April 4, 2014

April Showers

Warm rain will melt the cold snow and bring the rivers water temperatures up.  As we move into mid and late April hatches of mayflies will fill the skies, bringing trout to the surface to feed.  It's about time to escape to Glendorn for a weekend of fly fishing fun.

Friday, March 28, 2014

Cold mornings, hot fishing.

Despite the cold March we've been experiencing warm temperatures are on the horizon and the fishing is heating up. No signs of any hatches or fish rising yet,
the fish are eager anyhow to eat meat.  Meat? Yep that's the guide lingo for chucking large streamers to big trout that are on an Atkins diet.  Want to learn more?  Join us in the weeks ahead and learn the techniques to catch big trout.

Monday, March 24, 2014

Spring Browns

Want to catch monster browns?  Learn new techniques to catch trophy wild fish?Waste no time and book your spring fishing trip to Glendorn.  The window of opportunity to catch world class trout is peak April and May.  This beast was caught two days ago.  Just the beginning of another great season.  Hope to see you out there.

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Celebrate Spring!

Spring is here, we'll sort of.  At least the snow is mostly gone and spring rain is priming our rivers.  It won't be long before the prolific hatches of stoneflies, caddis and mayflies are bringing the big trout up to feed.  For now we'll have to settle for big trout coming up to crush our streamers.  It's just as exhilarating to see a 20+ inch brown submarine out from underneath a log and chomp a 6" streamer.  Come joins us for some streamer and dry fly action this April.  See you on the river.

Monday, March 17, 2014

Spring Fly Fishing

Glendorn opens it's gates to Fly Anglers beginning April 7th.  Warm days and extended afternoons of light are making our local rivers and streams come to life. The activities guides
are wasting no time scouting out the best areas for your April fishing weekend at the lodge.  We can't wait to show you where the big ones live.