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Graeagle Creekin Tour

When:
Thursday, July 19, 2018, 8:00 AM until 4:00 PM
Where:
Graeagle Store
7386 Highway 89
Graeagle, CA  96103
Contact:
Jon Baiocchi
Category:
Sponsored Workshop
Registration is required
THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT! Jon Baiocchi will be handling sign ups and fee collection directly. Contact him at 530-228-0487 or at baiocchitroutfitters@yahoo.com
Registrants & Fees
Members pay for their own charges

Baiocchi’s Troutfitters

Tour Site:

Eastern Plumas County

Date(s):

July 19th

Fees:

$150

Workshop Instructor:

Jon Baiocchi

Phone:

530.228.0487

Email:

baiocchistroutfitters@yahoo.com

Meeting Time: 8am
Workshop Ends: 4pm

 

Meeting Location: Graeagle Store parking lot

Minimum # Attendees: 4

Maximum # Attendees: 6

 

From Truckee, Take Hwy 89 north and drive 24.5 miles to Sierraville. Turn left at the stop sign, and drive 4.9 miles on Hwy 89/49. Turn right, and continue on Hwy 89. Drive for 16.7 miles to Graeagle, turn right into the Graeagle Store parking lot. I will be there in my bluish green Ford F-250 with a matching camper shell and branding on the sides and back.

 

Website(s): CHECK OUT CURRENT FISHING REPORTS AT; jonbaiocchiflyfishingnews.blogspot.com

Fish:

 

Wild Rainbow trout

Fishing Instruction/Workshop Notes: Dry Fly & Dry/Dropper presentations, pocket water tactics -Leader Formulas -Fly Recommendations -Access Areas -Local Inside Knowledge + lunch, drinks, and handouts included.

Tackle:

 

 

 

 

Rod Wt(s)

1-3 weight, 7 to 8 foot rods. Glass, Graphite, or Bamboo. – Your choice.

Lines

Floating WF

Leader

7.5 foot 5x (we will be making custom leaders)

Tippet

5x, 6x

Other

Personal vest with basic equipment so each angler can be self-sufficient while on the water.

Flies:

 

 

 

Patterns:

 

 

 

Parachute Adams #14-18, Purple Haze Parachute #14-18, Rubber Leg Stimulator (yellow, orange) #10-14, Club Sandwich Hopper #10-12, RP Ant #12-16, Elk Hair Caddis (olive, amber, gray, black) #12-18, Humpy (yellow, red, orange, black, olive) #12-16 Psycho Prince #14-18, Copper John (copper, red, yellow) #14-18, Flashback Pheasant Tail #14-18, Prince Nymph #14-18.

 

Other gear:

Wet wading gear -

Light weight pants wading boots

light weight shirt

 

Wading Staff

Small day pack

Water bottle

Polarized sunglasses/Hat

Sunscreen

Camera

Plan for that day’s weather, cold to hot. Bring a chair for lunch.

 

Comments / Updates

Small creeks and dry fly fishing is the epitome of fly fishing. I will share my secrets of the Graeagle area that I discovered while I lived there for 14 years. Expect beautiful small wild rainbows and unbound beauty. You will need to drive your own vehicle or car pool as we go from spot to spot. Featured creeks will be Gray Eagle, Jamison, Little Jamison, and Frazier. Email me with any additional questions you may have. This will be an extremely fun outing!

 

 

 

 

 

  A Big Thank You to our Sponsors!


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SPECIAL THANKS:

The Fly Shop Redding, Orvis Reno, Kiene's Flyshop
REI Reno, Andrew Harris, Jeff Putnam