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June 9, 2017

It's been nice to get a little R&R after a busy year here at Jump Creek Flies, but as of today, we are back in business!  Looking forward to catching up on some of my emails while we were gone, and getting back to filling orders!  Thanks to all.

May 26, 2017

Well the time has finally come!  Flows dropped on the Owyhee River below the Dam last night to 275 cfs.  Perfect for wading!  That low rumble you hear is the stampede of wading boots headed for the river.  

May 19, 2017

Hello to all of the valued readers and customers of Jump Creek Flies.  I wanted to let everyone know that the store will be taking a small break from May 26th through June 9th as I head out on a vacation with my family.  The downside of being a one man operation is tha...

April 24, 2017

As we near the end of  another month the flows are still high from the run off.  Flows currently are up around 1600 cfs as we speak.  Too high for wading, but if you are adventurous you can float it in a raft or drift boat. 

It's just a guess but in forec...

March 8, 2017

Flows below the dam were bumped up to 338cfs then were bumped again to 565cfs today.  Where they stop is anyone's guess.  It is still possible to fish at these flows but wading will become much more difficult.   Streamers, streamers, streamers.  The last year we saw fl...

March 2, 2017

First a current report.  The river was recently raised to 255cfs.  Wadeable but much higher than normal this time of year, and the fish seem to have not adjusted quite yet.  I like to fish dry flies, and on a trip up to the river yesterday I found very few fish up feed...

March 1, 2017

If there are any fly tyers out there we have great news.  Jump Creek Flies has secured a dealership for a line of affordable competition euro style barbless hooks developed in Montana.  Firehole Outdoors recently began production of their hooks and shipped their first...

January 4, 2017

It's a New Year, and there is a new fly in the store!  The CDC Bubble Emergers have been a great pattern, and now I have added a Callibaetis version of the fly to the store. This pattern seems to work great early in the hatch, or late when fish are still up picking off...