… fly fishing British Columbia & beyond!
The flyguys are located in the interior of Canada’s beautiful British Columbia where we are fortunate to be surrounded by hundreds of trout filled lakes, river systems, mountain fed creeks & mere hours away from the pacific ocean. Our goal is to offer a place to share information & ideas promoting fishing in our spectacular province & beyond … a kind of one stop shop for fly fishing British Columbia with a focus on the BC interior! flyguys.net offers information on aquatic entomology (the bugs that fish eat), fly tying & fly patterns (to imitate the bugs that fish eat), fly fishing methods & techniques (to fish the flies you tied to imitate the bugs that fish eat), as well as cleaning, filleting, recipes & cooking tips (to care for & prepare the fish you catch with the flies you tied to imitate the bugs that fish eat)! We also offer Fishing Guide & Resort reviews to help you make the most of your BC fishing vacations! Thanks for visiting! We hope you enjoy your stay!
Our Most Recent Posts ……. (check out the blog for more of our articles!)
- Last Chance Saloon
October 29, 2013
Decent fall weather this late in October, although not unheard of, is not the norm up here in the North. The leaves are long gone with only the smell of their decay to indicate they were ever here. But Friday had suddenly opened up for me, and with the threat of snow in the forecast, ...
- The Bipolar Balanced Leech
October 11, 2013
Ahhhh night shifts! 3:30 AM and all kinds of crazy shite is going through my head. Every now and then a balanced leech flashes by and then is gone … lost in a smorgasbord of bizarreness. I get my sleep deprived mind to latch onto the leech next time round and I shake my head ...
- Bomber Chironomids – the Exception to the Rule!
August 16, 2013
As stillwater flyfishers we know that the late summer heat of August has forced the trout to murky depths and made them too lethargic to chase any offering we present. It is at this time that we pursue other recreational interests while we wait for water temperatures to cool down in mid September and bring ...
- Rocky Mountain Rainbows 2013
August 7, 2013
Mid summer in beautiful British Columbia means to find willing trout you have to look up … way up! In this case not only did we look up but we had to hike up to an alpine lake nestled in the East slope of the mighty Rocky Mountains. Wild BC Rocky Mountain Rainbow Trout … ...
- Hardcore Frogz Fly Wallet Review
July 4, 2013
Well the home office sent me a package earlier this spring and wanted me to do a field test. Holy crapite an assignment! When I opened the package I found a gorgeous fly wallet from Hardcore Frogz! A fly wallet review … now I can do that! Now most of us have a few ...
- The Last Boatman Standing
June 5, 2013
Well last time out in my tube, post ice off, did the trick in releasing the winter doldrums. It just felt good to be into some fish. Last weekend the plan was to take the “River Wolf” and drop it into a lake that had bigger fish. The thought of standing up on my bow, ...
- Finally Ice Off in FSJ!
May 20, 2013
April is a cruel month in the North. I remember growing up in the North Okanagan and April was all about green grass, leaves sprouting, flowers starting to bloom and warm rains. Now April for me is below zero overnight temps, the odd blizzard and dirty sand and gravel covered snow piles on the edges ...
- Best BC Interior Fly Fishing Boats!
May 8, 2013
British Columbia is a beautiful spot for fly fishing and with a BC boating license (get your boat licence online at BoaterExam.com) there are plenty of rivers, lakes and ponds to take advantage of! However, in order to have the greatest access to fishing sites, you obviously need a fishing boat. Here’s some information on ...
- The UV Leech Fly Pattern
April 24, 2013
The UV Leech fly pattern is my favorite starting and finishing fly on any lake. The tungsten bead gets it in the zone quick and keeps it there during windy days. You can play around with color combinations but don’t mess with the UV … it really makes the fly! Materials: Hook: Mustad size 12 ...
- Clear Goo Caddis Pupa Fly Pattern
April 1, 2013
I’d recently seen an article about Clear Goo and its uses so I ordered in the light kit with thick, thin and Hydros Goo. My intention was to use it to tie minnow patterns but once I had the stuff at the tying bench I started messing around with it on bait fish and other ...
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