The summer months are here and there is no better way to fish them than with a Dry-dropper setup. A durable and buoyant attractor dry fly paired with one or two dropper nymphs is a sure way to target both fish looking up and feeding below the water’s surface. Explore our offering and cover all your bases this summer!
A dry dropper rig is one of the most effective ways to fish throughout the summer. Caddis patterns work for this setup particularly well as they can be found in all columns of the water for many months out of the year. Head over to our Dry-Dropper blog post and be sure to watch the demonstrational video at the end to learn how to build a couple different rigs for caddis fishing and more!
Umpqua has built an empire in our industry, and it started with an A Frame Cabin on the banks of the North Umpqua River. Based on all accounts, it should not have happened. It was such an improbable story you could have never come up with most of it. Doing things that no one had ever done before, and yet, it happened.