Yakima River Fly Fishing
Brazda's Fly Fishing
The shoulder months offer complete counteraction to the high water of summer. Yakima River fly fishing during Springtime often calls for fish changing conditions requiring streamers, heavy nymphing, and fishing specific zones for specific hatches. Spring we have the opportunity to fish on risers with a variety of insects from Green or Grey Drakes to Caddis and Skwalla Stones.
The fall season again changes the conditions on the Yakima when the days become shorter and the water drops from 3-4 thousand cfs. to 1200 cfs. and lower. We fish much smaller hatches like 16-20 size Mahogany Duns and Blue Winged Olives etc.. Then there’s the “egg drop” which follows a completely different set of rules, if you will. This time frame also brings out the big guys gorging on the best food of the year fattening up for winter… and it can be a spectacle! If you are interested in going on a fun and exciting Yakima River fly fishing adventure, see below for an outline of prices. For more information about Washington fly fishing call us at 253-307-3210 or email [email protected], you can also get the booking process started by filling out the form in the right hand sidebar.