Unlike many fly fishing destinations, the northeastern Sierra and northern Nevada provide year-round angling. No matter when you are coming to town, we have somewhere for you to wet a line. The Truckee, Little Truckee and Walker Rivers provide excellent stream fishing opportunities for the fly fisher.
Smaller streams and creeks in the Sierra also provide opportunities to do a little back country fishing. Most of these waters are best fished in the summer months and give you the chance to try your skills on fish that rarely see a fly.
Special Regulations – Sections on many of these waters have regulations to promote quality fisheries and insure a great future for generations of fly fishermen to come. These regulations create areas for fly fishing only and help us to offer our clients a chance to have some success while learning the sport as well as for advanced anglers to target wild fish that do not see much pressure.
The Reno-Tahoe area has a wide variety of stillwater fisheries as well. From larger lakes like Eagle, Davis and Frenchman’s to smaller impoundments like Milton and Spooner, these waters can provide some awesome boat, float tube or walk/wade opportunities.
During the winter and spring months, anglers come from all over the globe to fish for the largest Cutthroat trout in the world at Pyramid Lake. It is not uncommon to see fish in the 10 to 15 pound range caught on a fly rod. Our staff is responsible for designing many of the most effective fly patterns for catching these giant fish. Let us show help you catch a fish of a lifetime at Pyramid Lake.