|Welcome to Fly Fishing the
This site is dedicated to the fly fishermen that fish the Sierra Nevada
Region of California. This site will assist in locating the necessary information to locate
sites to fish, what flies to choose, and how to tie them. I've included maps of the region along with links to those
fly shops and guides who serve the area. There is a Fly Fishing Club link page with fly fishing clubs throughout California. Many of these clubs are members of the Federation of Fly Fishers.
I hope you enjoy this site. Please feel free to contact me with any comment you have pertaining to this site. Since I use many links to other sites, links can get broken and lost over time. Your feedback will assist in keeping the information current.
Regards, Steve Schalla (aka Stevenojai)
Also Available: "The Owens River Series"
An Online Store is provided to obtain the flytying materials listed within the fly patterns. For every pattern shown within the flybox, the online store has the necessary material to complete that pattern. Just click the item shown within the material list.
Over 1700 fly tying materials on sale at competitive pricing. Get Top Quality materials from J. Fair, Whiting, Hareline, Umpqua, Spirit River, Trout Hunter, Cascade Tools, Mad River and more. Expect 3-5 day delivery. Purchase securely through PayPal. US Domestic sales only.
April 14,2014: Tenkara Fly Fishing topic: General Flyfishing
June 1,2013: Grandson Catches First Fish, topic: General Flyfishing
Aug 4, 2011: Big McGee Lake Hike, topic: Destination Hikes
May 10, 2011: June Lake 2011, topic: Spring Openers
Free Native Trout Guide
PDF created by WildTroutStreams.com in partnership with FlyFishingtheSierra.com. Provides illustrations and descriptions of 24 of the most sought after species of trout in the lower-48 United States. Click Streamside Guide for your free download.
Some Interesting Facts about the Sierra:
Source Material: Library
Mountain Top B&B
Dee Graham and Curtis Rhea are the hosts of the Mountain Top B&B situated in the community of Ponderosa about 7 miles west of the Forks of the Kern. It sits at 7,200 feet within the Giant Sequoia National Mounument. Great fishing, Hiking, and Scenery. Dee will start your day with a super Breakfast. Offers a quiet mountain retreat in a beautiful, pine-covered setting for those who enjoy outdoor sports or simply sitting in front of the massive rock fireplace with a good book. The two guest rooms, each with its own private bath, look out on the peaceful mountain countryside. Phone (559) 542-2639
Golden Trout Wilderness Packers
Ever thought about becoming a wrangler angler? The Golden Trout Wilderness Packers can bring you to some of the best fishing sites in the Sierra. Visit the Upper Kern River at Big Kern Lake, Grasshopper Flat, or Hole-in-the-Ground. Your hosts, Steve and Rinda Day can provide a home cooked meal and lodging at the Pack Station. Visit their web site at: goldenpacktrains.com
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