Welcome to our new Reports Blog!

Welcome to our new fly fishing report blog. We’re hoping this will be a great new tool for us at PFF to provide you with up-to-date fishing reports. Like most fly shops, we WANT to provide killer fishing reports. We know we SHOULD be making the time to provide reports…. But it just never makes the top of the priority list and it doesn’t get done.

Believe me, if you worked at the shop, you would quickly understand why it happens that way.

SO… enter the new “blog”. If you don’t know what a blog is, don’t worry. I’m not sure I know exactly what they are either, but here I am creating one. All I know is that it makes for a quick way to update something on our webpage, which is exactly the tool we need to try and keep our reports more up to date.

On another note, we’re also going to change the type of “fishing report” we give you. Rather than trying to gather information to produce an accurate report for a place we haven’t been to recently, we’re going to report on trips we’ve recently taken. So, I suppose this will be less of a “fishing report” and more of a series of ”fishing trip reports”. Or something like that. In other words, if we haven’t been to the Yakima lately, you won’t see a report for the Yakima.

Here’s the good news, though. You’ll get a very up-to-date report on those places that we have been too… and maybe that’s the same place you were thinking of going. At the very least, I should be pretty entertaining to see the places the PFF fly shop guys spend their fishing time. Between Ben, Joe, Mason and myself, we definitely can cover some strange types of fly fishing (i.e., Ben and Joe’s Columbia River shad trip, my recent Tiger Muskie conquest, or Mason’s persistent attempts at a Lake Washington Sockeye on a fly a couple years back).

Anyway, I hope you enjoy the new fly fishing report blog and I hope it helps you get out on the water even more. Or at the very least, I hope it provides a little lunchtime entertainment if you happen to be stuck behind a desk today.

As always, thanks very much!


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