How to tie Egg Jigs for Salmon and Steelhead fishing

Posted by Jeff Warner on 7/30/2016 to How to articles
How to tie Egg Jigs for Salmon and Steelhead fishing
These jigs work very very well for float fishing for Salmon and Steelhead (and trout when downsized). I've been playing with these for several years and have decided to share this tip with others, enjoy!

What's this 'Pink Worm' stuff all about?

Posted by Chris Ellis on 12/15/2015 to How to articles

Listen, people. It’s 2015. The genie is out of the bottle. Steelhead are being caught everywhere on pink plastic worms. In fact, among the best float fishing anglers I know, the idea of fishing a jig under a float WITHOUT something pink and plastic dangling from it is becoming a tactic employed only in the lowest of low water winter steelheading conditions. Something about the worm just drives steelhead crazy.

Bobber Dogging / Float Drifting for Salmon and Steelhead

Posted by Rick Denham on 4/1/2014 to How to articles

Bobber Dogging with Rick Denham

Drift fishing has been an old time favorite for steelhead fisherman for many years. It is a simple yet effective technique, drawing the attention of many through the years. Float fishing has recently begun to expand in its popularity as well, with its easy to learn nature for beginners and experts alike. However, both of these techniques are best utilized under different situations and water conditions to maximize results. What if I told you there was a way to utilize the best of both worlds; to benefit from both technical aspects and catch more fish. It is not some new fad, gear buying, expensive technique. In fact you can use this technique with the steelhead gear you already own. I am talking about Bobber Dogging or Float drifting as some call it.

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