September 8, 2010|
Winner! - Thornton McUnny of Tulelake won the rifle raffle. First time in his 61 years winning anything. Congratulations to him and thank you all for visiting our store.
April 19, 2010
April 24, 2010
9:00 – 6:00
FREE BBQ – Hamburgers & Hot Dogs (10:00 – 2:00)
Remington 700 VTR 22-250
Triangular Barrel 22” w/ Muzzle Break
Green Synthetic Stock
RAFFLE TICKETS - $1.00 EACH
ALL PROCEEDS WILL BE DONATED TO THE FORT CROOK MUSEUM’S ROUND BARN
MEET REPRESENTATIVES FROM THE FIREARM AND FISHING INDUSTRY, LOCAL FISHING GUIDES, & MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS
March 11, 2010
Art and David fished the lower Pit River above the Pit 3 Powerhouse for a couple of hours. The hatch was starting for the brown mayfly. There were no trout seen on the surface, the fish that were hooked or struck the flies were hitting drifting nymphs. Method of drifting was indicator and swinging, the flies where Pheasant Tails, Prince Nymphs, and Hares Ear Bead Heads.
The weather is heating up and the days are getting longer. Fishing should be good on Baum Lake, and the lower Pit. Keep looking on our website for further fishing and hunting up dates.
For everyone who enjoys shooting ground squirrels – they are coming out of their holes. The weather is going to be warm this week and there should be plenty to go around for everyone.
March 10, 2010
Art and David drifted the Sac River for the day. The fishing was fast to begin with, and then slowed down towards the end of the day. Six nice rainbows where caught on a Baetis Nymphs, drifting under an indicator from 3 to 7 feet deep. Please keep in mind the water depth and where the fish are hanging in the water column is where to set your indicator. There was not much of a hatch going on due to the cold weather.
March 3, 2010
Fishing in the Intermountain area is on the upswing. As the days get warmer the flies are starting to emerge. Baum Lake is starting to heat up. Over two dozen brown trout where boated by David Robb of Fall River Outfitters and Art Teter (Art Teter Guide Service). Keep in mind we did not hook all the fish that took the flies.
We where fishing Pheasant Tails, Copper Johns, and Prince Nymphs under an indicator about three to six feet deep. Some fish where caught on nymphs by swinging them with no indicator.