Upcoming Classes


Intermediate Fly Tying Series*  6:00PM - 8:00PM $50

  • A series of two-night sessions focusing on certain types of flies. These are intermediate level fly tying techniques, some experience helpful but not required. 

Winter Steelhead Egg Patterns- $50 

  •   Learn to tie four of our go-to winter steelhead egg patterns in this two part fly tying class. All equipment and materials provided. 

Dates: January 13th and 20th from 6-8:00 pm


Winter Trout Nymphs- $50 

  •   Learn to tie 4 of our go-to winter trout nymphs in this two part fly tying class. All equipment and materials provided.

Dates: January 27th and February 3rd from 6-8:00p

Watershed Fly Shop

2085 NW Buchanan Ave. Corvallis, OR 97330

Tuesday-Saturday: 9am-7pm Sunday: 10am-5pm

Phone: 541-207-3790   Email: shop@watershedflyshop.com

Big fish need constant pressure
March 05, 2015

On a recent steelhead outing, we were reminded (heartbreakingly) that fish take every opportunity to shake a fly loose. Big fish have the greatest chance to unpin themselves from your line and it's tough to have that line go slack...

March browns are coming
February 26, 2015

River temperatures are warming up, and with not much snow to melt this spring, we could be seeing early mayfly hatches at any time.March brown imitations are the fly to have in your box to match these bugs. Stock size...

Covering water effectively: Fish at an even pace
February 19, 2015

Swinging through good holding water, when you're not sight fishing, means covering the water systematically. That way you present your fly to every ledge, boulder and depression.We already wrote about remembering the short game, but careful presentation also includes fishing...

Covering water effectively: Start with short casts
February 12, 2015

A new day, a fresh pool, angling pressure: whatever the reason, it's tempting to just step into a run and start bombing out big casts. The trouble is, when you do so, you just spooked the fish that was resting in...