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Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Product Review: Cytomax Performance Drink

For those of you who know me I'm always very vocal about sharing good info as to help others. Fly anglers are a breed all their own, we live in a world of the great outdoors and are compassionate about getting the most out of life. Summer is not that far off and I can only think about dropping into canyon water like the North Fork Yuba and presenting a hopper pattern to a willing trout. This kind of fishing is demanding and we need all the help we can get so the experience is a good one. Bonking out with zero energy climbing up a steep canyon gorge after a day of fishing is not one of them. Ever get cramps when your out float tubing kicking long distances? Cytomax is the answer for such displeasure. My other passion when I'm not on the water is cycling, it's great therapy and even better keeps me trim and healthy. Fuel and hydration are two key elements for the body. I highly recommend Cytomax Performance Drink for the demands of high level activity!

Cytomax Performance Drink is made for a different brand of athlete. Its blend of complex carbohydrates and sugars work to sustain energy, so you can train harder, build stamina, and achieve superior results.  Exclusive to Cytomax products, Alpha-L-PolyLactate is a proprietary energy source proven to provide energy longer and faster. Cytomax lowers acid in muscles, which prevents burning and cramping during training and helps reduce soreness and speed recovery

For more info on Cytomax and other great products please visit their website: http://www.cytomax.com/

Friday, March 22, 2013

Ice Out At Lake Davis Is On!

Well, I was off on my prediction of Lake Davis "popping" open from the ice this year by about 10 days, when it goes it goes quickly! Right now the lake is about 50% open water and should be totally free after this weekend's windy conditions. Water temps are running 40-42 degrees. The creeks are flowing and in the next few weeks expect spawning rainbows to be ganging up around them and staging. As always the west shore road will be snowed in for the next 3 weeks at least and Grizzly road on the east side is clear to Lightning Tree. Look for giant blood midge to be hatching in the next few weeks with small chironomids mixed in. As the fish get on the spawn Hot Orange Glimmer can work wonders whether it is a wooly bugger or a wiggle tail pattern. I know your smiling right now! Let the games begin!

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Lower Yuba River Report 3/13/13

Tim H. of Yuba City fighting a healthy 15" Rainbow caught on a PMD Sparkle Dun

Warm weather and plenty of sunshine was bountiful today on the Lower Yuba. PMD mayflies were out in full force and there were many fish rising for duns and emergers through out the day. Technical presentations were a must and had to be spot on with your fly drifting first. Skwala stone flies were out as well crawling on the shoreline rocks and flying. I did not see any fish take one on the water though. The fished were keyed in on the PMD's big time! Effective dry flies were PMD Sparkle Duns, and Quigley Cripples in sizes 14 and 16. If you plan on fishing the river look for pods of rising trout and approach cautiously, they are spooky right now and can be put down by a bad cast.

Everyday is different here, but I suspect with these warm temps the bugs will be out and the fish looking up. Good luck out there! 

Friday, March 8, 2013

Native Sons Fly Fishing Tours

Interested in learning every detail about one of these classic Sierra freestone rivers? Look no further and immerse yourself with great usable information that will last through your entire angling life. More than just an average guide trip, these tours are designed to give fly anglers all they need to know to be successful when venturing onto these waters. Tour days will consist of access points, equipment, rigging, tactics, techniques, flies, entomology, and local inside knowledge. What takes years for many anglers to learn, you’ll solve the puzzle for these rivers in one day.

The tours are limited to six anglers per trip to ensure a high quality experience. You’ll be able to decipher and learn the many different characteristics that each river has and more! Shorten the learning curve and those countless days of prospecting with these popular tours. Your tour guides Jon Baiocchi and Frank Pisciotta have 90 years combined fly fishing experience, and 45 years of successfully guiding anglers on these waters. Frank and Jon were both born and raised in Northern California and are proud to be “Native Sons”. Anglers of all abilities are welcome, and we look forward to expanding your horizon while sharing the secrets. Price per angler: $200. These tours offer more bang for your buck!

Dates for Tours in 2013:

Wild & Scenic Middle Fork Feather – June 1st
Big and Little Truckee Rivers – July 6th
North Fork Yuba River – July 13th

To book your tour today or for more information please contact Jon at 530.228.0487/ baiocchistoutfitters@yahoo.com 

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