Fishing During the Early Spring Season

I’m sure you can always catch a fish or two during the early spring season in Yosemite. The rivers and lakes are so abundant you don’t even have to try hard. And while you’re waiting for a fish to take your bait, you’ll enjoy the best scenery brought by Sierra Nevada. Here are top experiences that you should try the next time you visit Yosemite in spring:
Visit the local shop
I’ve bought my fishing rod in Yosemite Village Sport Shop in Yosemite Valley. They sell all the equipment and materials I need for any kind of fishing adventure. You can also get your license there.
Try Quiet Fishing
The first time I experienced quiet fishing, I was amazed. There are several great quiet spots for fishing, especially along the river of Merced. You can also find several good fishing spots in Yosemite Mariposa County.
Fish with a Local Guide
Though I’ve gone back to Yosemite…

Fishing in Merced River During Winter: Tips and Tricks

How can I ever forget my first fishing endeavors in the Merced River of Yosemite? On recommendation from Fishermen’s Angle, I found the river runs through Yosemite National Park for about 10 miles. The amazing thing about it is that it is overflowing with trout.
As the winter season in Yosemite brings snow, it also brings rain to the lower elevations. This officially opens the “Muddy Water Fly Fishing” season in Yosemite. I’ve been fishing there for 6 years, and I’ve discovered some tricks in catching trout during the winter season. Here are some tips that you might be able to use.
Bring the right equipment
I set up my rig in the muddy water for the first time, I’ve found myself in a somewhat ridiculous situation. When you know that the water is becoming muddy and dirty, I swear you’ll learn not to use the 5x or 6x tippet…

My Experience in the Annual Fly Fishing Event in Yosemite

I want to express my heartfelt gratitude to every angler who joined us in the Annual Fly Fishing Event last year. It was another rewarding and exciting experience for everyone.
Looking back at our last year’s experience in Yosemite, it seems like it’s just yesterday that I was able to assist an experienced angler. We hooked into a big wild brown trout on a spring creek. It was a challenge to try out different techniques in fly fishing. We had hardships and yet, it was absolutely fun. We broke three rods that time, but we eventually caught a 95 cm trout.
The Yosemite Fly Fishing guide encourages you try a variety of styles to practice in fishing. Actually catching the fish is just part of the adventure. There’s also excitement in the waiting and hauling reeling in the fisth. Because Yosemite is so rich in trouts, fly fishing anglers come back to join the event every year. I am one of …