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Swede's Fly Shop

Spokane, WA, United States

Endorsed by 1013 people

Swede's is a unique establishment founded with the discerning fly fisher and fly tier in mind. The region's most comprehensive selection of superior quality tying materials. Guided fly fishing excursions, destination lodges, classes for all skill levels.


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Tony here folks. Check out what I tied up!!! A little Chartreuse and Blackberry Articulated action. Remember, just because the rivers are currently closed. Doesn't mean you can't go to the Lake!! Good Luck, Tight Lines, and Full Nets to all!!!
Swede's Prostaff Tony will be in the shop today, Tuesday April 9th, demonstrating how to tie Czech Nymphs! Come on down to Swede's Fly Shop today!!
My new Pteronarcys Nymph is no slouch!! It put in work on this nice 18in Spokane River Redband today!
The Skwala hatch is soon upon us. Here in the next 3 weeks or so, you can expect to start seeing the Skwalas on the water. Especially the NF CDA River. Tied on an ideal size 12 200R, with a 3.5mm Tungsten Bead. These Skwala Nymphs are sure to please Trout!!
They're back!! One of Swede's most productive stonefly patterns. The Indominous Stonefly Nymph is a must have for the Lower Spokane River, as well as the Colville, NF CDA, Naches and Yakima Rivers!! Come on down to Swede's Fly Shop and get your Indominous Stonefly Nymphs.
One of the best lakes for fishing brown trout, rainbow trout and steelhead is Rock Lake just south of Williams Lake. While some use conventional gear, the fishing is hot with full sinking lines and using Swede's olive cone head rabbit sculpin. The lake is over 300 feet deep so make sure you use a RIO fly line sinks at least 7-8 inches per second.
The NFCDA is really fishing well especially with Swede's October caddis in the late afternoon hours and streamers during the day. This beautiful cutthroat we released took a streamer fished on a sink tip fly line in some of the deeper water. For more details on what to use and when, contact Swede at the shop. 509 323-0500.


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