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The Angler's Edge

Gardnerville, NV, United States

Endorsed by 1960 people

Established in 1994, The Angler's Edge is proud to service the local and visiting fly fishers of the Eastern Sierra. We've grown up with the area and it's fisheries. Owned and staffed by avid fly fishers, our intimate knowledge of what's fishing well & when can save you frustrating hours on the water and get you into fish as soon as possible.

Known far and wide for friendly and welcoming customer service. We invite you to come see us for all your fly fishing needs or just to shoot the breeze. Our friendly knowledgeable staff strives to make every customer feel like a regular customer.


1489 U.S. Hwy 395 N, Gardnerville, NV, United States
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Half Day Guide Trip

Walk/Wade / 4 Hours / Fly Gear
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  • 1-2 People $250.00

Full Day Guide Trip

Walk/Wade / 8 Hours / Fly Gear
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  • 1 People $350.00
  • 2 People $400.00

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Your Guide Trip will require moderate physical exertion which you should be prepared for. Activities such as walking on un-even ground sometimes for distances, walking on wet and slippery rocks, exposure to direct sunlight and or inclement weather. Some items you should bring along to make your outing more comfortable are listed below.


Polarized Sunglasses

Wading Boots (with felt or sticky sole)

Lot's of water and a way to carry it

Waders (during winter, spring & fall)


Rain Jacket

Valid Fishing License

Leaders & Tippet Material


Did We Mention Lot's Of Drinking Water And A Way To Carry It?


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Won’t be in the shop tomorrow... broken water main at home is showing some fangs.....
Well, isn't  this a fine how do you do???!!!!   Guess if you're headed to Pyramid from the valley or CC.. your trip might take a bit longer
spoke to the tribal offices.. repair is complete... BUT... it still has to pass inspection and have certification... could be this coming mid-week... (could be)
Wonder how long a ‘cleared’ tying area will last!... I’m giving it 7 days... maybe 2...  🙂
SIX days before CA closes its waters in the area (yes, lakes in Alpine stay open and the C&R rivers in Alp and Mono)
High Sierra Fly Casters are hitting Pyramid on Saturday with The Ruby Mtn Fly Fishers.. I think even some Carson City Fly Club members are joining in!!!
Hope everyone has a great weekend... go fish... you don’t want to just wish!!
From NDOW:
Happy Nevada Day!
Guess what time of year it is????  No, it's not drop all your left over chocolate Halloween Candy off for Liz....  (hmmm...)

Here’s our Class schedule for the 2018/19 fly tying season:

(gift certificates are also available for these classes, casting, gear and guiding)

These 2 day, all materials and tools provided, classes take the student from beginning to more difficult techniques. Instructed by commercial fly Tier and designer, Liz Weirauch, students will learn material usages and the entomology of the flies.

Class size is limited for quality instruction for 2 Saturdays in a row, 8 am - 12:30 pm, sign up and deposit in advance, calss cost is $75.00. Pick one class:

November 10 & 17
December 8 & 15
January 12 & 19
February 9 & 16
March 9 & 16

Call 775-781-7112 for questions or more info on fly fishing or conditions
Lot's of changes happening right now.. Irrigation season ends October 31st, which means, yes, any river that receives water from an impoundment will drop. (EW already has had a few drops in 3 days)
Time change next 'Sunday' (anyone get up at 2 am and change their clocks!!!???)
A GORGEOUS weekend is on tap and we have 2 weeks before standard regulations close in California.  There are a lot of fish EVERYWHERE!!!
MONUMENT AREA OPENING: just spoke to tribal office, it’s going to be AT LEAST another 3 weeks before Monument is opened to the public. 
We’ll keep you up to date and let you know if it is postponed more or a miracle happens and it’s opened earlier.
Wow, needed a reason to forget about staying home and not fish this weekend?
1. Gorgeous Fall weather
2. Water is still got great flows and is cool
3. Fall colors are at peak
4. Trout are fattening up
5. Lots of fish are out there... calling just for you


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