Top 10 Pink Salmon Flies
Fly fishing for Pink Salmon
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As some of you may know, 2017 is a Pink Salmon year for us here on the lower half of the west coast of BC. You have seen us tying up the odd pattern here and there getting ready for this fishery. We are all super excited to say the least!
Pink Salmon, or ‘Humpies’, are the smallest of the salmon species (averaging 5-8 pounds) and are a great introductory species for learning how to fight salmon on the fly. Pinks usually start showing up in our rivers around the 3rd week in July and run until the first week of September. They take willingly to almost anything pink and they will even take dries! A 9 to 9-1/2 foot 6-8 weight rod are our weapons of choice. The lighter tackle will allow you to get a lot of play out of these scrappy fish. Using a full floating line with a 10-15 foot type 3 sinking tip will help you to get into the zone.
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Click on the fly patterns below to take you to our tutorials for our Top 10 Pink Salmon patterns, complete with material lists and instructional fly tying videos. Enjoy!
Friday Night Flies – Cash Money Pink Salmon Fly
Friday Night Flies – Pink’s No Joker Fly
Friday Night Flies – PINK SQUID FLY ( aka the hoochie fly)
Friday Night Flies – Pink Reaper
Friday Night Flies – Jordan’s Pink Fly
Friday Night Flies – Brendan’s Handlebar Variant Pink Fly
Friday Night Flies – Pink Salmon Hare’s Ear Nymph
Friday Night Flies – Mr Pinky Salmon Fly
Friday Night Flies – Pink Slammer
Friday Night Flies – Foxy pink