The Guided fly fishing business is based on the PRE arrangement of guides, equipment, location requirements and lodging to coincide with the day or days you the client has chosen to fish. These types of businesses can only operate if those dates are POSITIVE.
There is the issue of water quality i.e., high flows, turbidity etc. that can change in a matter of hours. We can sometimes predict this happening and booked dates will be cancelled or moved to open days later in the season or next season. This is done upon the advice from your guide be it myself or one of the guides we use. During the winter months when this may happen I will call the clients prior to their dates and inform them of fishing conditions that may affect their trip. Your nonrefundable deposit will be transferred to another open date should the river be unfishable upon the booked date.
The dates booked are held with a $100 non refundable deposit per boat per day paid by check mailed to Brazda’s Fly Fishing, and a valid CC number supplied at time of booking to hold the days. The client may re-schedule up to 45 days prior to their date. If you cancel within 45-30 days of your scheduled date you will be charged 50% of the total trip costs. Cancellations within 30 days of scheduled date the client is responsible for the full price of their booking and will be charged on the Credit Card number supplied at booking. Remaining payment for your dates will be paid with a check, cash or credit card at the end of your fishing dates.
Also, you will never be charged a guide fee for rain outs. Thank you Jeff Brazda
"The best Steelhead guide/lodge on the Olympic Peninsula period! Jeff Brazda is one of the finest guides I have had the pleasure to fish with, he even had the patience to teach my ADD personality to spey cast. With one of Jeff's guides Joe Willauer I was able to catch my first steelhead "on the swing" using my new spey casting skills ! This is a trip not to be missed call or email Jeff and see if he has a spot for you or your group. Enjoy and Tight lines to all -- Popamack! "
Hi Jeff....Fred McCollum here. I just wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed fishing at the Bogy house lodge two weeks ago. The lodge was very comfortable, the food great, your guides were extremely hard working and excellent. I didn't land as many fish as I hooked, but I guess that is not unusual! I even enjoyed fishing with Badaliance and that's good! I hope to be back next year the first week of April.....if you are around Ennis this year call me and we will wet a line or at least lift a glass! Fred
Jeff, Just wanted to thank you for a memorable steelhead trip. I really enjoyed myself. Can't thank you enough for all the help and instruction you gave me. I learned a lot.
You have a great operation. Enjoyed meeting your other guests. Annie was great in the kitchen and your younger guides showed great enthusiasm and love of their sport.
Would certainly do it again.
Just wanted to let you know that I had a great time staying at the Bogy House and fishing with you and the guy's. You run a great operation and I look forward to when I get the chance to make another trip out. The waters presented a bit of a challenge but you, Andy, and Ryan still got me into fish and the fight of my life with that monster I had on for a bit with Ryan. I didn't get the chance to fish with Nate but he was a great help in selecting a head and tip for me to use with the Bamboo Cannon. All great guides! My only complaint is that Annie is too good a cook and I gained at least 5 pounds from eating so much - those scrambled eggs sure were good! Please pass on my thanks to everyone.
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We strive to provide you with the very best fly fishing guide service for steelhead and trout in Washington, Montana, Alaska and Saltwater abroad. I have fished, guided and traveled through out the west and have compiled the best opportunity for each season within my fly fishing guide service.
We start the yearly season fly fishing the Olympic Peninsula, steelhead fly fishing from late January through April; here we target the largest steelhead in the lower 48 states, Spey fishing and nymph fishing on the Sol-Duc River, Hoh River, Bogachiel River, Queets River and Calawah River. FLY FISHING LODGING AT BOGY
Late April and May have us fly fishing abroad for Permit and Bonefish on the Yucatan Peninsula also known as the Permit Coast, April /May happens to be the peak of the Permit season. We find Bonefish in schools of over a hundred and Permit by the dozen, throw in the baby Tarpon on the senates’’ and you have the coveted grand slam.
This year, June through September will find me back home on the Yakima River., guiding out of Ellensburg, Washington.
June and July I will break up my trout season with a few custom 7 day floats in Alaska with Christian Elwell of Borealis Outdoor Adventures, we go for the wild rainbows and often catch a mixed bag of everything that is swimming. Fly fishing float trips on the Alagnek River, Goodnews River and Kenectoc River are available.
Fall time brings me back home to my roots and fly fishing the Upper Columbia Steelhead on the Methow River, with September being a month for the Klickitat River, October and November finds us guiding Fly fishing on the Methow River or Wenatchee River.
December / January has all the attributes of every steelhead season when weather permits, but is best suited for local waterfowl hunting and for that we have time as well, be it guided Goose hunting from a pit in Central Washington or guided hunting in a Duck blind along the Columbia flyway we follow the migration to the end of the season in January just in time for the OP Steelhead linking the circle of a seasonal guide life.
Washington Fly Fishing Guides - Fall Steelhead Fly Fishing on the Methow River, Wenatchee River and Klickitat River for the 2013 Season
The past years fall run has been spectacular on the Methow and Klickitat Rivers. The incedental Chinook Salmon fishing on the Klickitat River was incredable and is forcasted for an even bigger run.
The upper Columbia strain is known for it’s free rising steelhead, a tendency which is definitely a bonus to the fly angler. The Methow river is a dry fly anglers paradise, every inch of nearly every run screams for a waked dry, and the steelhead that reside often oblige. We fish the Methow and Wenatchee river as soon as it opens in October and on ito the freezing weather of November or December.
The Klickitat river will often be fishing well by the second week of July and the Wenatchee and the Methow as soon as it opens in early October. The Klickitat is best known for 5-12 lb fish but boasts steelhead over the sacred 20 pound mark. The klickitat fishes well right up to its closure the last day of November.
Bookings for Washington State Olympic Peninsula Fly Fishing Guide Services are now being taken for 2014 Olympic Peninsula Wild Steelhead on the Sol-Duc, Hoh, Bogachiel & Queets Rivers
Washington States's Olympic Peninsula guided steelhead season for 2013 was a huge success with big steelhead and lots of exceptional steelhead water. Don't delay in reserving your dates for the upcoming winter steelhead 2014 season! Give Jeff a call at (253) 307-3210 and he'll pencil you in for the 2014 season. This year guests will stay at the BOGY house once again. Check the video below to see these fine accomdations.
Washington trout Fishing on the Yakima, Natches and Methow rivers
Join us this summer trout season for the best of Washington fly fishing for trout. The Yakima boasts the largest trout numbers in the state and the Natches is a fine cutthroat river, the Methow is a jewl of a river with Large cutthroat and rainbows. Any of these are available through our guide services. Season runs May through November with the summer months providing the most diversity.
Washington State Trout Tour: Three rivers four days five nights!
Starting in Ellensburg and finishing up on the Methow and fishing the Natches in between. Fully hosted and guided with first class lodging. Simply get yourself to Ellensburg and we will take it from there! $1495 per person double occ tax included.
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