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Mad River "Clean Sweep"

Saturday, May 11th

10:00 a.m.

Birchbark Canoe Livery




Mad River Clean Sweep STILL SCHEDULED- Change of Plans

Brought to you by TU Madmen, Mad River Outfitters, Central Ohio Fly Fishers (COFF), Miami Valley Fly Fishers (MVFF) and Buckeye United Fly Fishers (BUFF)

Gather at 10 a.m. at Birchbark Canoe Livery- 1455 River Rd, Urbana, Ohio 43078

* Please bring work gloves
* Dress for the weather

BBQ to follow cleanup! Please RSVP Scott Smallwood, supersonicscoot@gmail.com

NEW- Due to river conditions, we will not be using watercraft for the clean up and we are discouraging individuals from using their own boats, rafts and other watercraft. Instead, we will be focusing efforts on cleaning up litter and trash at the bridges and surrounding areas.

Contact Scott Smallwood at 614-257-8044 or supersonicscoot@hotmail.com if you  have questions.



The River needs you! We hope that you can join us!







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New! G. Loomis IMX-Pro Musky Fly Rods


You are the lord of the long-odds. Experienced. Focused. Packed with grit to grind.....and the G. Loomis IMX-Pro Musky rod is your weapon of choice. Featured here in the 9' 11wt version which is rated for 400-450 grains. Hottest Musky rods on the market today.




Nothing's easy about coaxing musky with a fly. With massive technical demands, the battle is downright physical. Beacasue your rotator cuff just isn't enough, IMX-PROm feature "all day" actions that ooze shoulder-saving sweetness. Mega-durable cloud cork top/bottom grips keep both hands busy long after everyone else is waming theirs back at the cabin. Partnered with professional guide and Elite Ambassador, Chris Willen, Loomis' motivation to forge the most advanced tools for modern musky angling match your intense drive for success on the water.

Conduit Core

Traditioinally, as the blank diameter increases, so does the total amount used. This was the only way of ensuring strength/durability in the bottom half of the rod. Conduit Core technology removed excess wraps of graphite and replaces them with a proprietary material that's of equal strength, but dramatially lighter in weight. Casters exert less energy to move the rod, increasing the total energy required to manipulate the line when casting, mending and animaing flies.

* High-modulus graphite construction
* Balanced swing weight + incredible durability
* Multi-Taper Design reinforces potential stress points within the blank while reducing unnecessary graphite material




Features

* Chrome single-foot guides
* Chrome stripper guides (3 total for increased durability)
* Cloud Composite "Magnum Grip"
* Custom aluminum up-locking reel seat
* Tube and cloth rod bag
* Handcrafted in Woodland, Washington


The G. Loomis IMX-PRO Musky Fly Rods featured come in the 1190-4 and 1290-4 versions.



The 9' 11wt 4 piece Musky fly rod from G. Loomis is rated for 400-450 grains




The 9' 12wt 4 piece Musky fly rod from G. Loomis is rated for 500-550 grains. 








* Please remember, if you decide to "Make this an Outfit".....simply purchase a reel and a line and tell us which hand your retrieve the reel with. We'll load up the reel properly and the backing will be on us! Click the "Outfit" tab above for more details.




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The annual F3t, or Fly Fishing Film Tour was held here in Columbus back on Thursday, March 21st at Studio 35 Cinema here in Columbus.

Not only was it a ton of fun......but it was our best year ever!


Fly Fishing Film Tour 2019 - YouTube


Congrats again to the Central Ohio fly fishing community! Together we raised $6,860.00 for True North Veteran Support. We couldn't have done this without you....our friends and loyal supporters. 



The Fly Fishing Community Raised $6,860 For Veteran Support - YouTube


Thanks again to the Central Ohio Fly Fishers and Madmen Chapter of TU for co-sponsoring this even with us. We appreciate your help and support.

Also a shout out to Studio 35 Cinema. You all really made us feel welcome and it seems that we have found a new home for the F3t in Columbus.

Be sure to check on our last Blog post for the list of folks and companies who donated raffle prizes as well. They also deserve our thanks and support!

Be sure to check out the great folks and great mission of True North Veteran Support- 

We'll see you next year!




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Columbus, Ohio 43214

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Thursday, March 21st 2019
Studio 35 Cinema
3055 Indianola Ave.
Columbus, Ohio 43202


Doors open at 5:00 p.m. and show starts at 7:00


TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT!




* Bring some extra cash to buy Raffle tickets. Sure to be some great prizes to be had


Brought to you by:





Additional sponsors:










2019 Raffle Prizes/Tickets

Raffle Tickets will be $5.00 each or 5 for $20.00. We will be accepting cash, credit cards or checks. You will be able to place tickets into a seperate container for each Grand Raffle Prize individually. General Raffle will be picked from the table as numbers are called.


Over $5,000.00 worth of Grand Prizes for 2019!


Grand Prizes

1. SAGE Igniter 908-4 9' 8wt 4pc fly rod- $900.00- donated by rep Ben Hunting and Sage fly rods

2. Nautilus Custom XL Fly Reel- "Gold and Key Lime"- $550.00 donated by Nautilus Fly Reels

3. Simms G3 Waders (your size)- $549.95- donated by rep Tony Ferrie and Simms

4. TFO Fly Rod of Choice- up to $399.95- dontated by rep Ray Schmidt and TFO Fly Rods

5. Simms G4 Tactical Hip Pack- $149.95- donated by rep Tony Ferrie and Simms

6. Orvis Recon 7'11" 9wt 4pc fly rod- $449.00- donated by rep Park Burson and Orvis

7. FREE Family Dinner- Once a month for a year - Unlimited nutritional value- donated by Jeff Aufdencamp and Mama Mimis Pizza

8. Fishpond "20th Anniversary" Blue River Chest Pack- $99.95- donated by Fishpond

9. 9'3" 5wt 4pc custom Fly Rod by Semper Fly Rods- $315.00- donated by Tony Makris and Semper Fly Rods

10. $400.00 Gift Certificate from Semper Fly Rods- donated by Tony Makris and Semper Fly Rods

11. Costa Blackfin Sunglasses- Sunrise Silver Mirror-Large fit- $259.00- donated by Costa Sunglasses

12. RAM-CL- Custom Leather Fly Holster- Guide Model- $99.00- donated by Robert Mullenbach and his Custom Leatherworks

13. RAM-CL- Custom Leather Fly Holster- Guide Model- $99.00- donated by Robert Mullenbach and his Custom Leatherworks

14. Hatch Tempest Pliers- Blue- $350.00- donated by Hatch Outdoors

15. G. Loomis IMX Pro Streamer Rod- 9 7wt 4pc- $495.00- donated by Mad River Outfitters

16. $100.00 Mad River Outfitters Gift Certificate- donated by Mad River Outfitters


Standard Raffle Prizes

So far tons of hats, buffs, fly lines, stickers misc. and more. 

* These items will be on a table and picked first-come by the winners
We would like to thank the following for their generous donations:

Central Ohio Fly Fishers
Madmen Chapter of Trout Unlimited
Tony Makris- Semper Fly Rods
Robert Mullenbach- RAM-CL
Jeff Aufdencamp- Mama Mimis Pizza
Tony Ferrie- Hatch, Simms and G. Loomis
Ben Hunting- Sage and Fishpond
Park Burson- Orvis and Scientific Anglers
Ray Schmidt- TFO Fly Rods
Costa Sunglasses

* Add your name or organization to this list? Donations surely accepted


Tickets will be $5.00 each or 5 for $20.00 and we will be able to accept Cash, Check or Credit Cards at the show.



Majority of the  proceeds go to benefit our new friends at True North Veterans Support



True North is a new organization located in Delaware, Ohio that offers support for Veterans, First Responders, EMS, Fire, Dispatchers, their families and their comminities

A big part of what they do is rescue horses and offer an equine assisted PTS Therapy program as well as Greenhouse farming, Agriculture and Aquaculture to assist in healing and growing.

They are also offering fly tying and fly fishing classes which is where we will come in. Our efforts through the F3T should fund their classes for many years to come. It is an honor for us (with your support) to help out those who have helped us.

They will be attending the event and addressing the crowd before the show.


You can visit their website to learn more:








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Chocklett's Feather Game Changer

The “Game Changer” whether you are referring to the fly or its creator Blane Chocklett, the name is fitting.

In the world of fly tying, it is not very often something truly game changing comes around. When Blane first introduced the pattern 5-6 years ago, it was tied using a chenille/brush type material called Body Fur. Now the pattern is tied using a number of different natural and synthetic materials. In this step by step we will be tying a variation of the Feather Game Changer.

This particular version lends itself well to flies in the 4-6” range. This variation has become a staple for us over the past few years for Smallmouth, Stripers, Steelhead and even Bowfin. Once you have fished any version of the Game Changer it is hard to go back to any other fly as they are so much fun to tie an fish and they flat out get the job done!


Feather Game Changer Recipe:

Body: Articulated Fish Spines: 10mm and 15mm- Click Here
Middle Hook: Ahrex NS172 Gammerus #4- Click Here
Front Hook: Gamakatsu SL12S Short #1/0- Click Here
Tail: Whiting American American Saddle- white Click Here or Strung Marabou- white- Click Here
Body Material: Whiting American Hen Saddle- Click Here or Whiting Coq De Leon Hen Saddle- Click Here
Head: Contrasting color of the above mentioned feathers (optional)
Prop Material: Chocklett’s Filler Flash- pearl and gray- Click Here
Thread: UTC 140- white or GSP 100 denier- white- Click Here
Cements: SolarEz Bone Dry UV Resin- Click Here and Zap-A-Gap Brush On- Click Here or Hard as Hull- Click Here





Step 1: Insert 10mm Spine into vise. Lay down an even base of thread from the eye to as far back on the shank as possible so that you can maximize the amount of usable space on the already small platform.





Step 2: Tie in Filler Flash and palmer material forward with tight side by side wraps. Bring the material almost all the way forward, leaving roughly one eye width remaining from the actual eye of the shank. Secure and trim excess. 





Step 3: After tying off the Filler Flash tie in four saddle tips in total. You will want to tie these feathers in evenly around the shank. I find its easiest to tie in two feathers at the top each at a 45 degree angle and the same on the bottom. This will give you a tent like appearance or a “V” on both sides of the shank.





Step 4: Attach second 10mm spine to the first and insert into vise. Just as before you will want to start your thread right at the eye and wrap back as far on the shank as possible. You may find it helpful to brush on a little Zap to help give the thread traction. **You will want to bring your thread back far enough to leave just enough room in the loop of the shank to allow the previous shank to swing side to side without hanging up. Doing so will limit the amount of gap you have between sections, giving the fly the illusion of being one piece. 




Step 5: Cut away a few fibers of the Filler Flash exposing the core. This will allow for a very secure and clean tie in point. 





Step 6: Palmer Filler Flash forward to just behind the shanks eye and secure.




Step 7: Select three feathers from the top of the saddle. (The feathers from this part of the skin are the smallest and most narrow.) Marry all three feathers together by laying them evenly one on top of the other. Hold the tips in one hand and preen the fiber downward toward the base of the stem. Trim the excess material at the top of the feathers leaving a small tab. Using that tab tie in feathers with the concave side facing the tail of the fly. This will ensure all the fibers will flow backwards when palmering them forward. Wrap feathers forward covering up the remaining portion of the shank and tie off.


Step 8: Attach third 10mm spine and secure in the vise. At this point you are going to repeat everything in step 7.





Step 9: Secure Ahrex hook into vise. Secure thread just behind the eye of the hook and wrap thread back to about 1/3 the way down the bend of the hook then return thread back up so that it rests between the barb and the point of the hook. At this point attach rear portion of the fly to the hook using a fish spine with the eye cut off or using Senyo’s Intruder wire. If using wire make sure the loop is situated on top of and in line with the hook shank, leaving just enough of an opening so that the fly can swing freely but not be hindered in any way. Lay on a coationg on brush on super glue and lock down with very tight securing wraps up and down the hook shank. 





Step 10: Tie in Filler Flash and palmer forward to the halfway point on the fly and tie off.





Step 11: Just as before we are going to select three hen saddles. This time you will want to select them from a little further down the skin. This will ensure they are a little wider and larger which will help us start to form shape and taper in the fly. Palmer feathers forward all the way to the eye of the hook. Add glue and tie off.              

                                                                                                                                
**From this point on in the fly each group of feathers should come from a little farther down on the skin at each stage of the fly moving forward. As stated above this will be how we form shape, taper and density into the fly, which is crucial to achieve the desired profile and swimming action**  




Step 12: Attach hook to the first 15mm Fish Spine. Secure thread behind the eye and wrap an even thread base to the rear of the shank. Tie in Filler Flash and make very dense side by side wraps up to the halfway point on the shank and tie off. Select the next group of feathers, tie in and palmer forward until you reach the eye of the shank. Whip finish and glue. 

Attach the second 15mm spine and repeat the same steps as with the previous 15mm spine.





Step 13: Attach 15mm spine to the front hook using the same technique used to attach the middle hook. 





Step 14: Tie in Filler Flash and palmer forward to about the half way point on the hook shank. Try to get as many wraps as possible in this step. Use as much tension as possible when wrapping the Flash forward. This will cause the material to stand off the hook shank as straight as possible maximizing its ability to prop the feathers up at a steeper angle as to increase profile and taper. 





Step 15: This next is totally optional but I wanted to include it in the step by step because I forgot to add this in on the video tutorial. In these two images you will see hen saddles or hackle tips being added in as pectoral fins. Although this step is not completely necessary I personally include them on all of my patterns. The most important benefit to this step is that it will be adding to the realism of the fly significantly. Because most all predatory fish view their prey first from below this will further sell your offering by showing the fish one of the more noticeable features on a fish. On a fly like this you are not really increasing the time or difficulty of the pattern by including them on there so why not?





Step 16: After tying in your pectoral fins to either side of the fly you will be ready for your last step. Now to complete the fly you will tie in and palmer feathers just as before but at this stage you will need to use two groups of three feathers in this portion for two reasons. First is to take up the extra space on the hook shank and secondly to add density to the head of the fly. A streamers ability to swim starts with the head of the fly. The diversion of water around the head of the fly is what starts the swimming action of the fly. The denser the head the greater diversion or deflection of water.




Wrapping Things Up: If you have not attempted tying any of the Game Changer style of flies before I highly encourage you to do so. Although it may not be as easy and quick to tie as a Clouser Minnow it’s effectiveness and durability combined with the fact that it is downright fun to fish should make for a compelling argument. There is a reason why this style of fly has taken the tying industry by storm it flat gets it done. 

If you think of the Game Changer as a platform and not just one specific way to tie a fly and with only one material the possibilities are endless. With all of the materials now available to us as fly tyers you are only limited to what you can conjure up in your head. In the coming months I will be doing a series of videos and step by steps highlighting just some of the many ways you can tie a Game Changer. If there is variation you would like to see done let us know and we will do our best to make it happen.

As always if you have any questions on this tutorial do not hesitate to call or email the shop. 

-Pat Kelly- January 2019


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Thursday, March 21st 2019

Studio 35 Cinema
3055 Indianola Ave.
Columbus, Ohio 43202



Doors open at 5:00 p.m. and show starts at 7:00

Tickets: $20.00 in the shop or online  (show will sell out so no plans to have at the venue)





* Bring some extra cash to buy Raffle tickets. Sure to be some great prizes to be had


Brought to you by:






Additional sponsors:




Central Ohio Fly Fishers





Madmen Chapter of Trout Unlimited



2019 Raffle Prizes

Raffle Tickets will be $5.00 each or 5 for $20.00. We will be accepting cash, credit cards or checks. You will be able to place tickets into a seperate container for each Grand Raffle Prize individually. General Raffle will be picked from the table as numbers are called.


Grand Prizes
TBA 



Standard Raffle Prizes
So far tons of hats, buffs, fly lines, stickers misc. and more. 

* These items will be on a table and picked first-come by the winners


We would like to thank the following for their generous donations:

Central Ohio Fly Fishers
Madmen Chapter of Trout Unlimited

* Add your name or organization to this list? Donations surely accepted



Tickets will be $5.00 each or 5 for $20.00 and we will be able to accept Cash, Check or Credit Cards at the show.




Majority of the  proceeds go to benefit our new friends at True North Veterans Support



True North is a new organization located in Delaware, Ohio that offers support for Veterans, First Responders, EMS, Fire, Dispatchers, their families and their comminities

A big part of what they do is rescue horses and offer an equine assisted PTS Therapy program as well as Greenhouse farming, Agriculture and Aquaculture to assist in healing and growing.

They are also offering fly tying and fly fishing classes which is where we will come in. Our efforts through the F3T should fund their classes for many years to come. It is an honor for us (with your support) to help out those who have helped us.

They will be attending the event and addressing the crowd before the show.


You can visit their website to learn more:







2019 Fly Fishing Film Tour
Thursday, March 21st



Studio 35





Mad River Outfitters

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Columbus, Ohio 43214
614-451-0363
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Happy New Year from all of us at Mad River Outfitters


2018 was our best year ever, for many reasons, and we can't wait to see what 2019 brings.


Thanks to all of YOU for allowing us to do what we do. We could not do it without you!


Wishing you the best for 2019.


Brian, Patrick, Linda, Andy, Ryan, Kevin, Cristina, Dick, Judy, Roger, Josh and Rogue






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Simple Caddis Dry Fly


Guiding requires some specialized flies at times.  These flies need to get the job done by utilizing diversity, productivity, simplicity, and multifunctionality.  A caddis is a staple in most trout boxes.  Dries, nymphs, and puppas are the usual box fillers.  I needed something that would cross over blurring all of the life cycles of the Caddis. 

On the tail of Sulphur season and tying endless emergers I was standing knee deep in the Mad with clients.  We were swinging Soft Hackles and drifting emergers when there were splashed everywhere and fish on a heavy feed.  Our waders started to get covered with caddis and soon they were in our eyes.  My clients were very new and were having trouble keeping fish buttoned on the swing.  They wanted to catch a fish on a dry, but the fish did not want an Elk Hair Caddis.  I pulled out all the tricks of trimming down the dries and greasing up the wet flies and we landed a few fish.  That night I hit the vise. 

With mayfly emergers fresh in my mind along with the days events this fly “emerged.”  This fly has everything you need in a Caddis, minus the guide (for free.)  Dip the whole thing in some High and Dry liquid for a super high floating dry that take a dropper well.  Dust the wing with some High and Dry Power Floatant and add a drop of Henry’s Sink It to the butt for a low floating dry.  Grease your tippet with Snake River Mud for those really picky fish.  Add some High and Dry Gel to the wing and Powder to the body then swing it with a short sink tip for a very realistic puppa.  On and on and on… 

Do not just pigeon hole this for Caddis though.  Tweak it to look more like a mayfly emerger, cripple, or spinner.  Pull out the black materials and tie it as a cricket in the summer.  What about in a size 8-10 as a hopper…endless options.  Tie a few of these up and then let your imagination flow.

Ryan Ratliff- December 2018


Simple Caddis Recipe:

Hook: TMC 2457 #14- Click Here or Daiichi 1167- Click Here
Thread: Uni 8/0 or equivalent- Click Here
Body: Micro Fine and Dry Dubbing- Click Here
Underwing: 2mm Foam- Click Here
Overwing: X Caddis Deer- Click Here hair or Elk Hair- Click Here




1. Place hook in vise and wrap thread way back on the bend of the hook.




2. Prep some dubbing and apply to thread creating a slender dubbing rope.




3. Dub the body tapering thicker towards the hook eye.  Stop abruptly about 2-3 hook eye lengths back from the eye.




4. Cut a thin strip of sheet foam the length of the entire sheet.





5. Taper one end of the foam to a point and tie it in extending back over your dubbed body.




6. Once secure pull the foam back and trim to the length of the hook.




7. Trim the square edges from the foam where you just cut (optional).




8. Select a piece of hair that meets your color, size, and purpose needed.  Elk Hair is great for larger patterns and Short and Fine or XCaddis deer hair is perfect for smaller patterns.




9. Cut hair off from the hide and pull out the underfur.  Place in a hair stacker tips first.  Tap a few times, separate the pieces of the stacker and grab the perfectly aligned tips.




10. Measure the hair against the foam wing.  You will want the tips to just pass the foam.




11. Carefully tie in the hair taking care to keep it all on top of the hook shank.




12. Pull the butts back and place a few wraps under the hair.  Be careful not to crowd the eye of the hook.




13. Apply some more dubbing of the same color or color of your choice to the thread.  Wrap two or so wraps over the exposed thread over the hair.  Then wedge a few wraps under the butts of hair behind the hook eye.  Again plan this out as to not crowd the eye.
 




14. Whip finish right behind the hook eye.  Glue, varnish, or UV resin if desired.




15. Trim the butts of the hair.  If you want a fly that skates well trim slightly longer and apply some SolarEz Flex fanning out the trimmed hair.  If you are targeting Panfish trim long and resin straight up so it will pop.  If you want a swinging fly trim short.  Typically, I keep it long and fine tune on the water.




16. The finished fly here trimmed slightly long with the hair fanned out wide.  



Watch the Video:


SIMPLE CADDIS PATTERN: Fly Tying Tutorials - YouTube






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Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from all of us at Mad River Outfitters!


We had our best Holiday Season BY FAR, of our now 24 year history.

We truly appreciate you thinking of us for your fly fishing and holiday shopping needs and wants.

Thanks also for shopping small and supporting a locally owned, family business like ours.

We hope that you have a great Christmas with friends and family and we look forward to seeing you all soon. 2019 will bring great things and we can't wait to share it with you all.


Brian, Patrick, Andy, Ryan, Linda, Kevin, Cristina, Dick, Judy, Roger, Josh and Rogue.







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It's Monday, December 17th and there's still Plenty of Time for Holiday Shopping at www.madriveroutfitters.com



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