Come enjoy blue ribbon fly fishing in the mountains of western Maryland. With reliable stream flows and temperatures all summer long, anglers of all abilities will enjoy a day of guided float or wade fishing with Orvis endorsed Savage River Anglers LLC. 

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Great floating is upon us finally!

The flows are finally in the sweet spot and the fish are responding! Here are a few of the great fish from last Thrusday’s float.

 

North Branch float trips fishing well

Eric with his HUGE North Branch of the Potomac brown trout. It ate a large articulated rainbow trout pattern very shortly after launching for our float. We fished streamers and buggers for most of the day and then switched it to sulphur dries and emergers in the evening when the fish started looking up for…

 

The yellow bugs are on the North Branch of the Potomac!

While the lower Savage has had some higher than normal flows, Savage River Angler has been taking lots of floats down the lower sections of the North Branch of the Potomac. The trout fishing has been excellent with great mixed hatches of mayflies and caddis. We don’t often have the flows down and perfect as…

 

Great dry fly fishing to wild trout with Savage River Anglers

Blue quills, quill gordons, stones, and caddis were on the menu yesterday. We fished a wild trout stream and caught browns, brooks, and bows. The fishing is just going to get better in the weeks to come on Western Maryland trout streams. If you weren’t one of the groups we floated the last 10 days…

 

Savage river fishing is heating up!

It’s been a long cold winter, but spring is starting to show up. The Savage tributaries were firing on Sunday. We had a great stonefly day. It started with stonefly nymphs and finished with super dry fly action. The first blue quills of the year were hatching too, so things are getting ready to pop!…

 

A big fish day and spawning brook trout..

I fished the lower Savage, a brook trout stream, and the North Branch Potomac this week with a good friend who was in town from California. All three days we spent on the water were about as good as it gets. There were an awful lot of dry fly fish taken, equally as many on…

 
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