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With the fall salmon season now officially over we focus our attention to Steelhead Fishing.

As usual we are offering 1 and 2 person 8 hour Steelhead trips. These trips focus heavily on teaching anglers to become compotent Steelhead fisherman. Our focus during our steelhead fishing day is to concentrate on reading water, formulating a fishing gameplan and choosing the right technique for the current river conditions. We can supply all waders, boots, rods and reels and terminal tackle.
These trips have a history of creating compotent Steelhead fisherman. Many of the anglers I have taken on these trips are now catching Steelhead more often than not. Its not just the skills I teach but also the passion and enthusiam I share that inspires people to get out and fish hard and effectively.
Not just new Steelhead anglers can benefit from a trip with me, often experienced anglers will book with me to learn the finer details of float fishing jigs or casting weighted spinners and spoons for the magnificent Winter Steelhead.

These trips are 1 person $300 or 2 person $450
To book simply email us at [email protected] or call Rod at 604 845 9893

At Bent Rods we are constantly adding new jigs and lures to our huge array of products.

On the jig front we now offer the following sizes of "do it yourself" jigs for tying your own jigs

Pin and bead jig kits 11/32 beads with 1/0 sickle hooks - 10 pack
9/32 beads with #1 sickle hooks - 10 pack

lead head jigs - all lead head jigs come in 9 color options and 5 size options

Colors: pink, cerise, white, copper, black, blue, orange, purple, and red

size options: 1/2 oz, 3/8 oz, 1/4 oz, 1/8 oz and 1/16 oz(micro jigs,also good for fly fishing)

the most common sizes for Steelhead float fishing are the 1/4 ounce and 1/8 ounce.

Also of interest to Steelhead anglers are the Steelhead Jig Packs, these are 35 of my favorite Steelhead jigs for $99


You can go to www.bentrods.ca to order any of our products or visit a vast majority of local tackle stores and find them there.

Bent Rods is now starting our "Jig Tying with Bent Rod nights".

These are 3 hour sessions where I teach the skills needed to become a compotent jig tier. I concentrate on 5 styles of jigs and teach how to effectively use the most common tying materials to tie your own fish slaying jigs. You will learn to tie pin and bead jigs, lead head jigs, worm and grub jigs, twitching jigs and new this year "beaded jigs".
We supply all materials and tools and you will leave with a minimum of 5 jigs ready to catch fish tied by you.

We also talk at length about techniques and theory for catching Salmon and Steelhead and I will answer any questions you have on fishing in general. Its a great opportunity to learn secrets from a professional fisherman.

We hold our tying nights on Saturdays, this way you can come fish for the day then join me for the tying night. Often anglers will get a room in town and then head out the next day with their self tied jigs and boosted confidence and chase the elusive Steelhead.

Our first tying night will be December 27th at 6 pm, we hold these sessions at my Bent Rods Boat shop on my property.
Cost is $50 per person, we have 8 people per session. We provide everything you will need. We also supply coffee, tea and snacks.

also we have jig tying tool kits available for sale. These come with everything you need to tie jigs. You can also purchase pin and beads and lead head jigs for your own future tying sessions.

To book email us at [email protected] or call Rod at 604 845 9893

I'm looking forward to a great Steelhead season and hopefully I can get a chance to fish with or spend a night tying jigs with some of you.

Tight lines and Bent Rods
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