What To Bring: Don't forget your polarized shades. Pack them, and then pack two more pairs as backups. The fly game totally revolves around your ability to spot the fish. Sun angles and water clarity certainly play a big role, but if your guide says, "11:30...40 feet," and you can't see the red, you're toast. Guide Gregg Arnold recommends carrying an 8-, 9-, and 10-weight rod, however, the 8 will get the job done 95% of the time. Floating lines rated for warm weather are the norm. Believe it or not, fly selection isn't that critical. Any bushy baitfish imitator in chartreuse, white, or purple will get inhaled.