What to bring
When it comes to the gear, keep the weather and size of the fish in mind. Generally, 9,6 - 10' # 6- 8 fly rods that are capable of handling winds, but if you're lucky enough to experience calm days, don't rob yourself of the opportunity to fish a 9' # 4/ 5. The fly reels should have stable, low-inertia brake systems, and they should be able to pack a WF- fly line and 100- 150 meters of backing. You'll mostly be using floating lines, but intermediate lines are great when fishing streamers or nymphs in heavy seas.
The flies that are typically used at Jurassic Lake are a mix of olive, white, grey, and black streamers, and nymphs and scud imitations in similar colors – preferably with lively rubber legs. The best dry flies are big and buoyant. Chernobyl Ants and similar foam-dry flies with rubber legs and big, white wings of deer hair work impeccably. The common denominator for all of the flies is that they need to be tied on X- strong hooks. Otherwise, they will get straightened out by the bigger fish in the lake.