If you think terrestrial imitations are only for summer fishing, you’re missing a great deal of dry-fly action. The normal thought is that trout ignore land-bred insects in the spring and early. . .
In this great video, Amelia Jensen shows great technique for catching big trout with a fly rod in small streams. It’s not so much about what she says, as what she does that teaches so much. Notice . . .
This week’s Master Class is about fishing nymphs with droppers when trout are not feeding on the surface but also aren’t holding in deep runs. This is a great technique when there is a sparse . . .
“How do I become a guide?” “Should I get a job as a guide?” “How do I train to be a fishing guide?” “What skills do I need?” I get these questions all the time on podcast requests, and because . . .
In Tuesday’s post, “How to Fish Streamers in the Early Season,” I explained that I prefer flies that have some movement of their own, like ones with marabou and rabbit fur, because they work . . .
I always mistrust fly fishers who mouth the platitude, “I don’t care if I catch any fish or not; it’s just nice to get out there.” Sure. Then why don’t you leave the rod home and save yourself the . . .
When I’m giving presentations on reading the water, I often get questioning looks when I say that trout are more likely to feed in front of rocks than behind them. In this video, Dave and Amelia . . .