Do you want to escape the crowds on the big rivers that run alongside the road? Then put on your hiking boots, grab a map, and head into the hills to find something new. Here’s a great primer on “blue-lining” from self-proclaimed trout junkie, Chris Franzen, who discusses how he finds new mountain streams and, more importantly, how to fish them.
6 thoughts on “Classic Pro Tips: How to Find and Fish Your Own Mountain Trout Streams”
I noticed you wading wet and those shoes looked pretty grippy ~ what are they?
Great video and great scenery!
Really enjoyed this. Brought back great memories (and future dreams) of my native Western Pennsylvania up in the Allegheny National Forest.
I do a lot of blue lining on the tn side and I agree it’s my favorite way to fish
I just follow the editor of this blog. That way I don’t have to figure out how to refold the maps!