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 Jensen show you living proof of this, with some great shots of feeding fish and tips on how to catch trout in these tricky spots.
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3 thoughts on “Master Class Monday: How to Fish Around Submerged Rocks”
Very helpful video for dries. Can you make another one for streamer and nymphs?
Fantastic stuff here. That little cushion in front of a boulder often gets ignored!