Master Class Monday: How To Improve Dry-Fly Accuracy on Small Trout Streams, Part 2

This week’s Master Class Monday features the second part of Dave and Amelia Jensen‘s excellent lesson on the importance of accuracy when you’re fly fishing on a small spring creek. (Click here for Part 1.) Here, Amelia stalks big browns on a tiny stream, making use of the bow-and-arrow cast to ensure that her flies land directly in the trout’s feeding lane. For a good lesson on the bow-and-arrow cast, check out Pete Kutzer’s video on the technique.

Watch for further installments of Master Class Monday every week here at Orvis News, in the Advanced Tactics playlist our You Tube Channel, and on the new Advanced section of our Orvis Fly Fishing Learning Center.

2 thoughts on “Master Class Monday: How To Improve Dry-Fly Accuracy on Small Trout Streams, Part 2”

  1. I am always amazed at the size of the fish in these videos. I am not looking for the name of the streams but where, in general, do Dave and Amelia film these videos?

    1. Amazing how such large fish are being caught in such a small habitat.
      I fished small creeks like this in NJ, NY, PA, DE and CO and never caught a trout over 16″.
      Great technique and a unique stream.
      Learned some good tips, maybe I can get a big buck like that.

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