Trout rising to insects do not always make a big splash. Sometimes the disturbances they make on the surface of a river are more subtle. Dave Jensen, of Jensen Fly Fishing, offers some very useful tips about how to spot trout feeding on the surface. You’ll be a more effective dry-fly angler after you watch this one, and we know you’ll enjoy the amazing photography of trout feeding on the surface.
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4 thoughts on “Master Class Monday: How to Spot Rising Trout”
Well done. Very helpful.
I was fishing the Cumberland Tailwaters 3 weeks ago and saw multiple Trout feeding on Blue Winged Olives, it was amazing to see them rising and moving toward the boat!
Excellent! Lots of useful tips.
Great photos–watching fish rising makes my heart race! I watched fish rising like this for about 45 minutes on a large river in Montana (it was after dusk so I did not fish)–it was totally mesmerizing.