Video from Falcon’s Ledge: Utah Trout Tries To Get Away

Our friends at Orvis-Endorsed Fly-Fishing Lodge Falcon’s Ledge sent this video our way. Bryan Eldredge and Spencer Higa spent the day fishing a Utah stream during a stonefly hatch. This particular fish spit the hook, but that didn’t stop Spencer from landing it!

Check out the video above, and click here for the full story.

Bryan Eldredge’s size 4 Stimi chew toy does the job
Photo courtesy Falcon’s Ledge

3 thoughts on “Video from Falcon’s Ledge: Utah Trout Tries To Get Away”

  1. What should be obvious to everyone watching this video is that Spencer is a second-level black belt. The fish never had a chance.

  2. Hi Adam,
    Bryan was kind enough to send me over his recipe.
    Hook: #4-#6 TMC 200R or Orvis curved nymph hook
    Thread: UTC 140 Tan or Yellow
    Tail: Deer or Elk hair
    Rib: Ex-small or small gold wire
    Abdominal Hackle: Brown rooster (barbs slightly longer than hook gap)
    Body: Antron in yellow, black, tan, orange or lime green
    Underwing: Pearl and Root beer krystal flash
    Wing: Deer or Elk hair to match the tail
    Legs: Medium barred yellow and black barred rubber legs
    Thorax: Superfine dubbing in yellow, orange, lime green, or tan
    Thorax Hackle: Grizzly rooster (barbs slightly longer than hook.)

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