One of the first keys to mastering trout fishing is knowing where to cast your flies. That means knowing in what parts of a river trout are likely to be holding. In this great video from the Orvis Fly Fishing Learning Center, Tom Rosenbauer discusses what you should look for when you approach a piece of moving water. He explains how to pick out those spots that trout choose to live in.
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5 thoughts on “Video Pro Tips: Where to Find Trout in a River”
What is that in the water about 2:47 – is that a…pickup truck? Great video btw.
Please add closed caption. I am deaf. I do fly fishing . I am in Utah
Hi Alan, Many of the videos have a transcript attached.
See here: https://howtoflyfish.orvis.com/video-lessons/chapter-eight-reading-water/399-what-to-look-for-first
I’ll talk to Tom about CC-ing future videos.
Phil. Nice to see your response to Alan. Once again you prove that Orvis is a responsible company in so many ways. All the best and keep up the great work with the newsletter.