I am standing in midstream, watching trout rising upstream from me and trying to decide which trout I should cast to first without spooking the others. Executing my cast to the trout I had selected, he was quickly hooked and landed with very little disturbance. Watching the other trout and the water, I noticed afair hatch of insects starting to emerge. Now I’m seeing other trout rising to the left, right, and downstream.
Clark Colman explains how to find and catch a hungry but wary coarse fish on fly gear throughout the season.
When you go fly fishing on large rivers, it’s really easy to get lost in the vastness of the streams.
The flats that I am speaking of are on the South Fork of the Snake River, Idaho.
10 important facts for streamer fishing for a marble trout.
Jeremy Lucas writes about current developments in river fishing for trouts.
The last 8 years has seen my emphasis shift towards large, wild river trout...