Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Over the past several years, I have written separately about the four seasons of fly fishing for trout. Done in this manner, I think it’s difficult to convey the many changes that occur during the transition from one season to another. With this piece, I will focus on the transitions. It […]
Posts in category Fly Fishing Strategies
Many of our articles may be found in the category “fly fishing strategies”. They include such topics as finding good trout streams, reading the water, presentation of flies, looking for big fish, playing and landing big fish, fishing the four seasons, and handling adverse conditions.
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Although I have previously written in more detail about many of the topics below, it seems that most fly fishers prefer their information drilled down to a short list of tips, not to exceed ten. Perhaps on another occasion I’ll explore the implications of that. But for now, I’ll venture into […]
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Fly Fishing Tricos – a Great Summer Hatch Fly fishers who live near a stream boasting tricos are indeed fortunate. The trico hatch is the longest lasting mayfly hatch, and one of the longest lasting hatches of any of the aquatic insects. They begin to hatch in early-summer, and continue to […]
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn It’s my observation that the average fly fisher does not understand and utilize the varied opportunities to fish emergers. Emergers are an important part of a trout’s diet, especially for large trout reluctant to come to the water’s surface. Their presence heralds the onset of a hatch, and they continue to be […]