Larger fish will certainly eat dry flies and nymphs. But how do you go about catching the largest fish in any river? Big, meaty, streamers.
There are differences between chucking articulated flies against the bank of a roaring tailwater and fishing a streamer in a small creek. There are also differences between dapping tiny attractor patterns and fishing a streamer in a small creek. The rod, flies, and approach have to all be significantly altered from what you’re used to.
Here are five things you ought to consider if you want to get into the pool bosses of your local, small stream – including my favorite presentation.
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Episode Recommendation: On the Trout Stream with Joe Humphreys