Three Big-Streamer Tactics For Giant Fall Browns
You're not after just any trout. You want "the one," the biggest brown in the river. Here are three ways to get him. Illustration by Mike Sudal Creep and Sweep (above) Giant streamers shine for big browns holding tight to the bank. Situate yourself 25 to 35 feet off the far side, and cast directly across-stream tight to the edge. As soon as the fly lands, make a couple of big upstream mends. Once the fly has had time to sink, make three or four hard, fast strips. This gets the fly working…
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Autumn Emergers for trout and grayling - Fly Tying
Here are a few of my favorite Autumn emergers that I like to fish on ginger clear waters. These flies are tied with CDC and that helps me to provide the best presentation in front of the fish. Usually when we talk about grayling Autumn fishing we look for parts of the river where the Continue Reading
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Murray's Magic Caddis Pupa
These two pupa match the majority of the natural caddis in all trout streams. These naturals may live anywhere from the slowest back eddies to the heaviest riffles so cover each pool carefully by drifting these flies right along the stream bottom. My Bright Butt Leader with two SA Indicators spaced along it will help you detect strikes.