Fly Fishing’s One and Only Thursday Throwback

| March 2, 2017 | 0 Comments

Welcome to the Fly Fishing Thursday Throwback.

This is a day, if the fish are hiding, that we look back through the archives for past stories of scaly substance. It also throws back videos that may be important to today’s, or this season’s, fly fishing adventures. That is the case for this Throwback.

I encountered a fly fisher last week, during the hybrid bass run nearby (he read about it here), and he was curious about how I was working current as we casted directly across from each other. I had been thinking about doing a new video on how to fly fish for hybrids by swinging on a dead drift, but for now –

LET’S HAVE A LOOK AT HOW TO FLY FISH MULTIPLE CURRENTS DURING SPRING CREEK AND RIVER FLOODS.

This video is not exactly like the fly fishing drift technique I was using further upstream the other day, but it does lay the groundwork for a single current dead drift video to come during the next big water release. It is an absolutely deadly technique, but requires a fly fisher to practice doing something he/she may not be used to doing – NOTHING! by just letting the fly drift into the feeding zones.

Thanks for watching. Ask questions, and I’ll see you on the water very soon!

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Category: Backcasting, Casting, On The Water, TECHNICAL, Technique

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