Brown/brook trout

Casting Call
Casting Call
troutdude said:
The real trick, for me, was to go VERY SLOW. Then slow it down even more. Remember NO fly "swims" fast. Not even close. I often let it sit for a few seconds sometimes too. Then retrieve again. Variation seems best, on the retrieve. (SLOWER IS MORE IMPORTANT IN COLDER WEATHER)


The other secret is that I use a Torpedo Bobber. For greater casting distance. You can google it, if you're unfamiliar. And for greater visibility."
When you say VERY SLOW do mean the speed of the current? I have gone to the dark side and only fish center pin(ning). It's about as natural speed as you can get. Leech streamers work very well under a float BTW don't forget about the San Juan Worm, and the 16/ th oz white jig head worm very small for trout also imitates natural. use leech for the biggies. Tony
 
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