New Video! Master-Class Monday: “Sight-Nymphing Clear Mountain Rivers – Part 2”

Cutthroat Trout are often seen as easy fish to catch. But sometimes they need a little more love and attention in order to get them to eat our flies, and that often means going deep and nymphing. In this episode we look at clear & cold water conditions of late summer through fall and how to not just catch deep holding trout, but to pick them off sequentially through a technique known as sight-nymphing.

We look at another option of how to catch these trout naked nymphing in a form of point fly or point weight while naked nymphing.

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