Small Stream Rainbow Trout

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Product Type: DVD

Product SKU: BAY2635

Runtime: 155 min.

Fly Fishing for rainbow trout is fun. Most presentation are wild fish. Wild fish, whether native or from previously planted stocked trout, are much more fun but also more difficult to catch than stocked trout. Wild rainbow trout share the streams they live in with...


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Fly Fishing for rainbow trout is fun. Most presentation are wild fish. Wild fish, 
whether native or from previously planted stocked trout, are much more fun but also more difficult to catch than stocked trout. Wild rainbow trout share the streams they live in with all kinds of predators. They spook easily and swim for the nearest cover at the slightest hind of a predator, including man. If you make one wrong move, they will not fall for your fake fly any time soon.

The “Fly Fishing for Small Stream Rainbow Trout” DVD is one of a series of 
presentations that shows the fun and 
pleasures of fly-fishing small streams. This program contains scenes from several blue-ribbon streams located throughout the United States from East, Midwest and Western states.  Some of the streams are so small you can jump across them in places.

It is a fact that most small streams usually have small fish. The average size of a wild rainbow trout found in the Eastern and Mid-western small freestone streams is probably only six to eight inches. A twelve-inch long trout would be a good one. In the Western United States, rainbows probably average a little larger, but again, a twelve-inch inch long trout would be an excellent catch for a small stream wild trout. Notice we said “average”. Rainbows can grow to much larger sizes and there are always those lurkers that can occasionally be found. If you watched our “top 85 tips on fly fishing program, you witnessed an 18 inch rainbow caught from Colorado’s White River, which is a relatively small stream. 
Introduction
Fly Rod Selection
Fly Line & Tippet Selection
Choosing the Right Fly
Presentations
Strategies
Rainbow Habitat
Methods
Dropper Rigs
Nymph Fishing
Dry Fly Fishing
Terrestrials
Caddisfly Hatches
Stonefly Hatches
Mayfly Hatches

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