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Length: 55 min. plus
promos 25 min. Total
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Fly Fishing DVD -
Small Stream Brown Trout
The “Fly Fishing for Small Stream Brown
Trout” program was shot on small
streams located from the East to the
Western Rocky Mountains. It covers the
methods, techniques and strategies that
are used for catching brown trout in small
streams on the fly.  

Specific techniques for fishing caddisfly
hatches that will help improve any angler’
s catch are shown and described. The
“Mother’s Day” caddis hatch and the
“Little Sister” caddisfly hatches are
covered in detail. It  includes the flies to
use for the different stages of the hatch,
areas of the stream to fish, types of
presentations and much more.

Specific techniques for fishing mayfly
hatches are shown and described
including Pale Evening Duns, Pale
Morning Duns and other mayflies.

The program is hosted by Angie and
James Marsh. James has spent the last
three decades hosting and producing
instructional fishing videos.

It is a fact that most small freestone
streams usually have small fish including
brown trout. This is especially true of
mountain headwater streams. None of
them have a reputation for holding big
fish. However, what makes brown trout
big is food not necessarily the size of the
stream. The water chemistry of a stream
is what makes a big difference.

Even though small streams usually have
small fish, there can be an exception to
this when it comes to the brown trout.
Even though the majority of brown trout
found in small streams are usually small,
there always seems to be a few fish that
grow to a large size. However, the fact
that they are there certainly doesn’t mean
that you will catch them. Fly fishing for
brown trout can be challenging.
Subjects Included:
Reading Water
Fly Selections
Caddisfly Hatches
Mayfly Hatches
Dry Fly Fishing
Nymph Fishing
Gear Selection
Brown Trout Habitat
Fishing Methods
Length: 55 min. plus
promos 25 min. Total
of 1 hour, 80 min