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This video demonstrates how stack mending is an effective way to get a clean drift. A stack mend greatly increases the quality of your drift as it allows our flies to float naturally immediately after casting. This is a great technique to master and you will see your catch rate go up due to cleaner, more natural drifts.
This video demonstrates how to do a reach cast. A reach cast is used to position your line upstream so your flies are presented naturally as soon as they hit the water.Gear:Thomas & Thomas-907-4Nautilus X-XLScientific Anglers- Mastery Redfish Cold-8
This video demonstrates how to perform a false cast. This video breaks down the fundamentals and shows the most common mistakes associated with people learning how to perform this cast. The false cast is the most widely known and used cast in the sport of fly fishing. Gear: Hardy Zephrus- 904-4 Ross Evolution-4 Scientific Angler-Amplitude MPX
Spring fishing on the Yakima River can be some of the best fishing you can experience and the very next day be your worst. I have always told my clients that Spring fishing is day to day and while we experience a lot of inconsistency there is a general pattern we follow. As guides, we are studying the river…
The Hardy Zephrus is by far my favorite rod to throw dries with. It is one of the lightest fly rods on the market and paired with the Ross Evolution LTX makes it one of the lightest fly combos you can buy. Both rod and reel won awards for being the lightest on the market a few years ago….