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Fly Fishing Stillwaters for trophy Trout Book

Stillwater Fly Fishing For Trout: The Ultimate Guide To Catching More Trout In Lakes And Ponds - Plus Amazing Catching Tips, Tricks And Techniques!

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DVD-Fly Fishing Stillwaters for Trophy Trout-Rickards

To be successful fly fishing on Stillwater, you really need to develop a sixth sense for what is happening below the surface. To help me, I constantly imagine that a fish is following my fly and I truly expect a hit on each and every cast. Doing so, when I get a hit, I’m not surprised and i tend to not miss very many strikes.

To be successful fly fishing on Stillwater, you really need to develop a sixth sense for what is happening below the surface. To help me, I constantly imagine that a fish is following my fly and I truly expect a hit on each and every cast. Doing so, when I get a hit, I’m not surprised and i tend to not miss very many strikes.

Fly Fishing Stillwaters - Leland Fly Fishing Outfitters

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  • Chironomid Addict , Fly Fishing Stillwaters BC

    Denny has remarkable credentials when it comes to fishing trophy trout. Not only has he caught trout weighing over 20 pounds, but he has fished over 400 lakes in preparation for his work on this subject. He started his guiding and fishing career 30 years ago on Klamath Lake in Oregon and spends 250 days a year on the water. He is a co-owner of a production company and his stillwaters fly fishing schools and clinics take him to sights around the country and in Canada. Denny is a regular on the outdoors show circuit and his flies have received praises from outdoor magazines are also on display at Cushners Fly Fishing Museum. He has also hosted Fly Fish Magazine on OLN TV. He is also an author of books including Fly Fishing Stillwaters for Trophy Trout, Tying Stillwater Patterns for Trophy Trout, and Fly Fishing the West’s Best Trophy Lakes.

    Sinking lines are synonymous with fly fishing stillwaters as the majority of stillwater trout feed deep beneath the surface. These lines allow fly fishers to target trout at a variety of depths and successfully mimic the natural path of many prey items. Sinking lines offer an array of benefits including minimizing the negative effects of wind, the ability to cover water both horizontally and vertically and to target fish feeding at depths of 15 feet or more. This presentation explains how to choose sinking lines, understanding sink rates, when to use sinking lines as well as specific sinking line tricks and tactics. Techniques such as the “washing line”, count down, line marking, fishing the hang and much more will be discussed in detail. This program is a must for anyone wishing to add to their collection of stillwater tricks and tactics.