When approaching a stream, keenly studying the current and structure of the water, including the ripples and eddies, along with bugs and debris, will net handsome rewards in your pursuit of the perfect catch. Trout can have an almost single-minded desire when looking for lunch! They can get locked onto a single stage of one insect and ignore all other flies completely. Taking time when approaching a stream, looking for what insects are hatching and how the trout are reacting can make all the difference for a good day on the water. Seeing those little sailboat-looking mayflies drifting down the current and disappearing in a lazy swirl is akin to a giant billboard shouting, “Hey, use this fly, dummy!”
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