Fly Fishing Methods – Late Winter Season/ Pre-Runoff – Nymphing & Banner Fishing – Checking Out Water and Methods
Fly fishing in March/ April on the North Fork Coeur d’Alene and St. Joe Rivers can be some fantastic fishing if you understand what to search for and how to fish them. In this 2 part series we cover some fundamentals for “pre-runoff” fly fishing on these North Idaho streams when walk & wade fishing.
The subjects that I go over in this video consist of:
– walk/wade fishing back eddies with nymphs/streamers
– fishing “soft” water along the bank
– casting idea for handling steep/brushy banks.
When water levels increase in the spring, do not let walk/wade fishing these rivers terrify you. The majority of the time the fish are tight to the bank and you do not even need to get in the water.
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