[Interview starts at 43:02.]
Todd Tanner is a long-lasting fly fisher and reporter who invested years as a guide on the Henrys Fork, among the very best (and hardest) dry-fly rivers on the planet. He likewise chooses not to fish nymphs. Todd shares his 12 ideas on enhancing your success with dry flies today, and they are strong and practical.
In the Fly Box, we have a terrific and differed choice of concerns and ideas from listeners, consisting of:
- I do not see any brook or brown trout in the normal locations this fall. Are they all upstream spawning?
- 2 fantastic ideas from a listener for starting fly tiers.
- Is a 10-foot 4-weight a great rod for both Euro nymphing and dry-fly fishing?
- A fantastic idea from a listener on how to avoid your dry fly from getting too soaked before obtaining it for the next cast.
- A listener makes the point that watershed-level stream remediation is frequently not possible.
- If my stream is equipped with rainbows, will I discover them in other parts of the river system and will they make it through?
- Can I utilize a less costly spindle of fluorocarbon spinning line rather of the pricey things cost fly fishing?
- If I utilize just the idea of a CDC plume, can I utilize the staying fibers for something else?
- Congratulations from a listener on a fantastic experience he had in the Orvis store in Atlanta.
- What type of pests are most typical in sterile streams?
- Exists a factor Orvis makes a 10 1/2 foot and 11-foot H3 rod and not a 10-footer?
- A fantastic rattlesnake story from a listener.
- I discovered an entire lot of trout increasing in a joint and attempted whatever however might not capture them. I attempted all sort of dries and nymphs and altered my tippet and my angle of method. What do you believe the fish were consuming?