STALKING APPALACHIAN TROUT: SMALL STREAM FLY-FISHING AT ITS FINEST!
Author: Chris Tobias
Publisher: James Marsh Productions, Mar 2012
Teaches you how to catch trout even under low, extremely clear water conditions. Learn everything you need to know in order to consistently catch trout on the fly. Detailed instructions include the most successful fishing methods, techniques & strategies. 51 min.
The Appalachian Mountains rise above the valleys of the eastern United States from Alabama all the way to southwestern Canada. The term "Appalachian" includes several different mountain regions within this range. In a broad sense this program applies to all the mountains in the range but more specifically to regions within the central and southern Appalachian Mountains. This includes areas as far north as Maryland and West Virginia and as far south as north Georgia. A substantial part of the mountains lie within the boundaries of national parks and national and state forest providing a huge number of cold water, freestone trout streams available for the public to fish.
Wild And Native Trout
The Trout's Vision
The Trout's Vision Under Water
The Trout's Vision Above The Water
How Light Affects The Trout's Vision
Speed of the Water Affects The Trout's Vision
Other Factors That Affects The Trout's Vision
Insects On The Surface Of The Water Outside
The Trout's Window Of Vision
All the trout caught in this presentation are either wild or native trout. None were stocked or came from a hatchery. Wild and native trout are very aggressive, lightning fast and much more fun to catch than stocked trout.