Muddin’ for Trout

The Flow - Fly Fishing Blog

Fishing in high, off-color water is a great way to learn more about the behaviors of trout and adds to being a more complete angler. Often anglers tend to steer away from fishing in conditions that do not appear to be ideal, sometimes this can be a very big mistake. High, off-color water from rain events can produce some of the best fishing conditions, especially for targeting trophy trout. I’ve never been a fair weather angler, this is most likely because I feel as though the best time to fish is whenever the opportunity is given. It is also because I found it very rewarding to learn to catch fish in water conditions that are deemed “unfishable” by a large majority of anglers. Since most anglers retreat from the streams under these conditions, it leaves the water wide open for those still willing to lace up their boots. . Frequently…

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