Dave and Amelia from Jensen Fly Fishing have launched one other episode of their video collection “The Financial institution.” We’ve mentioned dead-drifting streamers earlier than, however right here, Dave explains how he fishes a three-streamer rig beneath an indicator at these instances when the trout aren’t prepared to commit totally to a stripped streamer.
Right here’s Dave Jensen’s description of the motion:
We joined Aaron Feltham, supervisor at Calgary’s Bow River Troutfitters, for a day on the Bow River in mid-September. After two months of upper, murky water resulting from persistent summer season storms, the river had cleared significantly and the unimaginable streamer fishing for bigger rainbows and browns had tapered off within the vivid solar. Hatches had been nearly non-existent. We had a selection of working small nymphs into possible riffles, pockets, troughs, and runs, or strive an outdated tactic we pull out when trout short-strike or swing shyly at streamers: indi-streamers. The video takes a have a look at the set-up of a triple streamer/leech system beneath an indicator, in addition to wanting on the totally different instances of 12 months and through which water varieties it’s most successfully fished.
The video is 16 and a half minutes lengthy, however it’s stuffed with helpful info.
Take a look at the earlier episodes in “The Financial institution” collection: