Casting Approach to Dry Fly Tactics in Tight Brush
isn't just about fly fishing small, brushy streams; it's
about techniques that can help you cast into difficult places.
Trout can be in the most inaccessible areas - it's their
protection from man, animal, and bird. Wherever you fish -
from Maine to Georgia, in the mountains of the
Appalachians, or the alder and tree-lined banks of the
midwestern rivers, or the brushy willow and ever-green-lined
streams of the Rockies, or the Sierras - there are casting
challenges, limbs to go under and limited space from which to cast.
Review this Casting Approach to Dry Fly Tactics in Tight Brush
often and accept the challenge of the
brush. It will make you a better fly fisher, and add to
your fishing enjoyment. And if you can master Casting Approach to Dry Fly Tactics in Tight Brush
, you can cast anywhere.
Run Time: 60 mins
About Joe Humphreys: "Joe is the author two highly acclaimed books, Joe Humphreys Trout Tactics
the Trout Stream with Joe Humphreys
, along with many articles published in regional and
national periodicals. He has hosted a nationally broadcasted fly-fishing
series, Fly Fishing Journal, on ESPN. He is featured on three fly fishing
videos (The Fly Fishing Series), and has produced and is featured in four highly
successful videos entitled, A Casting Approach to Nymphing Tactics
Casting Approach to Dryfly Tactics in the Brush
, The Night Game, and A Casting Approach to Flyfishing to Catch Fish, Not Just to Cast
Mr. Humphreys taught fly-fishing for more than forty years, including
directing Penn State University's angling program for nineteen years. Some
high-profile pupils include former President Jimmy Carter, former Vice
President Dick Cheney, and basketball coach Bobby Knight."
--Penn State Website