Fishing Mountain Streams From Ian Rutter

Here's a great instructional video for those who might be looking to fish those tight mountain streams in TN or NC. This is how I learned how to trout fish: on skinny water with double nymph rigs and using a high stick nymphing technique. This technique has served me well just about everywhere else I have gone, and you will usually find me doing this or swinging streamers.

This video is put together by R&R Fly Fishing. If you are familiar with Ian and Charity Rutter, this is their shop. Visit http://www.randrflyfishing.com for more information about what they are doing over there in Townsend.

As a side note: this particular video talks about using easy to attach foam football floats, but I prefer Thingamabobbers.

I feel like the foam floats pop off way too easily, especially when you're roll casting.

Good luck and hope to see everyone on the water soon. JGR





2 comments:

  1. JGR
    Just watched the video and love to do the high sticking. It is one of my favorite ways to nymph fish. I just purchased a 9 ft. Streamflex to do more high sticking this summer. I joined up with your group and looking forward to more great post. Thanks for joining up with Fishing Through Life. Bill

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    1. No problem Bill. I like the blog and look forward to reading up on it.

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