This series provides the answers to catching trout on large rivers consistently and safely, and how to laugh while doing it! The mysteries of catching trout on large Western rivers are unlocked. Each video looks into the secrets of a different season: winter, spring, summer and fall. Find out where trout hold in large rivers, what they eat, and how to present your flies to catch them. Also learn about wading safety, fishing etiquette and much more. VHS or DVD, 60 min.
Large Western rivers provide some of the greatest trout fishing opportunities in the world. For the thousands of fly fishers who grew-up fishing small streams or lakes, however, catching fish on large rivers can be mysterious and even risky.
In this series of videos the mysteries of catching trout on large Western rivers are unlockedBesides being instructional, these videos are designed to be entertaining. We fish fun, and Rick and John make learning to fish fun as well. A lot of laughter went into making these videos, and viewers will laugh also while they learn how easy it is to catch fish on large Western rivers.
ABOUT YOUR HOSTS
Rick Hafele is well known as the instructor in the video Anatomy of a Trout Stream, author of several acclaimed fly fishing books, and entomology columnist for American Angler magazine for over 20 years. John Smeraglio owns the Deschutes Canyon Fly Shop in Maupin, Oregon, and has guided for over 20 years on the Deschutes River, a premier large Western river. Rick and John combine over 50 years of professional fly fishing experience to instruct viewers in techniques that unlock the mysteries of large Western rivers that will help anyone – novice to the most experienced angler – catch fish on them.