Robert and Jeff go trouting for Brookies on one of the thousands of untouched, high mountain streams of Western North Carolina. The same caddis fly imitation (seen in the video) provided us with upwards of 30 beautiful brookies, and about twice as many misses. If you can stay out of the trees, an accurate cast will be rewarded.
McCoy Spring Creeks is located near Dillon in Montana’s fabled Beaverhead Valley, renowned for its stunning vistas, including the towering Ruby, Blacktail, and Pioneer mountain ranges. With an extensive variety of stream habitats - long, meandering pools, deep holes, riffles, sluices, and structure - these waters present challenges worthy of the most dedicated trout anglers. They also offer opportunities for all of the classic fly fishing techniques, from dry flies to streamers and nymphs. Long beats and careful limits on guest numbers guarantee privacy and a world-class angling adventure.