Killer Brown Streamer - Tying Big Streamers For Large Trout. Streamer fishing for many years has taught me that even during a hatch the truly big fish do not come out to play. They are for the most part nocturnal and remain in their haunts until after dark. The trick is to swim a big meaty streamer through their lair so that they strike it if for no other reason than to get it out of their territory. Read more at http://rsmflyfishingreports.blogspot.com/2013/01/fishing-streamers-on-delaware.html and visit http://rsmflyfishing.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

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Killer Brown Streamer

Tying Big Streamers For Large Trout. Streamer fishing for many years has taught me that even during a hatch the truly big fish do not come out to play. They are for the most part nocturnal and remain in their haunts until after dark. The trick is to swim a big meaty streamer through their lair so that they strike it if for no other reason than to get it out of their territory.
Read more at http://rsmflyfishingreports.blogspot.com/2013/01/fishing-streamers-on-de... and visit http://rsmflyfishing.com

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