Lake Troll - Trolling with big, flashy and colorful fly patterns can be a very productive way to cover a wide variety of stillwater structure areas. Calvin Fuller's Lake Troll fly is very effective in creating movement in the water by using big materials and bold flashy colors to gain the attraction of lake trout and even other lake dwelling fish species. Designed to mimic small kokanee salmon, this fly is very popular in Lake Pend Oreille in Idaho and Kootenay Lake in Southern British Columbia just north of the Idaho border. Finding the right depth and speed while trolling flys with a full sinking fly line just might be more production than any other trolling you have ever done. Tie some of these up, or put your own creative twist to this fly and get out and start trolling your favorite stillwaters. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

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Trolling with big, flashy and colorful fly patterns can be a very productive way to cover a wide variety of stillwater structure areas. Calvin Fuller's Lake Troll fly is very effective in creating movement in the water by using big materials and bold flashy colors to gain the attraction of lake trout and even other lake dwelling fish species. Designed to mimic small kokanee salmon, this fly is very popular in Lake Pend Oreille in Idaho and Kootenay Lake in Southern British Columbia just north of the Idaho border. Finding the right depth and speed while trolling flys with a full sinking fly line just might be more production than any other trolling you have ever done. Tie some of these up, or put your own creative twist to this fly and get out and start trolling your favorite stillwaters.
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