No Signs Here - 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. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

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No Signs Here

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.
Originator: 
Robert Gibbes
Submitter: 
Martin Joergensen
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From: Riis · gotisk·at·hotmail.com  Link
Submitted April 19th 2012

Hmmm! Fish in that size are vulnerable and an integral part of an isolated environment. There's no fight and they are too small to eat, so fly fishing on them seems pretty thoughtless. Leave the fish alone, use these woods for hiking and go fish some bass instead.



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