Published Jun 14. 2013 - 5 years ago
Updated or edited Jun 14. 2013

ChasingWaters - Dry Run

Todays episode of Chasing Waters features Dry Run Creek which is adjacent to the Norfork National Fish Hatchery and receives the rich hatchery outfall. This small stream has been designated a fish-for-fun fishery. The stream is absolutely teaming with rainbow and brown trout and also has some brook and cutthroats. Only kids under 16 and handicapped (100 % disable) may fish here. Only barb-less single-hook artificials may be used. All trout must be released immediately. Today the Chasing Waters "Jr. Staff" Get's Bent on The Fly!
To book a trip to Dry Run, order the materials used in the red headed stranger, or buy toad fly and chasing waters gear go to http://thetoadfly.com

Submitter: 
Martin Joergensen

Comments

Great video. Fishin...

Great video. Fishing is fun. Catching is better. But creating memories is awesome. My son and I are learning to fish together. Tomorrow, Fathers Day, we will walk a stream together for the first time. As a single parent I treasure memories. Thanks for the inspiration.

Happy Fathers Day to all.
Dave

Thank you for Sharin...

Thank you for Sharing our Video. Glad you enjoyed it. Be sure to keep up with the progress of the project. Our show "Chasing Waters" will be airing on the Pursuit Channel in Jan 2014. Thanks Again, Tim

Nice video!!!!!! Ver...

Nice video!!!!!! Very exiting to listen the children about the experiences of learn fly fishing, very well!! Congratulations for this project!!!! Ernesto

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