Published Apr 30. 2019 - 1 year ago
Updated or edited Apr 30. 2019

Desert Buffet

Buffet Series Episode 4 - In the heat of the desert there's more to be found than scorpions and rattlesnakes. Experience bass fly fishing and underwater action for HUGE bluegill where the water meets the burning sand!

When you think of chasing bass, fly fishing isn't usually the first thing that comes to mind. However, Phil and I were able to implement subsurface tactics that made for some extremely fast fishing! Relax and warm up to the summertime vibes emitted from this film and get outside soon to find some bass for yourself!

Coming up, Episode 5 set to launch Tuesday May 14, 2019 - Either a beautiful ode to bull trout, or roosters down in Baja. Stay tuned to see what's next!

Whether your preference is chasing trout in a cold mountain stream, bonefish on a secluded flat, steelhead on the Olympic Peninsula, or large mouth bass in your favorite warm water pond, the Buffet Series has something for you!

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Inspired by Bass Fly Fishing By Todd Moen

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