Virginia Fly Fishing Report for Trout and Smallmouth Bass

Virginia Fly Fishing Report for Trout and Smallmouth Bass
Virginia Fly Fishing Report for Trout and Smallmouth Bass

Virginia Fly Fishing Report for Trout and Smallmouth Bass June 2013.  In the first part of this fly fishing report Harry Murray discusses the fishing on the remote head water streams in the Shenandoah National Park and the best flies to use such as Murray’s Fly BeetleMr. Rapidan Parachute, and Professor Dry.
The second part Harry discusses the large stocked trout streams such as Big Stoney Creek along with the flies he recommends: Murray’s Flying Beetle, Mr. Rapidan Delta Wing Caddis, Olive, and Shenk’s Cricket.

In the last part of Harry’s discussion he covers the underwater flies and topwater flies along with the tactics we are using to catch some of our largest bass of the season. These flies include the Olive MarauderMagnum Hog Sucker and Creek ChubShenandoah Blue Popper, and Shenandoah Chuggar Chartreuse.

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