Virginia Fly Fishing Stream Report – March 2015 – Murray’s Fly Shop

Virginia Fly Fishing Stream Report
March 2015 – Murray’s Fly Shop

William Downey (102 years old) has enjoyed the trout fishing in the Shenandoah National Park since before WWII.

William Downey (102 years old) has enjoyed the native brook trout fishing in the Shenandoah National Park, since “before the war” in his words. (That would be WWII)

In the first part of this Virginia fly fishing stream report Harry Murray discusses the effective flies and tactics for fishing streamers below the riffles on our stocked trout streams.  (Hot Fly–Murray’s Marauder in Black or Pearl size 10)

The second part of this fly fishing report covers the sections of the streams and locations along with the best flies and tactics to use when fishing the Mountain Trout Streams in the Shenandoah National Park and George Washington National Forest. (Hot Fly–Mr. Rapidan Parachute Dry size 14, Mr. Rapidan Soft Hackle Olive size 12)  For more information on the Shenandoah National Park Streams check out the book Trout Fishing in the Shenandoah National Park.

The last segment of this podcast fly fishing stream report covers the locations in the local rivers where the bass feed under the present conditions along with the best flies and effective tactics.  (Hot Fly–Magnum Creek Chub size 4 and Magnum HogSucker size 4)

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