Written by: William G. Tapply It pays to scot a pocket-water section before you fish it, to plan your approach.Photo by Sandy Hays Pocket-water rivers come in all sizes and shapes. Many classic trout streams alternate long, slow pools and rushing pocket water. Hallowed eastern rivers such as the Bat...
Here's the second part of Bill Tapply's discussion of pocket-water tactics. Great info that should help you catch more trout!
This is great stuff. I grew up reading his monthly columns, including "Tap's Tips."
Adding a splash of color to this classic nymph can produce big dividends, especially in fall and winter. Check out this great how-to tying video from Tightline Productions.
Day 11: Flying ants on the Battenkill this morning. #20sepdays