Fly Fishing in April Podcast by Harry Murray
Fly Fishing in April is one of my favorite times to get out and explore the trout fishing in the Shenandoah National Park. These small brook trout streams are beautiful and there are many aquatic insects that hatch on these streams now. By using flies that match the hatches you can have a wonderful day of fishing. Listen to my podcast to see what’s hatching or check out the hatch charts in my book Trout Fishing in the Shenandoah National Park.
Recommended Trout Flies: Mr. Rapidan Parachute Dry #14, Blue Quill Dry #16, Mr. Rapidan Soft Hackle Brown #14, Mr. Rapidan Olive Delta Wing Caddis #14, Murrays Olive Caddis Pupa #14
Fly Fishing for Bass in April
In the second part of this months fly fishing podcast I discuss some special tactics and flies that will help you catch many large bass from some special feeding areas that we now have. By using heavy weighted flies you can reach these areas and possibly catch your biggest bass of the season.
Recommended Bass Flies Murray’s Crayfish #6, Murray’s Tungsten Cone Head Marauder Olive #4, Murray’s Tungsten Cone Head Marauder Black #4
Since our fly casting workshops have been so popular I have formed two new dates. May 6 & May 20. These are two hour workshops that will help you get the basics of fly casting. More information…click here.
Murray’s Fly Shop
121 S. Main St.
P.O. Box 156
Edinburg VA 22824