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Fly Fishing Stream Report May 2016

Taking a guided trip in the Shenandoah National Park and fishing for native brook trout can be very gratifying.
Taking a guided trip in the Shenandoah National Park and fishing for native brook trout can be very gratifying.

Fly Fishing Stream Report for May.  In the first part of this podcast Harry Murray discusses the wonderful dry fly fishing that you can find in May by covering the aquatic insect hatch throughout May, the best fly patterns to match each one and the effective tactics. In the second part Harry discusses the specific sections of the rivers which gives us good smallmouth action in May. He discusses the flies, leaders, and fly lines that help us in the different feeding stations as well as the most effective tactics in the different sections of the river.

Trout Flies discussed: ¬†Professor Dry, Light Cahill, Murray’s Little Yellow Stonefly Dry, Murray’s Yellow Drake Dry Fly, Murray’s Sulphur Dry, Shenk’s Sulphur

Bass Flies discussed: Murray’s Marauder, Shenk’s White Streamer, Murray’s Magnum HogSucker, Magnum Creek Chub, and Magnum Darter