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Fly Fishing Tips

Fly Fishing Tips (Questions & Answers) Podcast by Harry Murray
September 2017

This months fly fishing tips podcast includes

  • tips on keeping your hands clean while out on the river all day
  • the benefits of using a Folstaff Wading Staff and when to use it
  • fly tying classes for beginners and also custom tying class for Harry Murray’s trout and bass patterns
  • fishing the Hexagenia hatch–when to fish it and what flies to use
    Mr. Rapidan SkaterMr. Rapidan Soft Hackle Olive
  • casting tips  (Fly Casting Class 101 this Saturday September 23 from 10a.m. to noon–outfits are provided)
  • designing flies for both bass and trout fishing
  •  importance of leaving the streams as you found it and not disturbing the rocks and natural habitat for the fish
Hexagenia Mayfly Hatch
The Hexagenia Mayfly hatch is the heaviest I’ve ever seen on the North Fork of the Shenandoah River this year and the fishing is great.

 

The Angler’s Friend – Folstaf Wading Staff

Harry Murray Folstaf Wading Staff Smallmouth Bass Fly Fishing Virginia
My Folstaf Wading Staff is neatly folded only inches away from my right hand where I can quickly grab it when I need it.

I never head into any stream without my Folstaf Wading Staff.  Many anglers readily see the safety advantages of using a Wading Staff when fishing deep water.  However, if you do slip and fall into water which is waist deep you get wet. But remember if you fall down in water which is ankle deep, you can easily break bones. I have tested many different styles of wading staffs, but I like my Folstaff Wading Staff best of all because it is very durable and dependable.

Watch out video on our Folstaff Wading Staff, https://vine.co/v/MOQHwvt0gAg

Harry Murray
Murray’s Fly Shop
121 South Main Street
PO Box 156
Edinburg, Virginia 22824
540-984-4212
Email: info@murraysflyshop.com
Website: www.murraysflyshop.com