Fly Fishing Idaho's Big Wood River in March [Episode #45]

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This episode shows us fly fishing for trout, using nymphs and streamers to catch and release gorgeous Rainbows and Browns. It is a cold but clear and sunny March day in a winter with lots of snow as can be seen from the banks of snow next to the river. We start the day with nymphs like a black Pat's Rubber Legs and a small red Midge pupae pattern. Those nymphs work most of the day, but we also start using, in the afternoon, an olive Wooly bugger with a gold bead head which does very well throughout the rest of the day as well. We get flies and advice from the local Picabo Angler (http://www.picaboangler.net/) in Picabo, Idaho.

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