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ORVIS: How to Fish a Nymph Off a Gravel Shelf

The drop-off from a gravel shelf into a pool is a great place to find trout when water levels rise.

The drop-off from a gravel shelf into a pool is a great place to find trout when water levels rise. In this great episode of “Master Class Monday,” Dave Jensen walks you his processes for rigging, casting, and presenting flies in these situations. Pay specific attention to his mending advice.     https://www.orvis.com/ https://www.orvis.com/fly-fishing http://flyfishalberta.com/jensenflyfishing/ […]

ORVIS: How to Fish a Corner Pool, Part I

In this great video from Jensen Fly Fishing, Dave explains how to fish the pool below a sharp bend in a river.

In this great video from Jensen Fly Fishing, Dave explains how to fish the pool below a sharp bend in a river. As usual, he’s got all bases covered, as he discusses casting, mending, and rod position. As Dave says, “The best mend is made with your feet.”     https://www.orvis.com/fly-fishing https://news.orvis.com/fly-fishing http://flyfishalberta.com/jensenflyfishing/   Also […]

ORVIS PRO WADER: Fabric and Construction

What makes the Orvis PRO Wader so comfortable and durable? It's a combination of high-tech fabrics, layering, and seam construction.

What makes the Orvis PRO Wader so comfortable and durable? It’s a combination of high-tech fabrics, layering, and seam construction.     https://www.orvis.com/fly-fishing-pro-collection https://www.orvis.com/   Also look at: http://flyfishing-blog.com/flyfishing-blog.com/2020/08/11/orvis-how-to-fish-woolly-buggers-in-rivers-part-iii/ http://flyfishing-blog.com/flyfishing-blog.com/2020/08/04/orvis-how-to-fish-woolly-buggers-in-rivers-part-ii-the-dead-drift/ http://flyfishing-blog.com/flyfishing-blog.com/2020/08/02/orvis-how-to-fish-woolly-buggers-in-rivers-part-i/

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