Tag: Jensen Fly Fishing

Fly Fishing BIG BROWN TROUT & RAINBOW TROUT in back channels and back waters

Big trout rivers are best broken down to their smallest components. And one of the most obvious feature of big rivers is the side channels, back waters, braids and other bits of water that big brown and rainbow trout reside in.

​Fly Fishing BIG BROWN TROUT & RAINBOW TROUT in back channels and back waters. Part 1 Big trout rivers are best broken down to their smallest components. And one of the most obvious feature of big rivers is the side channels, back waters, braids and other bits of water that big brown and rainbow trout […]

Jensen Fly Fishing: Dry Fly Fishing During A Mayfly Hatch

Mayfly hatches occur in many different types of water.

Mayfly hatches occur in many different types of water. Long, featureless gravel runs can come alive with rising trout during mayfly hatches. The key is to recognize the subtle seams, the trout holding lies where good trout can station to feed on mayfly emergers, cripple duns and mayfly duns. Once you break down seemingly featureless […]

Fly Fishing Spring Creek Epic – HUGE BROWN TROUT in gin-clear water

Fly fishing spring creeks can often be challenging for far more reasons than many streams.

​Fly fishing spring creeks can often be challenging for far more reasons than many streams. Spring creeks are gin-clear, weed laden, with tiny insects and wary, unforgiving, big brown trout. And these brown trout in this spring creek on this day presented a serious challenge. We stuck to it and connected with some seriously gorgeous, […]

“RISE ART” – An Artistic Feature Video of our Favorite Rising Trout

Our wonderful announcement and share of our new production available at our website: "RISE ART" www.jensenflyfishing.com to order this On-Demand production.

Our wonderful announcement and share of our new production available at our website: “RISE ART” www.jensenflyfishing.com to order this On-Demand production.     Subscribe for all our great videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/jensenflyfishing Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/accounts/login/?next=/jensenflyfishing/ On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JensenFlyFishing/ @The Orvis Company @tightlinevideo @The New Fly Fisher #orvisflyfishing #trout #troutfishing #troutstreams #flyfishingtips #flyfishingtactics   Also look […]

Jensen Fly Fishing: How To Do a Raised, Cross-Body Reach Cast

Fly fishing has its challenging moments and situations. Bushy streams, trees, rocks, boulders, log jams or even the back seat of a drift boat can leave you needing to do a raised, cross-body reach cast to deliver your fly. Let's have a look.

Fly fishing has its challenging moments and situations. Bushy streams, trees, rocks, boulders, log jams or even the back seat of a drift boat can leave you needing to do a raised, cross-body reach cast to deliver your fly. Let’s have a look.   Subscribe for all our great videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/jensenflyfishing Follow us on Instagram: […]

Cutthroat Trout Fun – at Peak Summer Pressure Fly Fishing Tactics

Fly fishing for cutthroat trout in the open waters of the high country. Except 2020 wasn't all that "open".

Fly fishing for cutthroat trout in the open waters of the high country. Except 2020 wasn’t all that “open”. It was a busy summer with people crawling over the back country. This video shares our expedition to the back country – pushed an hour bike ride up valley to find space and a bit of […]

How to Streamer Fish A Gravel Shelf on a Small Trout Stream

Gravel shelves hold trout, it's a rule.

Gravel shelves hold trout, it’s a rule. The bigger the gravel and more prevalent the rock in the gravel shelf the more likely a trout will be present, but the angle of the shelf cuts current and provides habitat for trout to nose into out of the main current. We’ve covered nymphing this feature previously […]

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