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VIDEO: Fishing Muddy Water Can Land You a Lunker

You’d never think fly fishing muddy water would be fruitful, right?

In this video you’ll learn that fly fishing muddy water can be great, if done properly. Learn how and when to fish these conditions for the maximum ripping of lips.

When fly fishing muddy water there are two things to remember: fish right after the storm and use dark-colored flies. When picking a spot to fish, start from the banks and slowly move further into the faster current. The rain will cause the current to pick up, so what were good fishing holes may have moved.

In case you were wondering, in this video he’s using a Maxxon Stonefly outfit with a 4-weight, 8.5-foot rod.

This angler was able to catch both rainbow trout and brown trout by fly fishing the muddy water. See what you can do next time it rains.

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VIDEO: Fishing Muddy Water Can Land You a Lunker