Skip to main content

Who Wouldn’t Want to Do Some Dry Fly Fishing in Idaho?

Dry fly fishing is a blast on a river when the trout are rising in Idaho.

The penultimate experience for a fly fishing enthusiast it to catch trout while dry fly fishing and the best time to do this is when you catch a new hatch of insects, which really gets the trout biting.

See the Hushin Hunt and Fish crew do some great stream fishing in Idaho in this short video.

Every fly fishing angler knows it is a rare treat when you can come onto a hatch and the trout are readily taking dry flies.

This last summer my wife and I had the great planning, opportunity, and some luck to get in on some excellent dry fly fishing in eastern Canada on a premier brook trout fishing river, and it was pretty much non-stop action.

As long as you can get fairly close to matching the insects the trout are feeding on and do a good presentation of the fly, they will smash it on a large percentage of your casts.

As you can see from this video there were no monster trout taken, but it does not matter because it looked like the Hushin crew enjoyed a great day of dry fly fishing.


you might also like

Who Wouldn’t Want to Do Some Dry Fly Fishing in Idaho?