One of the most amazing elements for me in fly fishing is watching hatches. To truly appreciate fly fishing, one must learn to "match the hatch" ...But, in other times, finding the trout's "feeding rhythm" is duly as important...as I have learned in the recent weeks.
Here is a trailer of a summer film that Fly Fishing Frenzy is putting out soon...
HATCH - Fly Fishing DVD Trailer from Gin Clear Media on Vimeo.
A brown trout is sipping along the bank… it seems to come up every 14 seconds… fish rises, and you cast two seconds later… it often doesn’t matter if you make a perfect shot; that fish is not ready to eat. But then, fish comes up… you make your cast 12 seconds later… you find your fly in the right place, at the right time. Bingo.
Rhythm...go catch some!!