Fly Fishing for Trout - We have articles to help anglers fishing anything from small mountain brooks to large river. Dry fly fishing or swinging streamers, terrestrials or tiny dry flies, check out the articles below.
Early Season Nymphing in Small StreamsRead the article
Tactics for Early Season Nymphing in Small Mountain Streams.
Mountain Trout FishingRead the article
Small high gradient streams define Mountain Trout Fishing. Learn how this type of fishing differs from the larger streams.
The Trico MayflyRead the article
Harry discusses how to fish the Trico Mayfly, one of his favorite hatches.
Virginia's Ten Best Flies for Bass and TroutRead the article
What are our favorite patterns throughout Virginia? Check out this article.
Early March Mountain Trout FishingRead the article
March in the mid-Atlantic can be fickle. Snow or 70 degrees. What does this mean for the Brook Trout?
Winter Trout FishingRead the article
Winter fishing typically means cold temperatures and sluggish fish. How do you approach these fish?
October Trout Fishing on Big Stony CreekRead the article
Big Stony Creek in Edinburg, VA provides some great fall fishing when the weather and stream levels cooperate.
Reading the Feeding Stations on Mountain Trout StreamsRead the article
Put the pools under a microscope. I bet you're missing, or spooking, a lot of fish.
Fly Fishing Virginia's Passage CreekRead the article
Passage Creek, a special regulation stream in Shenandoah County, VA. Managed as a delayed harvest stocked trout stream, offers great fishing from October until June.
The Mr. Rapidan Fly FamilyRead the article
As the inventor of the Mr. Rapidan, Harry Murray discusses this pattern and the entirety of this series of flies.
Fly Fishing Virginia's Stony CreeksRead the article
We discuss three Stony Creeks in the Old Dominion.
Trout Fishing Terrestrials on Spring CreeksRead the article
Picky spring creek trout feeding on the surface define the pinnacle of fly fishing for many anglers.