June Bass Fly Special
The Shenandoah Slider has a long slim tapered body and a pointed nose. I have great success with this in water 2-3 feet deep over cobblestone stream bottoms along the banks below heavily shaded trees. A gentle teasing action in these areas often produces one bass after another.
The Shenandoah Chugger has a fat body and a deeply cupped face. This type bug-construction enables us to produce a loud racket when it is stripped firmly with your line hand. This will regularly bring solid strikes from bass lying in 5 feet deep water beneath undercut banks and below log jams.
The Shenandoah Popper has a long gradually tapered body and a flat upsloping face. This bug overlaps some of the qualities of both the Slider and the Chugger. This is effective when fish along the aquatic grass beds that circle the ledges in the middle of the river and along the grass beds close to the banks. Frequently you can catch many bass when you see them chasing minnows along the shallow bank grass beds. It is also effective in the shallow pool tails by casting it upstream and swimming it back downstream just slightly faster than the current is pushing it.
Special includes 2 of each
* Shenandoah Slider size 6
* Shenandoah Chartreuse Chugger size 6
* Shenandoah Blue Popper size 6