I love to fly fish for both fresh & saltwater fish species. There’s just something about hooking a trout, especially a rainbow trout on a fly from pristine waters.
Our good friend Larry Rencken recently had a chance to be guided on the famous Deschutes River, Oregon, USA. If you didn’t know, it’s famous for it’s redbone rainbows.
To protect the fish, anglers are only allowed to shore-fishing for them (you cannot fish for them from a drift boat). The river offers excellent dry fly fishing through the summer months, but as hatches start to diminish, a strike indicator fished over a nymph is one of the most reliable ways to hook-up.