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Here we are at the end of Season 6 — the Troutbitten Winter Skills Series. This is episode 8 of the series, and I’m here with a full crew of friends to wrap things up, to hear some stories and dig into a few more tips for fly fishing in the winter months.
This is a great conversation with my best fishing friends. And this discussion is a nice endcap on a full season dedicated to fly fishing in the winter months.
We Cover the Following
- More streamer tips
- Access issues
- Winter preparation
- More nymphing tips
- Dry fly expectations
- This winter vs other winters
- . . . and more
READ: Troutbitten | Category | Fly Fishing in the Winter
READ: Troutbitten | Winter Fly Fishing — Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes
READ: Troutbitten | Fly Fishing in the Winter — Ice In the Guides
READ: Troutbitten | Fly Fishing in the Winter — Something Is Always Gonna Hurt
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T R O U T B I T T E N
Fantastic as usual. Very informative and incredibly entertaining. Thank you for your creativity and sharing your friends and their stories with us. Well done.
Great show, as always. Can you provide link to research on food forms eaten through winter. Would love to study more of the biology. Cheers and thanks, Toney
here is the link to the PDF of the study done on winter trout feeding habits.