11/24/12

Insects and other foods the trout should be eating:
Hatching:
1.    BWOs (Little and baetis BWOs)
2.    Little Yellow Quills
3.    Needle Stoneflies

Most available/ Other types of food:
4.    Sculpin, Minnows (Streamers)
5.    Craneflies




















Fly Fishing DVD - Part 9
When we released "Getting Started", we were just getting started releasing instructional fly fishing DVD. It
was our forth program release. This DVD may have been more appropriately entitled
"the encyclopedia of
fly fishing gear".
Its main purpose is to help anglers in choosing the right fly, fly line, fly rod, fly reel, leader,
tippet, etc. for their particular needs and requirements. It's the first step in getting started out in the right
direction for achieving success on any fly fishing excursion.

Fly fishing terminology can be very confusing to an angler that's just getting started. A huge number of
different designations for fly lines, fly rods, fly reels, leaders, and various types of flies can muddy the water
for a beginning angler to the point it can easily discourage them from getting started. This program eliminates
that confusion and explains the various designations and terminology used in fly fishing. It covers fly fishing
gear and equipment from the fly right down the line to the angler's wading boots.

Like the first two Fly Fishing DVD releases of programs that featured Angie and I, Getting Started includes
scenes from many different types of freshwater streams and lakes. It also includes some prime saltwater fly
fishing destinations throughout the nation.

Interactive DVD Menu:

Introduction
Fly Line:
Function
Designation
Tapers
Types
Color
Backing
Leaders and Tippets:
Purpose
Function
Fly Rods:
Purpose
Components
Descriptions
Materials
Selection
Fly Reels:
Function
Types
Drags
Materials
Selection
Copyright 2012 James Marsh
Click To See Content
Getting Started
Fly and Gear Storage
Waders
Wading Boots
Fly Fishing Vest & Packs
Accessories
Clothing
Flies:
Types of Flies
Fly Components
Fly Materials
Mayflies
Stoneflies
Caddisflies
Midges
Damselflies
Dragon Flies
Terrestrials
Crustaceans
Baitfish
Leeches
Salmon Flies