Bob Jacklin's 10-Pound Brown

Last Friday, West Yellowstone Fly Shop owner Bob Jacklin was demonstrating nymphing techniques for future viewers of a fly casting video when he hooked and landed a 10-pound brown trout on the Madison River. “‘I was doing a segment on the correct technique for nymph fishing with an indicator,’ Jacklin said. ‘I had a March Brown and a No. 14 Jacklin’s green rock worm caddis on. I cast right up into a small riffle. My indicator twitched, and I struck what felt like a really big fish.'” Of course Jacklin went fishless for the rest of the day except for two whitefish. Mark Henckel in the Billings Gazette. (Thanks to reader Drew Smith for this link.)

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