Going Slow and Quiet

“One of the best things you can do is go slow,” Ratliff says. “Watch the river and don’t just march out there and start casting. Let the river and the fish tell you how to fish and where.”  Southwest Airlines pilot and avid fly fisher Kim Ratliff offers five tips for challenging trout, including going slow, wearing “quiet” clothing, and going to the banks when nothing else works.  Mike Leggett in the The Statesman.

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