Spey Casting on Idaho's Clearwater

In a story about a Missouri River guide’s first spey casting experience, Clearwater River guide Jeff Jarrett gives some simple but sage advice about steelheading: “… stick with the basics. Fish in water that is 2 feet to 8 feet deep and flowing at about walking speed. Fish close to the bank rather than trying to cast into the middle of the river. Look for underwater structure, such as boulders, drop-offs and rocky points where steelhead like to rest.” Story Roger Phillips in the Idaho Statesman.

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